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Topic # 43238 19-Oct-2009 09:23
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Hi all,

I get a delay in displaying the subtitles on DVB-T, approx 5-8 sec !!
The subtitles on TV2 are Ok, the delay is only on TV ONE. It has been like this for over two weeks now, does anyone have the same problem? It happened last year as well, if I remember corectly, and at a certain point it came back in sync.

The recorded shows have the subtitle displayed with the same delay as well (TV ONE only).

Can it be from my side? Did I accidentally press anything on the remote? I tried everything and I checked all the settings, I do not know what else to look for...

Any ideas will be highly appreciated.




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  Reply # 264991 19-Oct-2009 09:55
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I think you let the most important bits of information behind... Is this a HTPC? If yes is this Media Center or other software? Or is this a Freeview|HD box? If so, which model?





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  Reply # 265004 19-Oct-2009 10:57
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Happened to me also last night. I'm using Windows Media Center on Win 7. Has always been good, so I suspect it's only a temporary thing.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 265035 19-Oct-2009 12:50
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Sorry for not including this with my post:
- I have a HTPC, Vista Home Premium, Media Portal 1.0.1.0, all details as per my signature.

Hopefuly the bahaviour I mentioned is temporary and will reverse to a normal state soon.




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