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Hi , I am new here :)

I posted this topic becuase I need help.
after Recording with fraps and saving the movie and after playing 3 minutes of the video , the sound goes out of syn meaning That I can't hear sound with the video right (Like While jumping with a lion in game , I hear the sound of the jumping while the lion is walking but only in the video though).

I tried virtual dub but it doesn't work and followed every step in a you tube video made to fix the problem :cry:

My Graphic Card is: Geforce9500
My Sound Card is: HD Rear Audio input and HD Rear Audio input 2.

Please help , Thanks in advanced.
I tried Fraps and other programs but it didn't work.

Any Help is appreciated :)
 

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well at least you ruled out program incompatibilities, since everything you're trying is doing the same thing.

Have you updated your sound card drivers recently? Also, is there another name for the sound card (I highly doubt that's the real name of your sound card)
 

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No sir, I don't like it.
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Fraps uses a lossless video codec that requires A LOT of internal system bandwidth and stresses your HDD big time. The video might actually be in sync, but the video player software/HDD may not be able to keep up with the demand.

Try transcoding the video into a lossy codec (Xvid/DivX) and see if the problem persists.

If it does, your hardware may not quite be up to task. Ideally, Fraps videos should be saved to a secondary HDD that has no use during the game other than to save the Fraps video.

Other than that you can try defragging before attempting your next recording session.
 

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Fraps uses a lossless video codec that requires A LOT of internal system bandwidth and stresses your HDD big time. The video might actually be in sync, but the video player software/HDD may not be able to keep up with the demand.

Try transcoding the video into a lossy codec (Xvid/DivX) and see if the problem persists.

If it does, your hardware may not quite be up to task. Ideally, Fraps videos should be saved to a secondary HDD that has no use during the game other than to save the Fraps video.

Other than that you can try defragging before attempting your next recording session.
do you suggest i upload a video on you tube and see if its only my media player?


I have 3.39 ghz Possessor and 4.35 GB of Ram using Genuine Intel.
 

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No sir, I don't like it.
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No. I'm suggesting that you transcode the video to a different format and play the resulting video file in your media player.
 

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well at least you ruled out program incompatibilities, since everything you're trying is doing the same thing.

Have you updated your sound card drivers recently? Also, is there another name for the sound card (I highly doubt that's the real name of your sound card)
I am not really sure , that what i see on the volume control XD
 
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