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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by chnzshyguy, Sep 1, 2010.

  1. chnzshyguy

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    For a divx video, the audio is out of sync in both Meridian and the default video player. Does anyone else experience this? Is there a fix?
     

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    Same here, uploaded 3 diff videos all out of sync.
     
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    use RockPlayer? i havent had sync problems and i watch divx on my moment allt he time.
     
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    Still getting sync issues even if I use RockPlayer... Anyone know any players that let you tune the audio delay? I used to use TCPlayer on WinMo.
     
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    really? every avi movie i put on mine plays perfect... brrip's look amazing
     
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    My videos look perfect, but the audio is out of sync. The audio usually comes after the video. It doesn't matter what player I use.
     
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    This is more likely the fault of your video rips. I've run a bunch on my phone and have had 2 hour movies stay in sync the entire time and have a couple that start to get noticably out of sync just a few minutes into the video. I've had similar experiences watching videos on the computer.

    You might try vPlayer as it seems the best out of the Android video players I've tried, but if every video player you try does the same thing, maybe it's time to start thinking the problem lies in the video, instead?
     
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    thats weird... is it a avi file or did u convert it to something else

    if your ripping the dvd your self it could be a setting...


    i put the files on my phone as is.. they range from 700mb - 2gigs a movie
     

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