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Old 30th November 2006
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Default Strange behaviour of the network buffer

You'll se in here details for 2 video files, played from a DVD drive, with network buffer activated for optical drives. Both are MEPG2 files, using same filter to decode.
1. It's a real 720p TS file, for wich the network buffer doesn't get activated
2. It's a 1080i TS file, for wich the buffer gets activated, but after 1-2 secs of stuttering playback.

The files are around 500 MB, no big difference between them (450 vs 550 MB, but that's not much)

Would this be a bug or a feature ? Same files play from HDD with no problem at all.
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Sorry, i don't know answer to your question,but i'm asking that; is it more "hard drive friendly" to play hdd videos using buffering than without it?
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It's more friendly to play HD videos from HDD, because of the high transfer rates. Buffering will help. if you have a large amount of memory. I do have only 1 GB.
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