[mythtv-users] Speed optimizing for Remote frontend?

Stuart Larson halcyon at obfus.com
Tue Sep 4 15:25:06 UTC 2007

> On Tue, 4 Sep 2007 10:49:09 -0400
>   "John Drescher" <drescherjm at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 9/4/07, Mailing Lists <mlists at dressler.ca> wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I have a great system running at home on a fast
>>>  I also have a second 'home' in another city where I
>>> commute for work.  I have established a vpn between both
>>> places and I can see the myth backend, web etc.  I would
>>> like to be able to watch live or delayed live tv over
>>> link but its rather jumpy.  The links are both on 8mb
>>> cable modems with 'some' delay but its fairly stable.
>> This is the download speed. It would be great if you had
>>8mb/8mb but I
>> bet that is not your connection speed. What do you have
>>as an upload
>> speed?
>> John
> You are correct -- I have 768 upload.
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You may be able to transcode to flash and stream from mythweb - that's
what I do at work through a tunneled SSH session.  With 768 upload, you
can get pretty good quality, though liveTV won't work that way.  I think
the SVN version of myth has a mythweb that has streaming capabilities, but
I'm not too familiar with it...

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