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Click Sound In My Video Files

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#1 VaynardX


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Posted 13 September 2008 - 07:21 AM

I have a samsung yp-s5 mp3/mp4 player. As you may all know, samsung has its proprietary video format(otherwise known as svi). Now my problem goes like this: I downloaded files from youtube and had them converted to avi format, then I transferred those files via the samsung media studio(since its the only program that can convert movie files to svi). Then, when I watched the movie, it has this clicking sound(like click-click click click click) and my audio is behind the video, meaning the video is ahead while the audio lags behind. What could be the problem here? I played the files in my computer(the avi format) and there were no problems nor clicks at all.

Then I tried something else, I split a segment of my fave movie that I came from my dvd disc and converted it to avi. I checked it on my computer, it didnt have any clicking sound. Then when I transferred it to my mp4 player, there were no clicking sounds at all. Hmm, what could be the problem? :thumbsup:

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