Fix wireless audio streaming delay for YouTube
There is always a delay when streaming audio from your device to a receiver (Apple TV, AirPlay speakers, Sonos, Network Player, TuneBlade, Bluetooth, etc.). This is not a big issue when streaming music but any video will become out of sync. This Chrome Extension attempts to solve this problem for YouTube.
The extension allows adjusting to a positive delay as well as a negative one making it possible to correct any YouTube video that has been uploaded out of sync.
One time set up:
- Play a YouTube video
- Right click on the extension icon, then click on Options
- Adjust the latency slider until the audio becomes in sync with the video
- You can enable/disable the sync adjustment by clicking on the extension's icon.
YouTube Audio/Video Sync works by muting the original video and reloading only the audio adjusted to the selected delay.
-YouTube Live Videos are not supported.
-This extension (at least for now) will only work on youtube.com, embedded YouTube players on other websites will not work.
This is an open source project, licensed under GPLv3