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Do you have working 24p playback at 24Hz? Tell me your specs!


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OK, so this thread is a spin-off from a support thread I have started over at the Mediaportal forum, where I'm trying to work out some problems I'm having with 24p playback.


The thing is that I'm not able to get audio and video in sync, using the following system:

Motherboard: Asrock 4core1333-FullHD
CPU: C2D E6550
Graphics: Gigabyte Geforce 9600GT with 174 driver
Sound: Realtek integrated
TV: Pioneer PDP-5080XA
OS: Windows XP Pro, latest updates

Splitter: Matroskasplitter
H264: CoreAVC
MPEG2: ffdshow
Audio: Nvidia audio decoder
Video renderer: VMR9
Audio renderer: Reclock

Video is connecting through DVI-HDMI
Audio is connecting from motherboard RCA to stereo amplifier

My main thoughts have been that maybe I should try Vista instead of XP, or get a videocard which can output both audio and video through HDMI (ATI). On the other hand, another user in my support thread is running Vista and is having the same problems as I.

I have understood that it isn't very common to run at a 24Hz (multiple) refresh rate, so this is what I would like: Couldn't all of you who are happily displaying 24p material at a 24Hz refresh rate with working audio/video sync post your system specs here. This might restore my hope of pulling this thing off at the end. Right now I'm having a hard time finding any success stories out there ;)

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