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Originally posted by ohioriver
I am not very good with video/audio technology but I know when I record on my$200 camcorder and play it back the audio matches the video. Are you saying that the millions of dollars of audio/video equipment they have is not capable of producing synchronicity? I am ignorant and need a better, more in depth explanation .Please
When entertainment content is decoded and rendered on Consumer Electronic (CE) devices, the timing of rendering the video portion of the signal may deviate from the timing of rendering the audio signal. The resultant timing differential is often referred to as a "lip sync" error, since it is most obviously apparent to a viewer when the content contains a representation of a person speaking. In a digital television, the video processing usually takes more time than the audio processing. Because of this, synchronization of video and audio can become an issue, creating an effect similar to a badly dubbed movie, where the audio and video don't match up and the sound of the spoken words is no longer in "sync" with the speaker's lip movement.
Originally posted by MOFreemason
reply to post by jackal17
Instead of reading, get out and enjoy the day. It'll do you some good.