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#19523 20-Feb-2008 14:39
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I posted about this in The Ultimate New Zealand DTT (DVB-T) Summary/Guide, but is kinda off topic there.

The video is running about 3-4 seconds ahead of the video.
It only seems to be affecting tv2
TV1, TV3, tvnz6, maori channel, c4 and parliment tv are all in sync just tv2 is not.

Any ideas?

Specs:
dvbviewer 3.9.2. with mce2005 plugin.

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  #111857 20-Feb-2008 14:43
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mentalinc:The video is running about 3-4 seconds ahead of the video.


Do you mean the audio is out of sync with the video?

It sounds like a codec issue, what codec are you using the the audio decoding?

Is this the actual TV2 channel or TVNZ7 that is currently running the SD feed of TV2?

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  #111862 20-Feb-2008 15:06
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Actual tv2

my DirectX Settings
http://www.flickr.com/photos/23881187@N05/2277943139/

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  #111866 20-Feb-2008 15:29
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Have you tried VMR9 instead of EVR for the renderer?

What type of video card are you using?

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  #111868 20-Feb-2008 15:41
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Same thing tv2 out of sync eveything else is fine

I have an 8800GT 512MB drivers are 173.65


EDIT:
I havn't change anything seems to be working fine now. However it doesnt seem to be live anymore. Home improvment reruns.




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