Repair Audio Lag in VLC

Audio and video synchronization refers to the corresponding timing of the video and sound information during creating, mixing, transferring, transmitting and playback of the video files. Audio video lags or out of sync errors are generally noticed when there is a minute or severe time difference in the video played and its corresponding sound track. There can be various reasons for causing these errors to appear such as file corruption, damage, transmission errors, etc. Read on to know how to overcome such errors while playing VLC files.

An AVI file, also known as Audio Video Interleaved is a multimedia video file format with file extension of .avi. This file format was created by Microsoft in the year 1992. AVI files basically include audio and video information that performs a synced media playback when the .vlc file is played. This multimedia file format is the most highly preferred file extensions used for storing and playing video clips, animations and movies on all major computing platforms including Windows based computers, Mac and mobiles.

AVI file malfunctions:

An AVI file may lose its normal video playback nature or at times, can even get completely inaccessible when the AVI file is damaged or when it goes through any data corruption scenarios. There can be umpteen number of reasons that can be held accountable for causing AVI videos to get corrupted on a Windows based computer. However, some of the most common ones are listed in the following section. Once it gets damaged or corrupt, you may not be able to play it naturally and you will have to repair that VLC file in order to get it playable again.  

Probable actions leading to AVI audio lag errors:

If an AVI files that is stored on your Windows based PC or any other computer witnesses any of the following or similar scenarios, there will be high possibilities that the video will get damaged, or it won’t be able to run normally.

  • Incorrect moving of video files is one of the major reasons for video file corruptions on all computing systems
  • Facing power related problems while downloading or moving files from one location to another can cause harm to those files
  • Downloading VLC videos from the internet which were broken or damaged before downloading them, will make those files unable to play normally
  • Converting the AVI movies to any other file format in a wrong manner or with the help of untrusted or malfunctioning application can cause major harm to those files
  • Facing any interruptions from external sources while accessing VLC files can cause damage to those video files
  • Facing problems while downloading files from internet or interrupting the current download session can corrupt those video files.
  • Constantly moving video files from one platform to another, for example, moving the files from Windows to Mac OS X based computers or from a phone to computer can cause those files to get corrupt

Using Remo Repair AVI to repair audio lag in VLC files:

No matter what the real cause for AVI file corruption is, the most promising option for repairing a VLC file with audio lag errors is by making use of Remo Repair AVI for all Windows enabled systems. For fixing sound lag issues, this tool separates the audio and video data from a VLC file, repairs it and correspondingly adjoins it to enable the video to perform synchronized video playback.

This powerful video fix software can effectively resolve almost all video related corruptions and errors including AVI out-of-sync problems, header file damages, data corruption, and the like with ease.


Steps to repair audio lag in VLC using Remo Repair AVI:

Step 1: Download Remo Repair AVI and install it. Run the software & then select AVI file, which is to be repaired using “Browse” option.

Repair Audio Lag VLC - Select AVI File

Figure 1: Select AVI File

Step 2: Once you select the AVI file, click on “Repair” option to start the repair process.

Fix Sound Lag VLC - Repair Process

Figure 2: Repair Process

Step 3: After repair completion, the program displays the AVI video file description. Now you can preview the repaired AVI video before saving it to the storage device.

Repair Sound Lag VLC - Preview AVI File

Figure 3: Preview AVI File

Step 4: Finally, save your repaired AVI file to your desired destination location using "Save".

Resolve Audio Lag VLC - Save AVI File

Figure 4: Save AVI File