.NET Solution Architect
I would try running sync tests as many as I could one of theseNope. :/
I want to reiterate that I'm (purposely and admittedly insanely) hyper focusing on actors mouths and whether the dialog precisely matches their lip movements.
My daughters and I watched black panther last night and infinity war today. At different points in each movie, there's dialog that perfectly matches the actors mouths. Other times, it seems like it's slightly early or late (hard to tell).
I'm trying to ascertain if there really is an issue or it's just "normal" for films to contain this much "slop" or "play" in certain scenes. I realize some dialog is recorded later and overdubbed. Maybe that's what I'm seeing.
I realize what I'm doing is slightly silly. So I'm also trying to look for precise sound effects (someone tapping on something, or something else discrete) and see how those line up with what's on screen.
I'm not sure what made me start watching this so closely recently. But I did feel, with some recent movies we've watched, that generally the lip sync was off. That's why i started mucking with the denon audio delay setting.
The problem with the av sync patterns I have is they are just basic dts and most movies I watch are in atmos. So I wonder how much that could affect timing. I don't know. I'm just guessing. But I do feel like something's off (noticeable lip sync) and I would love to get it dialed in better or know for a fact that the offending scenes are "baked in" to the source material, and it's not my gear.
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