Rick Merrill wrote:
Yes, I'm using 1,1,17. I've had this kind of problem for a long time. I
thought my new computer which is much faster might help and it does to a
great degree, but still times when auio/video gets out of sync.
This is probably not a problem for this news group but I don't know
where to begin.
When I play videos from CBS.com, sometimes the video and audio will
go out of sync as I am watching the video. Is this related to the
program that SM uses to play the video? Can it be changed to a better
program by me?
First make sure you use the SD (not the HD) clips.
Are you using SM 1.1.17?
You may have other programs (such as a DVD player) which hook-into the
interrupt chain then decide not to take action. For some people who
have collected a LOT of programs that act upon IO (Input/Output) the
time involved can really Add up!
There's a program called "Process Explorer" that you can download for
free that *might* help you find such other programs.
OR you can just uninstall all a/v (audio/video) tools you have which you
do not use regularly.
Note that what I'm saying is not browser related, but system related.
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