Thanks for the quick response.
Originally Posted by HDfury
First of all, when you have an issue, add config export as attachment, this will always speed up getting right answer in less time. Also if you have lipsync issue confirm if audio is ahead or late compared to video.
You're right, I should have. Since I had problems like this before I got the Integral 2, I was thinking of using it as a tool to diagnose rather than to look at its own config. However, fortunately your answer I think explains it anyway
Second, there is nothing in AVI about lipsync, if you don't know how to decipher it, you can use any of our latest hardware: vertex2/diva/maestro, they all can decipher and expose values from it and create any AVI infoframe at will from dropdown selector menu.
Yeah, I didn't fully realize the difference between the various devices when I got the Integral 2. Quite a few things would be easier with a newer device, but I'm not sure I have a reason to replace it yet...
Third, Yes, there is a lipsync value somewhere in JVC and that is in its EDID, so with a config export in both modes (low latency on and off) i can tell you (if JVC does it) if this edid entry hidden in a certain descriptor is set or not.
Yet even if it's there, you still need a source that will react on it, not all sources care about it.
Ah, so even without my config, you explained what's going on here, I think
. I'm using LLDV via the Full + BT2020 EDID that Mark (I think) shared. So even if the JVC is changing the lipsync in its EDID and the x4300h would react to it, what I'm actually doing is returning an EDID that (apparently) matches the JVC in low latency mode.
Last but not least, i think you can easily solve this by connecting the following way:
X700 > INTEGRAL2 > bot output to JVC / top output to Denon > OPTOMA.
I'm curious how this would solve the problem. Does the Integral 2 know how to read the lip sync delay from the JVC and then delay the Denon signal by an appropriate amount? I had somewhat expected you to suggest going x700->Denon->JVC, which would drop the fake EDID from the chain. OTOH, with either of these approaches I would lose the ability to control the JVC picture mode using the RS232 out of the Integral2 because there would be paths to the JVC that didn't go through the Integral2 anymore.
If I leave the Integral2 where it is, would automix be able to combine the various color profile, LLDV, etc blocks with the audio EDID from the JVC? I'm a bit unclear on how powerful automix is on the Integral2, and it was certainly easier getting this to work just uploading the EDID into memory and using it that way.
The other option is to find the bytes in the fixed EDID and then have two versions of the fixed EDID to match the JVC in low/normal latency and then switch between them when I change the mode of the JVC. At some point this gets too complicated, though....