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    50 Custom PC's in 10 Years! TheGreatSatan's Avatar
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    Default Speeding up online videos

    Watching a video online that has a buffer is no problem, but what about streaming videos? Mine play out of sync. I hear the words before their lips even move.

    Is there a method of making it work right?

    BTW, I'm using IE8 and absolutely will not change.
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    Default Re: Speeding up online videos

    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreatSatan View Post
    BTW, I'm using IE8 and absolutely will not change.
    then your only solution is to write a program that delays all audio output by the amount of lag time.
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    Default Re: Speeding up online videos

    Honesty, I read that as "seeding online videos...."

    Use VLC's lip-sync utility?
    Two years. They were great. Let's make the next ones even better!

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    Default Re: Speeding up online videos

    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreatSatan View Post
    BTW, I'm using IE8 and absolutely will not change.
    absolutely can't fix your problem cause that was my issue with IE7 and why i started using chrome instead. = p

    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/i...b-c14e44ea6ffb


    I tried all those and nothing helped, the only thing that did was clicking "set google chrome as default browser" then everything started working flawlessly.


    It could also be a hardware problem, but uh... most of us around here are running nitromethane powered topfuel PC dragsters so i suspect thats not the issue.



    I'd try the ol' uninstall/reinstall JAVA and flash and see if a update is availabe for your audio card

    [edit] you might try that IE9 as well.

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    Default Re: Speeding up online videos

    Internet Download Manager ... forget streaming, frames, scripts, ActiveX, etc ... just capture locally and play on your terms.
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    Default Re: Speeding up online videos

    I absolutely will not use anything but IE. I'm stubborn, so I guess I'll just have to ignore the lag
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    Default Re: Speeding up online videos

    IE is good for Windows Updates ... but even then, IDM can capture/save them before install, allowing one to archive all the applicable updates locally for use offline.
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    Default Re: Speeding up online videos

    depending on the format, why not just pause to buffer for a bit?

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    Default Re: Speeding up online videos

    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreatSatan View Post
    I absolutely will not use anything but IE. I'm stubborn, so I guess I'll just have to ignore the lag
    IE is an absolutely awful browser in sooo many ways.

    Frankly, it's just time to get over your stubbornness and accept that you're just wrong about I to the E!

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    Default Re: Speeding up online videos

    It could be a sync issue with the video host or whoever uploaded it. I know youtube sometimes has this issue. I've even had to re-upload a few of mine because once youtube processed them, the audio was out of sync.

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