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Mysteriouskk's Avatar Mysteriouskk
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I have my PC connected optical out to my Yamaha Receiver. There is like small audio lag between video and audio. This is for all types of video (flash, avi, movies, anything, bluray).

I am fairly confident that the AV Receiver is the reason for the audio lag. I can't use the Lipsync feature, because the audio lag should be before. The receiver has like 0-250ms, but I need like negative 40ms.

Should I get another receiver, or what should I do?

Thanks,
Kevin
Mrkazador's Avatar Mrkazador
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There are some audio decoders that have an adjustable delay like AC3Filter but it won't work with websites or games.

 

40ms is not that much of a delay. I did a quick test and could barely notice a delay at 200ms...


whiteboy714's Avatar whiteboy714
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Won't work for everything but MPC-HC has a setting where you can set a delay or advance in the audio.
VLC has it too and also has keyboard shortcuts for it.
tootal2's Avatar tootal2
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Originally Posted by Mysteriouskk View Post

I have my PC connected optical out to my Yamaha Receiver. There is like small audio lag between video and audio. This is for all types of video (flash, avi, movies, anything, bluray).
I am fairly confident that the AV Receiver is the reason for the audio lag. I can't use the Lipsync feature, because the audio lag should be before. The receiver has like 0-250ms, but I need like negative 40ms.
Should I get another receiver, or what should I do?
Thanks,
Kevin

Buy a hdmi receiver. thats how i fixed this problem
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