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post #1 of 2 Old 06-21-2013, 03:19 AM - Thread Starter
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I am using motion plus to make the video movement more smooth, but that introduces a problem. Audio Video is out of sync.
So I add some delay to the audio through lav filter audio settings.

The problem is that the audio delay is not consistent.

For example there is quite a noticeable difference between cartoons and movies. Even if they are both 1080p.
In movies the audio delay is about 205 ms. In cartoons its about 190.
This is probably caused because the tv needs to do less work to smooth out the video in the cartoons.

So Im left with the option to either have movies in sync, cartoons in sync or put it somewhere in between and have none of them in sync.

Any ideas of what I could do?
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Use Spears & Munsil High Definition Benchmark, 2nd Edition Blu-Ray Disk, it has A/V Sync Test to find the correct setting.

It has 2 Sound Tones you can preselect... To Set the Center Channel or Front Channels ( I prefer to select the Center Channel Tone)

Also you have 2 options for that A/V Sync Test Frame Rate: 24p or 60i.

Use the motion flow setting there to see if they are adding an extra delay...

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