Audio synchronization

Robin, Michael
October 2000
Broadcast Engineering;Oct2000, Vol. 42 Issue 11, p28
Trade Publication
Explores the lip-sync problems associated with audio and video synchronization in television (TV) broadcasting. Synchronization of analog audio and analog video; Cause of lip-sync problems in TV production; Synchronism in compressed digital TV; Impact of digital TV on lip-sync problems.


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