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Problems with video types?

Just curious if anyone else is having problems with certain video types on their player. most files upload with no problemo, but i do experience some audio sync problem (audio is like 3 seconds ahead of the video) when i use .mov and .avi files. anyone having problems like this? .wmv works great, just those files giving me some trouble. also is there any way to pause the player so the audio can sync up?

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