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Does anyone have slight lip sync problem on the built in Netflix/Youtube app ?


Youssef Mohamed

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I have like 0.2 seconds shift on the Built in smart tv video apps like Netflix .. My version is 4.10.04 and it's the latest according to the 'Check updates' button .. Anyone have similar problem ?

Anyone recommends a solution ?

The problem is that the video preceeds the audio .. but the av sync adjustment in the can only shift by positive numbers .. I wish I could go the other way to negative values ?

 

Do u recommend other version for example that I can install manually ?

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I got an update this morning 04.10.31 -it hasnt fixed my particular issue but try your lip sync issue once updated. 

Also i may be wrong here, but my lip sync options has another button below it "bypass". Im not sure what the effect is but i assumed it would switch the positive values on the slider to function negatively? Have you tried with bypass off/on? 

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