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Problems with lip sync now after update nothing works HELP!

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  • #16
    If the graphics card is feeding the tv and he is expecting audio on the tv the nvidia audio may need to be enabled to send it over the hdmi. Relying on this method of preview may also explain audio synch as it is simply using the overlay so anything is possible I guess. System audio could be set to nvidia this would also maybe explain no audio when tv is off or muted. Have a look in control panel/sound.

    Last edited by NakedEye; 04-24-2015, 01:13 AM.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Adbear View Post
      He already said in an earlier post that the TV is connected to the HDMI out on his GTX 960 graphics card
      in that case he will set the default audio device in control panel, sound, to nvidia and not to realtek etc
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      • #18
        A lot of TV sets have a video processing delay and in order to work around this the TV contains a digital audio delay to match. It will also mean that the TV video will lag behind the REC window in Edius hence the PC sound via the sound card will be in advance of the TV, and appear to be out of sync. The HD audio setting over HDMI will solve this, and if you want better quality audio than the TV speakers supply, plug your PC speakers into the TV headphone socket or use an optical cable to a home cinema amp, which is how I use it.

        Some of the newer quad core processor 4k Tv's have almost no delay at all such as the Panasonic 40 inch 630 chassis, but it is best to monitor the audio via the TV.
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