video delay/radio audio workaround

Submitted by Fall of the Ho… on October 2nd, 2010 at 4:46 PM

I'm running freeware from daansystems.com.  The setup:

Radio (tuned to M game on your local station)

Line out of radio's headphone jack to computer's mike input

Daan program allows you to delay radio signal output up to 17 seconds.  Adjust accordingly, and blast Beckmann and Brandstatter through your computer speakers (or run aux out of your computer to your home theater.)

Comments

willywill9

October 2nd, 2010 at 5:26 PM ^

+1 to you, I will do this in the future, Pam is SLAUGHTERING this game.  Icing on the cake is this stupid TOP discussion.  Michigan can't help it if Indiana can't tackle.  What is M supposed to do? dive so as to keep longer possessions?  Idiots.

buddhafrog

October 2nd, 2010 at 5:33 PM ^

Thanks for the tip... However, I live in Korea and have to watch all my games via streams.  Being in Korea, I'm slightly out of radio signal range.  I can listen online, but the audio sync is much different than the video streams.  

Anyone know how to delay online audio to match my online video stream???

Tha Quiet Storm

October 3rd, 2010 at 2:56 PM ^

100% Pure Colombian Awesome.  I was just wondering if there was something out there like this.  I don't mind guys like Nessler and McDonough, but my days of putting up with the D-squad on the BTN, not to mention Tom Hammond and his sidekick du jour, are at an end. 

skateillini

November 6th, 2010 at 10:48 AM ^

Hi Guys.  Illini fan here.  My company just released software to offset the radio-to-HDTV audio delay.  If you try it out, I would welcome any comments.  Thanks.

http://www.wde-llc.com/sw_delay.html

Good luck in the game today.  Illini have been playing well as of late - good defense matched with efficient offense.  That said, I think the Michigan defense is due to have a good game.  We will see.