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  1. Ryan Patterson

    WinDVD - Anybody notice audio sync problems?

    Ah... so when the Cyberlink people were making PowerDVD, they didn't even stop to consider one of the most popular video card brands in the industry today? What were they thinking? So I take it hardware motion compensation doesn't really improve anything if you have a fast enough PC? I'm...
  2. Ryan Patterson

    WinDVD - Anybody notice audio sync problems?

    Well, I tried patching the 0525 over my old version 1116 (Huh? Why does the older version have a bigger number?). This didn't solve the problem, so I did a full uninstall of PowerDVD off my PC and reinstalled everything again. This didn't help either... until I unchecked the "Use Hardware...
  3. Ryan Patterson

    WinDVD - Anybody notice audio sync problems?

    Hi Cliff, As far as I know, it is the full version of PowerDVD 3.0. Are demo versions, etc. without this new Bob algorithm? I also have the full version of PowerDVD 2.5, but I have that as AsusDVD, as it came with my Asus 7100 card. This version also has the stair-stepping effect. When...
  4. Ryan Patterson

    WinDVD - Anybody notice audio sync problems?

    Thanks Chris, I'll check the build number when I get home. I've tried running video-sourced material in Bob and Auto-Select mode, but it doesn't help. It looks like PowerDVD is using that "single-field interpolation" method described in the popular Link Removed article. Basically, it's...
  5. Ryan Patterson

    WinDVD - Anybody notice audio sync problems?

    Hi Cliff, thanks for the reply. How would I go about fixing the DMA buffer time used on the soundcard? Is there a setting for this? I'm using PowerDVD 3.0, but I don't know what the build number is. The 'About' screen that comes up after double-clicking the Cyberlink logo doesn't show the...
  6. Ryan Patterson

    WinDVD - Anybody notice audio sync problems?

    I find WinDVD seems to have a problem with syncing audio and video. It seems that the audio appears to be a few tenths of a second ahead of the video. This is slightly noticable when watching a film-sourced movie, but much more noticable when watching video-sourced material. When watching the...
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