Ok, so I have a bluray rip of the first Pokemon movie and I used a program called Any Video Converter to change it to MPEG4 so my PS3 could read it. When I played both the rip and the converted rip on my computer, they worked fine, but if I play the converted rip on my PS3 the video lags about 2 seconds behind the audio. I've been all over the internet looking for answers but it's either full of nerds talking far over my head about editing video scripts or whatever or problems concerning laggy audio instead of laggy video. I'm using a PS3 Slim, I have no idea which model, only that it came with a Move and Sports Champions as well as Tumble pre-installed on it and I only bought it because my old phat one died a horrible death from too many PS2 games so all I can say for certain is that it neither has a giant ass or a Jenny Craig body, it's just a normal Slim circa 2010 maybe? I'm using regular composite cables, no HDMI (and if anyone gets on my case about it it's because my eyesight is crap and I couldn't care less about HD since I wouldn't notice the difference anyway), and my external HDD isjust a slightly older Western Digital formatted to FAT32 by default. I should note that playing anything else seems to work just fine as I also have a rip of FMA Brotherhood from abluray and experience no audio lag as well as a non-HD Paranoia Agent a nerdy anime friend helped me locate online. Apparently blu-ray quality just runs into problems sometimes as my mom has the same issue with her Korra rips on her computer which uses an HD monitor so that could also be my issue. If anyone has some kind of fix I'd greatly appreciate it. This has kind of ruined my movie night and now I have to find some other campy anime to watch.