[mythtv-users] Compressing Streamed Data. . .?
gberz3 at gmail.com
Sat Jun 2 15:10:41 UTC 2007
I've currently got a MythTV backend running downstairs. I've got two
computers upstairs that I watch it on. One problem I'm having,
however, is the amount of data that is being streamed across the
network. When there is only one viewing machine I has the ability to
bring my router to it's knees, resulting in everyone on the network
being disconnected. I've tried connecting over SSH with compression,
but all that does is result in choppy video. Are there any myth
settings for strictly streaming?
FYI, I've tried the whole Darwin Streaming Server setup, but
nuvexport and myth3gp both "break" due to some problems with
FFMPEG. . .soooooo frustrating. Anyway. . .
Thanks in advance,
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