A few general questions

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  1. Minefield

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    I currently use XBMC to view downloaded TV episodes on my TV, but have just built a HTPC to take over that roll. I've just downloaded the latest version of MP and have a few questions.
    1. Sometimes TV shows (.AVI's) have A/V sync issues. On the XBMC it's easy to just offset the audio to match the video. Is there a function to do this in MP?
    2. I stream the files from another computer over a wireless network, can I alter the buffer amount so small changes in my connection speed don't slow down playback?
    3. XBMC can play media files directly out of .RAR archives. (i.e. without having to unarchive them). Can MP do this?



    I'm using ffdshow BTW.

    Thanks in advance, any help would be appreciated.
     
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