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E85 Lip synch problem

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by HMHB, Dec 28, 2004.

  1. HMHB

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    I've transfered all 6 episodes of Max & Paddy from Sky+ onto the hard disk of my E85. I recorded this in XP mode and all is fine with that. I then edited it all down (by deleting chapters) and it was 2 hrs 19 mins total, so I thought I'd see what it would be like in FR mode dubbed to DVD-R. The picture quality seems OK but there is a noticable lip synch problem which is not present in the hard disk version of this. Does this always happen ?
     
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    No, it shouldn't do. I'd try recording it again. Have you successfully recorded to the same type of DVD-R before?
     
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    Yes, I've used these DVD-Rs a lot (Verbatim) with no problems. I successfully dubbed another program from the same batch of stuff I'd brought across from Sky+ but I used high speed dubbing mode as it was less than an hour and so didn'r need to be re-encoded.
    I think I bring them across from the Sky+ box again in 2 groups of 3 episodes and do them in SP mode so that I can then high speed dub them.
    It seems a shame though if re-encoding always causes lip-synch problems.
     
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    It doesn't cause lip-synch problems normally, if it keeps doing it there's a problem with your machine. You could have just been unlucky!
     
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    any update on this issue john? I'm thinking of buying the panny
     
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    not had the chance to try it yet but will do so tomorrow.
     

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