08-16-2009 09:38 AM - edited 08-16-2009 09:38 AM
Hey Verizon? Got a Beta-testing team? I'd love to be a part of it...
Got the latest updates as of today, Windows XP running MM. Content off a Network drive. All local video previews on the local player are fine indicating my system should be fast enough. It IS an AMD 1.24Ghz/512MB system which as a slave should be plenty fast.
Your DEMO video stutters and looks horrible. All my videos that can play do the same thing.
There seems to be a problem with handshaking to the box and I notice there doesn't seem to be ANY buffering? No FF/RW/PAUSE control either?
Internet videos do the same thing.
Again, no FF/REW/PAUSE control. Missing Randomize function?
Is there a more active forum addressing issues with the media manager? Mine studders horrible on every single video of which they look pretty aweful. I'm hooked to a gigabit network so speed isn't the issue - it seems that the software just can't deal with video yet?
Are you able to stream pictures/audio? If so, what file format is the video in?
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07-22-2009 06:00 AM - edited 07-22-2009 06:02 AM
The streaming music and the photo's work fine. I also established the security pin but that had no effect. The formats for the videos are AVI, MPG and WMV.. I'm running the XP Pro operating system.
The sample FIOS video (Japan Harbor) doesn't work either..
Same error message.