Getting a bad video and audio synch when watching Karas. Any way to fix that? I'm using mplayer right now because It's using some audio thing that only mplayer will fix so that I can hear voices instead of only bgm and soundeffects
if it's off by a set rate you can fine tune it (make the audio jump ahead or behind) with mpc... otherwise you're probably using some shitty video install, like codec packs or who knows what horrible thing you've done
uninstall everything and build it back up piece by piece
Computer specs? If your comp sucks and you are watching Karas in HD (the only way to watch karas) then you are gonna have shitty sync.
>>1.17 MB, 852x480
it works fine in mpc except the audio thing where I can't hear the voices right
Just get a new computer & speakers. They're not too expensive these days.
Or, I dunno, buy the series. It's like 20 bucks for the whole thing.
age to counter sagefag
I only have around 80 dollars and I have no job at the moment
besides any decent computer is at least around 400
anything else I can do? like make the audio thing go away in mpc? because it shows up in just fine in video and audio synch in zoomplayer and mpc just that I can't hear voices without turning it up real loud but then the bgm and soundeffects go to humongous volume
video only goes a little out of synch when it comes to the really high frame fighting parts and what not like in OP image
Ten years ago, to get a "decent" computer (not even top of the line by the day's standards) cost my parents over $2000. What you get in the $400 range today still blows my mind when I think of that.
Oh, and get a fuckin' job. Unless you're paralytic or underageba@, you have no reason NOT to have one to at least give you spending cash (and even those are no excuse).
i have a chest problem where I can't leave my apartment that often
fixed the problem I think, just had to reinstall mplayer and then use directx:noaccel
so work from home, online - it's not that hard to get started and you'll be less of a waste and actually have money to spend
you still haven't posted your computer specs, but based on what you've been saying so far I'm gonna hazard a guess:
Intel Celeron (1.5ghz?)
512mb RAM (DDR2 400, if that)
50gb HDD (IDE of course)
XP Home (pirated?)
shit CRT (not a good CRT, a shit one)
meaning you most likely have a snowball's chance in hell of watching any HD video
but go ahead and try the CCCP (use MPC player) + CoreAVC - if anything will allow you to watch HD video on your shit setup, it's that combo