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Hi,

 

Any tips for how best to calibrate lip sync delay?

 

Any good scenes or types of scenes to watch?

 

Thanks.

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Milli Vanilli music clips are said to be good reference material ; )

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Thanks.

 

I was imagining there were TEST videos out there with a quick click sound perfectly timed to a big white dot appearing on the screen for a single frame.

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I use one of those drum tutorial videos to get the sound synched. Sounds silly but works for me :)

Much easier than using peoples voices!

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I use one of those drum tutorial videos to get the sound synched. Sounds silly but works for me :)

Much easier than using peoples voices!

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DVE has a lip sync track (a circle sweep, beep at 12 o'clock) or you can use the A/V sync pattern from http://www.w6rz.net (alternating colour/black bars with a tone on colour(?)). I think Getgray also has an A/V sync track on it. You could probably find this stuff on YouTube.

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This is perfect: 

 

I've downloaded it in .mp4 .3gp .webm and .flv and put them on a USB drive.  Shame my oppo 83 SE can't see any of these files to play them ! ! ! WT...

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you could try renaming the .webm file to a .mkv

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If the problem is in the " eg. avi movie file itself " There is a program called VirtualDub,its a free download and fixes the lip/sinc issue very quickly.

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you could try renaming the .webm file to a .mkv

 

Thanks.  83 doesn't find the .mkv file either on the front USB input.

 

I've found if I just use the TV input on my HTP the A & V is insync.

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why on earth do we have lip sync problems in the 21st century anyway?

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Indeed.

 

 

Anyway, problem solved.

 

Turned up the sound on the TV as well as the processor - bingo, an echo.

 

Adjusted the lipsync delay until the echo disappeared.

 

"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication." Leonardo Da Vinci

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Indeed.

 

 

Anyway, problem solved.

 

Turned up the sound on the TV as well as the processor - bingo, an echo.

 

Adjusted the lipsync delay until the echo disappeared.

 

"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication." Leonardo Da Vinci

Isn't this just syncing processor with the TV? Not necessarily syncing processor with the source?

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It's the TV that's introducing the picture displaying delay.

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why on earth do we have lip sync problems in the 21st century anyway?

 

yeah i understood if it was hdmi to hdmi that this wasn't possible?!....

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There is a HDMI from disc player to the TV, but a different older cable to my AV processor.

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