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Thread: Audio Video Sync problems with PowerDVD 4 Deluxe




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    I purchased the Powerdvd 4 Deluxe version so I can take advantage of the 6 speaker decoding. My home theatre pc is using a Audigy 2 PLatinum which is then connected to a Logitech Z680 (it's a 5.1 set). My videocard, All in Wonder 9700 Pro, is connected to an HDTV set.

    When I use the 6 speaker output setting on the audio portion of Powerdvd, I get audio video sync problems in about halfway through a movie. The audio will be ahead for about a second or two.

    On a recent attempt with WinXP, I tried using the PCI latency patch for my VIA KT266a chipset based mobo as well as using the latest VIA 4in1 drivers. I ended up with the video driver "loop" error. Uninstalled without success so I ended up reformatting and installing Win2000 Pro for the time being.

    Has anyone ran into this problem and was able to resolve it? Tips will be highly appreciated. Thanks.

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    does it only happen in powerdvd 4? and does it do it on all movies?

    i've had problems with audio/video sync but then again, i was watching divx movies..

    try restarting the movie and fast forward it to halfway, and see if it still does it.

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    It only happens on PowerDVD4 Deluxe while on 6 channel mode. Symptoms do not appear when on 2 channel as well on ATI DVD player. Well, the ATI DVD player does 2-channel anyway.

    It subsides after hitting stop/start but resurfaces in about a few minutes.

    Anyhoo, I'll simply let the Logitech z680's external decoding do the job. Too bad, I paid $70 bucks for this app. :grr:

    Thanks for the reply!

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