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i have a 200gb hard drive partionioned into 2 x 100gb one for the system and one for data storage

 

i have a few videos and alot of southpark, futurama, family guy over 3 years i have noticed that some of the vids are getting a bit degraded, audio sync is out and some video corruption, i know this isnt the audio and video hardware or software. it seems alot like when an old video cassette starts to degrade.

 

anyone else found this and know why it happens ?

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i have a 200gb hard drive partionioned into 2 x 100gb one for the system and one for data storage

 

i have a few videos and alot of southpark, futurama, family guy over 3 years i have noticed that some of the vids are getting a bit degraded, audio sync is out and some video corruption, i know this isnt the audio and video hardware or software. it seems alot like when an old video cassette starts to degrade.

 

anyone else found this and know why it happens ?

 

I really can't understand that unless you've converted the file format using something like nero which can put lipsink out. Never seen that before. I'd try using media player classic which uses less resourses.

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I really can't understand that unless you've converted the file format using something like nero which can put lipsink out. Never seen that before. I'd try using media player classic which uses less resourses.

 

 

mpg and avi's straight from the internet they havnt been touched by any kind of proccessor or convertion.

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Sorry Andy I'm at a loss, I've never seen that before.

 

Have you tried playing them back on another machine? It seems much more likely that something's affecting playback on your PC than than the files have all been changed.

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