Platform Specific Issues


Sets an offset (in ms) for the automatic audio sync fix node.




(integer value)

value in ms


&buffer=0 or &sync=0 will do the same thing -- it will try to auto-sync video and audio. Tiny negative offsets may work, like &sync=-25 is possible, but large negative offsets will not work. No clue if it is supported in OBS or not; works in Chromium/Chrome v76 or newer tho. Useful if the video device has a large delay that needs compensating for that isn't fixed automatically. &sync=500 without the &buffer command also will only add an audio delay; there will be no additional video buffer or delay.

Using may stop Echo Cancellation from working.