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Wannabe Geek

# 77238 12-Feb-2011 21:57
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hi everyone...
i'm having a few issues with sync issues  downloading Hd clips of youtube.
 im running win 7 and using firefox and its downloader add on.
System is a core 2 e4300 2 gigs of ram and a samsung f3 1tb drive....

some of the h263/720p downloads have the audio and video about 250ms out of sync....

could this possibly be because they were downloaded a few at a time? should i only download ONE file at a time? any suggestions on how to get the audio back in sync permanently on these files.

if i use the sync adjust in audio options it adjusts the playing of all the files which isnt optimal as only a few are effected.

i heard there may be a fault with the firefox addon thats supposed to fixed with a new 1.3 release soon?? could this be causing the problem?

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  # 438972 13-Feb-2011 20:20
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What container are the files in once they are downloaded,e.g .mkv, .mp4? What are you using to play the files? Use graph studio to "connect to remote graph" and see what splitter/codecs are being used while playing the file.

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