Win Intel HTPCs/NUCs & Kodi-native 3D MVC Playback
(2016-04-12, 20:03)noggin Wrote: Seriously? 1/4 of a second would be unwatchable for me. That's around 6 frames at 24p. Once you get to that level it starts to look like you are watching a dubbed movie. Most people speak at around 3 words per second, so you are almost a word out of sync.

Things are a little different for us: the lesser mortals Wink

(2016-04-12, 20:11)hdmkv Wrote: Um, not sure... wish I had Sync-One2 or similar to test, verify with. The lip-sync error on DN2820 I can definitely notice as I noted. Just guessing it's about 1/2 a second, but could be closer to 1/4, hard to tell just eye-balling it.
Edit: Sync-One2 costs £215 shipped to U.S.?! Shocked ... I can buy nice new Intel h/w for that.
You can get it accurate to a frame just from watching staring at the S&M test pattern. You need a Sync-One2 like instrument only if you need intra-frame accuracy.
Yes, it is a quite expensive gadget, but it does its job very well and is a handy tool.
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