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Old 6th June 2010, 22:28   #1  |  Link
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Intensity Pro Audio Sync Issues

Source is an Xbox 360 via HDMI. Recording with Media Express. All drivers/software is up to date.
Here are my Media Express settings:



Here is the results of my disk speed test:



Specs on my computer:
Intel Core i7 920, 3.8 GHz
12 GB DDR3 1600 RAM
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4x Seagate 2 TB hard drives in RAID 0
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Looks like you've got more than enough bandwidth on your I/O! Nice write speeds (!)

What kind of audio sync issues are you experiencing?

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Looks like you've got more than enough bandwidth on your I/O! Nice write speeds (!)

What kind of audio sync issues are you experiencing?

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It lags behind my video. Something will happen on screen and i won't hear it for another few seconds.
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Is the sync a constant offset, or does it get progressively worse as time goes on?

I'm not familiar with HDMI capture, but I do know a thing or two about component capture. Do others successfully capture Xbox360 output from HDMI?

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Is the sync a constant offset, or does it get progressively worse as time goes on?
Progressively worse


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I'm not familiar with HDMI capture, but I do know a thing or two about component capture. Do others successfully capture Xbox360 output from HDMI?
Yes, a few people in fact. Here are links to their Youtube channels.

http://www.youtube.com/user/itscowski
http://www.youtube.com/user/SeaNanners
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Progressively worse usually means the frame rate is off - sometimes caused by dropped frames Have you tried capturing with "stop capture if dropped frams..." enabled?

Also, can you post a sample of a video that's out of sync?

Finally, have you contacted Blackmagic support?

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