This post was most recently updated on October 16th, 2017
I welcome you back to a fresh day in the office after my brief hiatus which is to the good.Today, we will solve audio/video strong decoders problem with regards to the picture not matching the audio. Just like I predicted in my October’s update, Sport 24 HD was blocked in early October and as at today, it is fully back on all decoders hitherto opening it. Just make sure you are cautious when buying a new decoder purposely for mtn worldwide sport 24 HD.
By the way, any decoder that is designed just to open MTN Worldwide will not stand the test of time. We have many manufacturers of powervu Auto roll decoders with good intentions like GSky, freesat team and some older and more expensive models of tigerstar. In a nutshell, MTN Worldwide is fully ack on all supported decoders. You can get the full list of software in my sticky article here.
Why will audio and video of any media content be out of sync or fail to match?
Firstly, let us describe this scenario before heading over to talking about how to solve audio/video strong decoders problem. This can happen in any form but in most cases, the audio is always faster than the video/picture.
For example, after a few minutes of watching your program, you notice the picture doesn’t quite match the video. You’re hearing things that aren’t happening in the scene yet. The video might be frozen on a particular point, or moving slowly forward while the audio plays happily along.
You may restart your machine, or maybe you are streaming the content, you may even reload the web page. But it keeps happening.
Why does it happen?
There are lots of reasons the audio and video might be out of sync in a particular situation. But here’s an explanation of why it’s possible in the first place.
Firstly, most professional videos creators make a video by recording the audio and video separately. This is the only way to ensure the quality of the audio portion of the TV show, movie, or whatever the subject of the video is. You’ll know this if you’ve ever watched a video you created on your smartphone or tablet. Unless you’re in a really quiet space, you’ll notice background noise or maybe you can’t hear the people you’re recording.
Secondly, If there are any issues with your internet connection anywhere along the way from the source to your device, then the video may experience lag while the audio continues to play. Also, If your computer doesn’t have the resources available to process the stream, the video will lag the audio.
Finally, and in the case of a decoder or a set-top box, it may be a compatibility issue between the decoder and the software. This is exactly what is responsible for the Audio/video problems on strong after loading any powervu patch software for mtn worldwide sport 24 HD.
It should be on record that the current sport 24 solution involves pre-processing and post-processing. I think a new software can also fix this. I have not checked it during this current software release though.
Solve audio/video strong decoders problem
A follower of this site posted this in the comment box section a few weeks ago. People applied it and gave testimonies. Interestingly, just about the time that I wanted to publish it, Sport 24 attacked again.
Now if you are here and you are using a strong decoder and you are experiencing this issue. Apply the fix below to solve audio/video strong decoders problem
solve audio/video strong decoders problem the tricks
This is according to Dboyy’s comment that worked for OJo Henry and others. A member of this site, however, complained of having a black and white picture after applying the fix. If you are experiencing this, I strongly believe that it has to do with the type of tv you are using. The only fix here should be for you the revert the process and manage the picture the way it is. Or, if you can try changing your connection mode from like AV to HDMI, Scart …
– Press Menu on your Strong remote control
– Go to System Settings
– Go to A/V Output Settings
With this, you need to change the TV System —from PAL to NTSC
And also Change the HDMI settings from 1080p50 to 1080p60
This has helped others. Please let the house know if the current sofware has solved this problem