LastMile Wrote:I've been living with a 200ms offset on my Sony LCD since setting up a Karmic/Camelot HTPC earlier this year (currently on Dharma beta2).
Once the offset is set, it runs perfectly for all 24p content.
I've been watching a bit of 50hz content recently and have gotten use to switching between 0 and 200ms audio offset, but thought I'd poke around the forums this evening to see if I could find a more permanent solution.
Turning off Cinema Drive and Motionflow in the Features menu of my LCD seems to have fixed the audio problem for 24p content.
I guess I'll have to weigh up whether sacrificing these video features will make up for no more audio hassles.
Is there anyway of saving specific playback settings for different refresh rates? E.g. Default for all 24p content, that than just default for all videos. I know calibration settings are resolution and refresh rate specific, but are there any advanced settings to tie audio offset to these?
I can confirm the same issues. Since most of my content is 24p, I've set a delay for all videos. This works well, until I hit a 25fps, or 29.97 fps file. I wound up setting up a command on my remote so I can manually adjust these while I'm watching. It would be nice to be able to adjust the delay based on the fps of the video when using the match refresh rate feature.