There isn't any way to control the audio sync by stream source that I am aware of, but you might be able to make it work via the "advancedsettings.xml" file. (https://kodi.wiki/view/Advancedsettings.xml). A search on Kodi's forum for 'audio sync' might also find some good results. Unfortunately, I really don't know how to do this one; it would definitely a Kodi-level setting, the PVR doesn't do the decoding, it just hands the raw data off.DornoDios wrote: ↑Tue Dec 15, 2020 10:17 am I have an AVR that's hooked up to a monitor. When using Kodi to play videos from my library all the audio is ahead by .3 seconds exactly. So I set the .3s delay in Kodi "for all media". When I watch DirecTV or I stream Netflix the audio is in sync. Is there an option to delay the audio for a PVR/DVR like you can when playing back an individual file in Kodi?
My AVR has "Auto Sync" but it doesn't appear to have any effect when playing library videos in Kodi. I still have auto-sync turned on, but regardless I need to delay audio in Kodi by .3s then it is perfect. I could set the delay on my AVR directly, but since the issue does not occur with Netflix or Amazon Prime I'd have to adjust it anytime I use one of those apps. I could probably tolerate that, but I just realized I'd also have to adjust it every single time I want to use my PC. So I'd have to go back and forth constantly and that just won't work. I passthrough the audio to my AVR because obviously that's the whole point, lol.
Below is what I think the answers to my questions may be.
Yes, Kodi can delay PVR/DVR audio the same way it delays audio for videos played from the library. (This is more of a hope than a guess, lol)
Slo-mo is not possible, nor is frame by frame.
Yes, I can copy recordings off the scribe to a local HDD, but I can not place recordings back onto the Scribe if they are removed.
Can I copy a recording from the Scribe and leave the original in place?
Once again thanks so much, you've been incredibly helpful. Not only with answering my questions, but you wrote the entire add-on that I'm going to use! If only the world had more people like you in it!
Slo-mo is not possible, nor is frame-by-frame -- correct.
You can put recordings back onto the Scribe, but you may need to restart it to pick them up. Latest version of the RECORD engine seems to pick them up right away, so that limitation may be long gone. What you can't do is put any old .MPG file onto the Scribe and expect it to work, it needs to have the proper header data in generated by the RECORD engine. The .MPG files are actually .TS files (MPEG-TS), and the first 64 packets contain JSON metadata in them. Without that, the Scribe won't be able to use the file.