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       audio delay when playing mp4
    rajiv
    post Jun 27 2010, 01:07 PM
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    hi
    i just bought the wd tv media player ( version 2)

    can you believe it when i find out that there is a delay in audio when you play a movie

    can anyone help?

    rajiv
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    Which firmware version do you have installed?

    The audio sync issue is known to affect the Gen. 2 and Live with certain file types, most notably MP4s. AFAIK there's no known solution yet except for converting to or using other formats (MKV etc.) which the player might be better able to maintain sync for.

    You can also try to remux the MP4s with YAMB or MeGUI (head over to videohelp.com for assistance if required) and see. Maybe if it's just a case of the file index being corrupted etc., this might fix the issue.
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