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Sound off sync with movie
Hello all, I just imported a movie for the first time in MP4 format and the quality is awesome (Video and sound). After a few minutes of playing the movie, I noticed that the sound was lagging behind the video more and more. the longer the video played, the worse it became. It is easily fixed by using the scroll bar and skipping agead 1 sec. Only problem is doing this every 5 minutes, throughout the 2 hr video...
Any suggestions as to how to fix this.
One thing to note is i added the video to my phone via file transfer. I copy and pasted into my media card once connected to my computer. Will added it via DM fix this issue? if so, that is my next choice.
Bold 9000 with OS 5 (Wind Hellas)
Last edited by Ry_Ry; 03-19-2010 at 10:58 AM. Reason: OS update
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03-19-2010, 01:33 PM #2
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No way to fix this. Something has happened during the transfer. It has happened to me on numerous occasions. The only thing to do is start the process over. I know it sucks. I did some last minute transfers for a flight one time and it happened to 1 of the 3, wasn't happy. I have sometimes noticed that the problem has occured during the transfer when I had the screen saver engaged and it caused a slight dely in the process."The iPhone allows you to make more mistakes faster than any invention in human history. With the possible exceptions of handguns and tequila" - Unknown
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04-08-2010, 12:32 PM #4
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There's lots of causes for this. It depends on how the video was encoded, with what app, what codec, at what bitrate... the general rule is you want to keep the bitrate high enough to look good, but low enough that your phone doesn't choke or lag on it (which can cause a/v skew).
How you transfer the file to your phone should make no difference at all, as long as it gets there ok. Unless it gets corrupted somehow, it's the same collection of 0's and 1's however it gets put on.
- 04-11-2010, 02:58 AM #5
I'm with Charred. I don't mean to say DJDakoo is wrong, but my hunch is that something else happened he didn't notice. But then, maybe I'm wrong...
If I'm right, you should notice a similar problem when you play the movie on your pc, as well (broken a/v sync). If it works fine, then maybe DjDakoo is correct...
Try just playing it on the pc using your bb as a memory device so you don't have to mes w/ copying. USB should be plenty fast enough I'd assume.
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- 04-11-2010, 04:14 AM #6
It was ripped bad .. CharredPC gave you great info.