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Old 24th July 2003
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Hi out there!

I got a strange kind of problem:
Using a movie (AVI) on BSPlayer causes for some time already problems with the A/V Sync:
The video plays about 1.5 to 2 times faster than the Audio already from the beginning of the file till the end.
There are some files, that work without problems, but most do not.
Many of those movies are some, i watched with BSPlayer before without any problems. Using Mediaplayer causes this problem, too.
The only player i can use for these files right now is the Divx-Player from the divx-codec.

Does anyone got a clue, what kind of problem that is and anyone knows a kind of solution? (I searched the forum but didn't find any solution)

Thanks for any kind of help

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I've got this problem for some avi with mp3 at 22050hz...
If your movie got mp3 sound look at this, and the only way to avoid this is to remove the audio stream, and add one with 44100hz or 48000hz...
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I've got this problem for some avi with mp3 at 22050hz...
If your movie got mp3 sound look at this, and the only way to avoid this is to remove the audio stream, and add one with 44100hz or 48000hz...
but this makes no sense....as i already said, the same files worked a few weeks before without any problems :shock:
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What windows do you have ?
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Win2k, SP3
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Try reinstall the l3codeca.acm file, from divx3.11alpha for example. When asked about older file say yes.
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Try reinstall the l3codeca.acm file, from divx3.11alpha for example. When asked about older file say yes.
thx for the idea, but this doesn't help either. :(
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