Just tried some .ts files I had. It plays. A couple problems though. One, as expected, wireless speeds cannot keep up. The picture looks great, but I get continuous audio breakups. Two, there is a noticable time delay from going to one .ts file to the next. The content I have breaks .ts files into 144mb chunks. I expect the wired connection to solve the first problem, but I'm not sure about the second.
I tried wired ethernet and ran into the exact same problem I was having with wireless. I got constant audio stuttering. The picture looks good, with no breakups, but it goes a little slow and doesn't synch even with the garbled audio. I run a Gig network and have several Gig and 10/100 switches on the network. In this case I was going through 2 Gig switches.
OTOH, I was happy when I copied the same High Def material onto the hard drive and it played perfectly. There is still the noticable delay going from one .ts file to the next. There seems to be no buffering going on, which is too bad. If MVIX doesn't provide a solution to that problem, I may have to look into those tools that edit .ts files.
The poor implementation only rears up when trying to get HDTV (720p/1080i) transfer rates.
That's for sure. The poor implementation of what? SMB? I definately don't have a problem playing DIVX and DVD rips wireless or wired. I know from past experience that 100Mb is fine for playing HiDef material across SMB on XP class machines.
Chris (running 1.1.15 firmware)