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#1 Robinson

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Posted 30 November 2014 - 23:09

Since quite a long time I have been experiencing the following when using a streaming feature in OpenWebif.

When I first open a stream, it stutters terribly and is not watchable at all (I tried watching for a few minutes but nothing changed). 

After closing the stream and opening again the same stream (or any other) it can be watched perfectly on my home computer.

Am I the only one experiencing this? I am using ET9000 and 10/100 wired Ethernet connection to my router.

 


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Re: Streaming using VLC #2 Robinson

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Posted 2 December 2014 - 08:48

Nobody else is experiencing this?


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Re: Streaming using VLC #3 XtrendET

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Posted 2 December 2014 - 10:04

I have not tried streaming via webif, but streaming between two ET10000. This doesn't work anymore. Loooong interruptions. (Simple playback of a file on the HDD of the other ET).

 

Also, a simple playback of file on a NAS causes long interruptions. Even the read-in of a directory takes minutes.

 

I have the impression that something went wrong with the network-related part of the image.

 

This is an important feature for me and it would be great if someone from the PLI team could check this.



Re: Streaming using VLC #4 Erik Slagter

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Posted 2 December 2014 - 14:35

There is nothing wrong with "the network-related part of the image". The image finds a network interface, assigns an ip adres and the linux kernel + driver does the rest.

 

I am not saying there can't be a problem, I am saying it cannot be related to anything in the image.


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Re: Streaming using VLC #5 Robinson

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Posted 7 December 2014 - 19:37

XtrendET, I think what you are referring to is something different.

I am talking about a very specific situation.

I start streaming a HD channel (not sure about SD) and it is unwatchable, so I stop streaming and start again (everything is done via OpenWebif and VLC) and this time the picture runs smooth.

Noone else experiencing this on ET9x00?


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Re: Streaming using VLC #6 Erik Slagter

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Posted 8 December 2014 - 11:30

I've seen that phenomenon on various STB'es from various manufactureres. Only not that much.


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Re: Streaming using VLC #7 Robinson

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Posted 8 December 2014 - 14:43

So I understand it is not a common issue and may be related to an individual setup, such as router used, VLC version etc.?


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