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marioV 10-30-2005 05:37 PM

flash player audio lag
Hello, I just installed Linux Debian on my pc, and its nice, i was a windows user and the only thing i didint like was the configuration, but past that its easier and faster. But ive got a problem, when i see a flash movie i didint have audio, then i installed alsa and everything i could find and now i can listen to it. the bad thing is that it is out of sync and i dont know how to correct this, so anything would help


thanto_ 11-07-2005 02:29 AM

me too
I'm having this exact same problem. No matter what I use to view the flash files, I get sound lag. I've tried with Konqueror and Firefox 1.06. According to about: plugins, I have Shockwave Flash 7.0 r25. I'm running Red Hat Fedora Core 4.

opto 07-22-2006 02:19 AM

I'm having the same problem (sort of) with sound as well
I just recently installed Fedora 5. When I play a video on google video or YouTube, I don't hear anything. I used to get sound, then I noticed that it was out of sync and later I can't get any sound at all. I checked the obvious stuff (volumn, settings, etc.). I'm running xmms so I can listen to my personal music and that works great; it's just the flash does not produce any sound.

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