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Rodre
post Jan 8 2007, 09:39 AM
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Hello,

I have a C760 running Cacko 1.23. I have encoded a DVD using mencoder and various other retail dvd encoders from pinnacle, Intervideo, and 123 Copy DVD. My problem is that when I play the ripped/encoded dvd file on my desktop the audio and video are synced perfectly, but when I play the video on my Z in mplayer the audio is 2-3 seconds faster than the video. What gives? How are others playing video on their Z? I have also encoded a .mpg file shot with my handycam and it does the same thing.

It appears that mplayer has the ability to resync the audio using either the + and - keys or by using a '-delay' switch on startup, but it appears that the mplayer for the Z either doesn't support this or doesn't have the input key mapping file. Does anyone know about this file?

~Rodre
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Rodre
post Jan 8 2007, 05:12 PM
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Hi Serge, thanks for your response.

I tried the '-ac ffmp3' flag in kino2's "preferences" (File -> Preferences... -> Options for mplayer) and that didn't work. I am a newbie when it comes to encoding video. Can you tell me what mencoder flags I can use to encode the audio stream with a constant bitrate? I am looking to get the best quality sound and video as file size doesn't matter to me because I have a 4GB SD card.

Also, is there any way to get mplayer to accept the - and + keys so that I could adjust the lag on the fly? The "o" for on screen display works, but not many of the other ones. Thanks.

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