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Help me my recorded video is lame. the sound didn't match the video.. the video played first, a few seconds later then only the sound comes out.. so, when the video is playing, mouth movement is earlier from the sound that should come out.. i use acer crystal eye webcam for acer aspire 4930 laptop.. help me how to solve it

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