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DivX - avi file out of synchronization


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#1 SparkyM

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 02:31 PM

Hi there,

I am new to this formum and require some help with my Windows Media Player 10. I have XP.

For some reason DivX avi files are playing out sync on my Media Player. Only usually when the DivX logo is on the screen. It looks like it is playing slighty to slow, but barely noticeable. I have download the Nimo and DiVx codec and my media player automatically updates its codec's. My knowledge really ends here and I am very stuck! I would really appreciate some advice.

Many thanks in advance
Mike

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 08:22 PM

It sounds like WMP is the problem. Try a different media player like VLC(better choice) or Winamp. If the media player isn't the problem, you could try using VirtualDub.
In VirtualDub, open (Ctrl+O) the .avi file and under Video, click on Direct stream copy. Under Audio, check Source audio and Direct stream copy. Then, in Audio select Interleaving (Ctrl+I). Enter an offset and press ok. Then under File, select Save as AVI... (F7) and save as a different name.
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