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    Audio and video not synced while screen mirroring

    by sasaki11 ·

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    I. e. audio comes faster than video on tv. If i screen mirror an adroid device with the same wifi, audio and video are synced. So there must be something in laptop with windows 10. What can i do?

    Is there at least a way to delay audio temporary (during screen mirroring) manually, for example 0.5 second in Windows?

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    • #3996207

      Re: mirroring

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to Audio and video not synced while screen mirroring

      How exactly do you mirror the screen from your Windows laptop/PC to what? Chromecast or Miracast?

    • #3996209

      That’s a common problem.

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to Audio and video not synced while screen mirroring

      I switch to the usual HDMI cable when that happens.

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      Reply To: Audio and video not synced while screen mirroring

      by RachelGomez161999 ·

      In reply to Audio and video not synced while screen mirroring

      Troubleshooting steps
      Check if the audio and video sync issue is resolved after completing each step. If model-specific information is needed to perform any action, check your product manuals for more details.

      Depending on the cause, this issue is often resolved by performing a power reset on your TV.
      Power reset for Android TV™ or Google TV™ models
      Power reset for other models
      Make sure your TV has the latest software update installed. Downloads are posted on your model support page.
      Not all TVs have software that can be updated.
      If your TV is connected to the internet, you can download the software update through the TV menu.
      If you’re watching a TV program, change the channel to see if the issue occurs on other channels.
      If it occurs on one channel only, the issue is with the broadcast. Contact your broadcast network provider for further assistance.
      Make sure that all cables are securely connected to your TV and your source device (set-top box, Blu-ray Disc player, home theater system, etc.)
      Play a different video source to determine if the issue occurs with other devices.
      On your TV, set the Game Mode setting accordingly. Not all TVs have this setting.
      Set the Game Mode to Off when watching TV or playing a DVD or Blu-ray Disc.
      Set the Game Mode to On when playing a video game.
      If a home theater system is connected to your TV with an optical cable, change the A/V Sync or Audio Delay setting on your home theater system (if available).
      Audio delay adjustments usually range from 0 milliseconds to approximately 250 milliseconds.
      Check your manual to see if A/V Sync or Audio Delay setting is available on your home theater system.
      For other manufacturers’ home theater systems, check the instruction manual or contact the manufacturer for information on how to adjust the A/V sync setting.
      If you’re using an Android TV or Google TV model and it’s connected to the HDMI In (ARC) or HDMI IN (eArc/ARC) port on an audio system, such as a soundbar or home theater system, try changing the Digital audio out, A/V sync, Pass through mode, and eARC mode settings:
      Set Digital audio out to PCM.
      Change the current A/V sync setting.
      Set Pass through mode to Auto
      Turn off eARC mode

      Regards,
      Rachel Gomez

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