Hey, I think I might have talked about this problem before. But it is needed anew. I can't convert my WAVs into ANYTHING! At the basic level, I try to use Winamp's disk writer, I set the options and go. This is actually the only thing that works. However, the resulting MP3 is either playing to fast or to slow. It doesn't encode right or something. So next I try to use LAME in Audacity, exports 0bit files no matter what options I set. If not a 0bit file, it throws an error instead. Next I try to download an encoding program, found this one called "BonkEnc" which is freeware and looked pretty nice. It supports (after install) OGG, MP3, FAAC, and FLAC. NONE work, not even it's native WAV or BONK encode. Either I get an obscure error, a tiny file that doesn't even squeek when played, or it goes "through" the process but creates no file, and gives no error. None of it's methods encoded my WAV. I also download the stand-alone FLAC encoder, no beans. I don't understand why no program is able to encode my WAVs, it's really upsettings. For reference, my source file is a WAV created with bit rate 705kbps, 16bit, mono, 44kHz, PCM. I guess the logical question is, is there something wrong with the original bitrates or quality, preventing converters from working right? Should I change bit rate or kHz? I do want to record at high quality, obviously. So I don't want to lower the quality of my WAVs to much. Any ideas? Thanks.