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Sound and video out of sync

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by GuitarDemon, Apr 28, 2010.

  1. GuitarDemon

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    Hi everyone. I've seen a thread which covers this topic - but I've started a new one, as the question is slightly different..... I've just downloaded the Act 1 video player (demo) from the Android Market to see if the sound and video are out of sync when using this media player - and they're not. The video plays perfectly. The downside is that to play more than 2 minutes, I have to buy the app - even though it's not a lot of money ($1.79), that's beside the point! I see that many people with this sync fault have reported it to HTC, but we're all waiting for a firmware update to resolve it. I think giving this app for free would resolve most people's issues!
     

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  2. staz1000

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    From what I can tell sync problems are normally related to the encoding method of the file. It'd be nice if the phone played them all perfectly but I use Mp4forHD and I don't have any problems.
     
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  3. oggietomas

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    May I ask you what settings do you use for Mp4forHD :)
     
  4. staz1000

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    Profile: HD and that's about it in terms of settings isn't it? lol
     
  5. oggietomas

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    Sorry :D Have not tried it yet, just installing ;) Have used DvdFab and it works perfectly, but will try Mp4forHD to see what sort of result it gives as well.
     
  6. staz1000

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    I see! Well it's a very basic bit of software but I think it was originally written for HTC phones at 800x480px. The previous version was called Mp4HtcHD.
     
  7. oggietomas

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    Just tried it but no good, its croped and out of sync. Will fiddle with HD profile (higher quality and better audio rate). Will post back :)
     
  8. staz1000

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    :thinking: I have only converted a few things but they've been perfect. It will crop things to the right size for the screen. Not really a problem for 16x9 but it is if you're doing 4/3.
     
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