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  1. Chicken McNewblet
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    Question in the title - I have a pair of Bluetooth headphones which I like but the audio lag is annoying as piss when watching videos. Is there any way, either at the app level or the OS level, to introduce video lag by a preset millisecond value so that things line up again?
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    Originally Posted by CursedLemon View Post
    Question in the title - I have a pair of Bluetooth headphones which I like but the audio lag is annoying as piss when watching videos. Is there any way, either at the app level or the OS level, to introduce video lag by a preset millisecond value so that things line up again?
    what is your playback device ?? VLC media player lets you adjust the audio via a negative number - https://www.techhive.com/article/807839/bluetooth-latency-audio-lag-and-how-to-minimiz...r-devices.html
    do you get the same results if you use wired headphones ??
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  3. Most software media players have the ability to advance (or delay) the audio relative to the video. VLC, MPCHC, MPCBE, Potplayer, KMPlayer, etc.
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    Originally Posted by october262 View Post
    Originally Posted by CursedLemon View Post
    Question in the title - I have a pair of Bluetooth headphones which I like but the audio lag is annoying as piss when watching video. Is there any way, either at the app level or the OS level, to introduce video lag by a preset millisecond value so that things line up again?
    what is your playback device ?? VLC media player lets you adjust the audio via a negative number - https://www.techhive.com/article/807839/bluetooth-latency-audio-lag-and-how-to-minimiz...r-devices.html
    do you get the same results if you use wired headphones ??
    I think it's too complicated. I use PotPlayer for this - great results! It allows to increase or decrease the speed of the sound in 0.05 s increments.
    Last edited by ZacSc; 8th Mar 2024 at 09:15.
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  5. In VLC the permanent setting is Tools -> Preferences -> All (at the bottom left, under "Show Settings") -> Audio -> Audio Desynchronization Compensation, set to milliseconds. Positive values delay the audio, negative values advance it. You have to Save, exit the program, then restart it for the setting to take effect.
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