Iron Man started fine, but about 7 or so minutes in, there was a glitch and the sync drifted. Legend of the Guardians, off by over a second- unwatchable. Tested watching Gone With the Wind, disc 1, and after a few moments, it quits out and I'm watching TV without pressing a button. I tried several times, fast forwarding to different places to try and test for audio sync. Each time, kicked back out to watching the RF input.
As I said, I open that same Legend of the Guardians file on the computer and it's perfect. So I don't know what the TV is doing differently, or what it is having trouble with.
I'm using Handbrake to rip my DVD's. I think I'll have to raise the bitrate for my MP4 rips because the color banding in the skies/darks is aweful at under 2 Mbps. But how do I fix the audio sync problems in the screen? The audio drift is not constantly off by the same amount. And the quitting out of playback has me stumped.
I've been using the standard Normal profile in Handbrake, that makes an H.264 m4v file. Some movies are more widescreen than others. Should I not have Handbrake crop the movie & leave the black in the ripped video? Should I be making an MKV file?