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I'm trying to watch Moyashimon in HD but when I try to play it the video, subtitles and sound aren't in sync.

It's like there some sort of lag. I tried playing it in MP and MPC and the problem is still there.

What can I do to fix this /a/non?

here's some pizza butt for your trouble
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upgrade your pc
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1) Sledgehammer your current computer.
2) Buy a decent computer for $1,000
3) ????
4) profit!
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Try using CoreAVC. It's on rapidsearch, I think.
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Is high definition really worth it?
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if you turn down/off some rendering options (DX9) it should work better
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>>10084337
Step 1: Get KMPlayer
Step 2: Never download any other media player or codec or anything ever again
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>>10084409
yes
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stop using a computer that's 6 years old for fucks sake
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Use VLC.
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>>10084474
>>Use VLC.

I hope you and your family burn in hell.
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>>10084474
No! This is satan's advice.
Zoomplayer is an angel
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I get the same problem, havn't found any way to get rid of it yet :(
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use Windows Media Player and never look back.
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If it's lagging your computer is too weak.
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1: get rid of old PC
2: buy a new one
3: don't change your mediaplayer
4: ???
5: profit!
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>MPC CCCP
If this fails, you fail.
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>>10084528
>I tried playing it in MP and MPC and the problem is still there.

roight
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oh yeah my laptop

P4 Centrino 2GHz
2GB DDR RAM
GeForce 7800 Go

fucker can play BioShock but can't play a video file? that can't be right
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>>10084550
er, in that case fiddle around with the pixel shader and DX settings for the video rendering (output options of MPC)
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>>10084337
Go into the options and dig around for one marked in milliseconds (or msec or ms). Change the number or adjust the slider until everything lines up.
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>>10084550

>2GB DDR RAM
>2GB DDR RA
>2GB DDR R
>2GB DDR
>GB DDR
>B DDR
> DDR
>DDR
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>>10084418
I'd say this, but that probably wont solve your lag problem. Get a better GPU or more RAM
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your pc is too slow for h264 hd playback
solutions:
1) faster processor (3200 or faster single core using ffdshowor faster than 1.9ghz centrino )
2) easier: use coreavc(can be found on rs)should work with pentium m faster 1.8ghz and faster , and about every dual core
if it still happens use coreavc 1.5 and deactivate deblocking



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