[mythtv-users] Re: Xbox frontend problems with recordings
mark at luntzel.com
Thu Mar 17 19:01:29 UTC 2005
do you guys have issues with playing divx / mpeg through mythvideo /
mplayer and lirc? or does it all just work for you and I just have the
normal Mark voodoo?
On Mar 17, 2005, at 10:49 AM, Tony Lill wrote:
> The problem is probably NFS, or at least NFS over udp. If you unmount
> the backend from your xbox, then it will use a tcp connection to the
> backend, and it should be smoother. It probably uses this method for
> live tv. You could also try setting the tcp option in /etc/fstab. I
> haven'd tried that yet, but unmounting the backend store fixed the
> playback hiccups.
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> Stephen Atkins <atkinss at shaw.ca> writes:
>> Hello all. I'm still having a few issues with playing back a
>> on the xbox front end. Live TV is no problem. It looks like the back
>> end isn't sending the video over the network in a constant enough
>> stream. I'm using a 10/100 broad band router and these are the only
>> machines on the network so I'm sure its not other network congestion.
>> I was wondering if anyone out there who has an xbox setup could let me
>> know what settings they are using in their recording profiles or any
>> where else that might make a difference. I'm using a pvr-250 BTW.
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