Since a while ago, can’t remember exactly when, the audio and video is out of sync.
I am using the spdif output and the problem is most noticeable on Dolby digital mkv sources I play back from my local LAN from a NAS.
I have to adjust audio to about -0.175 seconds and then the sync is about perfect.
My sister who also got a Vero and is using the spdif port was reporting the exact same issue to me yesterday, so I think It is not just me.
I do not see a problem at all?
If the audio and video signals are not processed by the same device, I find it quite normal that the processing speed can differ. Even if the TV should be the only device getting both signals, it could be that there is delta between audio and video depending on the active TV’s video optimization features.
Same problem here since a couple of weeks ago and Dolly digital source. SPDIF output. Mkv source. Some of my favourite series, eg Narcos, I have watched twice and now the second time it is out of sync. My technical environment have not changed.
This is still an issue and I bought my Vero because it was supposed to be simple and pretty plug and play. Not to provide logs… Neither me or my wife are interested in that. Hope some other user can contribute on this. Cheers Johan from Sweden.
I have been following this issue. It may be possible for me to address this, but it’s not something I want to do when the October update is so near. Remind me in a couple of days after the October update and I can put a test build up here.
I have had a lip sync issue since the Nov release. Previous to this I had no issues and all movies were perfect. I was waiting for the Dec release to determine if the issue persisted before posting but it is still there.
@sam_nazarko can you comment? I thought the Dec update had addressed this but it hasn’t. The delay isn’t the same across media so setting a default delay doesn’t work in all instances. As mentioned, this started at the Nov 1st update which looks like the change you mentioned that went into this release caused the issue.