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Old 30th October 2004
Dennis_Olof Dennis_Olof is offline
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Network buffering is what it says. Can be used in a lot of products.

Its just word for "delayed playback". Instead of the file/video or whatever starting playback you watch the video but it plays back from your local computer which has a file that is keeps storing data in.

This is becaus sometimes network transfers pause for a few seconds etc. It just prevents the jerky playback and is good for overloaded networks.

Most of the time you dont need it, it's just a good thing for streaming playback used on the web mostly and besides most "local LANs" shouldn't suffer this. I did however and though that would help me, but lucky for me I re-installed my XP on both machines and this did the trick. So I can now use the ordinary BSplayer again.

Next time I know it's not bsplayers fault if the playback is bad.

And I dont know if network cache works or not.
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