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Renaissance: Lip Sync issues

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    Renaissance: Lip Sync issues

    Hi guys,

    I watched my first movie on my new VUDU last night, Renaissance, and was pretty happy with the video quality (the titles were a bit fuzzy, but the movie looked fine). However, the movie had serious lip-sync problems. I know this movie was originally in French, then re-dubbed into English, but based on the talent involved, I'd be surprised if they did that poor of a job. Though I still hope it's a content, not a hardware issue.

    Later, I watched a bit of each of the free Bourne HD movies (WOW do those look good!) and there were no lip-sync issues and the 5.1 sound was great.

    I forgot to write down my system id, so I'll have to add that later if it's needed.

    I can't wait for more HD content, or at least SD with 5.1 sound...

    -John
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    Re: Renaissance: Lip Sync issues

    John,

    The lip-sync issue are coming from the content provider. The VUDU doesn't do any of the dubbing. I would be willing to bet the DVD version of this movie would have the same type of issue.

    Yea I really like the quality of the Bourne movies also. The sound was great and it really shows off what HD can do.

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      Re: Renaissance: Lip Sync issues

      John,

      Another great movie to watch on the Vudu is 300. Sadly, it's not in 5.1 yet but the video looks outstanding..

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        Re: Renaissance: Lip Sync issues

        I would really like to see the new KING KONG in HD on the Vudu, with all the CGI I bet this movie would look amazing!!!!

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          Re: Renaissance: Lip Sync issues

          Originally posted by RonV View Post
          The lip-sync issue are coming from the content provider. The VUDU doesn't do any of the dubbing. I would be willing to bet the DVD version of this movie would have the same type of issue.
          Actually, I did some searching and it looks like the studio completely re-rendered the facial animations for the English release so it wouldn't look dubbed. Also, no one on Netflix has complained about lip-sync issues in 98 reviews, so it seems to be fine on the DVD. So, either the VUDU encode has issues, or my hardware is having issues on non-HD material. I'll have to watch another SD title to hopefully rule out the hardware being the problem.

          -John
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