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So, at this point, I finally had a working wireless-N adapter on one of my TiVos. It was time to test it out. Initial testing When I made my first tests of Mac-based movie playback on the TiVo Series 3 in my bedroom, using the first of my two new N adapters — the second had yet to arrive — I was disappointed to find that they played with a certain amount of pixellation and, now and then, some brief breaking up of the image.

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First, though, I thought I'd just try restarting the TiVo and hoping that would cure the problem. I've already told in the section in blue above about what I had to do to fix that problem. It played flawlessly, and a 5-min. The same snippet, when played via the pyTivoX Now Playing list interface on the TiVo, did give me buffering underruns and hard pauses. That seemed to confirm my assumption that streaming works faster than playing the same file as it is being copied over the network to the TiVo's hard drive. That's key, so I'll repeat it: Streaming, using pyTiVoX's StreamBaby interface, works faster than playing the same video file as it is being copied over the network to the TiVo's hard drive, using pyTivoX's main interface.

My first test of wireless-N speeds seemed to show that streaming can keep up with a fairly high average bitrate of 12, kbps. Speed issues That result, alas, did not hold up for long. I'll tell why in a moment. First, some technical background: You can be sure that the moment-to-moment bitrate will fluctuate around this number, sometimes higher and sometimes lower. How much higher it gets, and how long it stays high, will likely determine whether there occurs a pause-inducing buffer underrun at any point during the streaming of the file. You have to hit Play again to get it to resume. At any time during playback, you can hit the Play button on the TiVo remote to see how far ahead of the actual playback point the green bar is moving.

The green bar indicates how much of the unplayed part of the video has already been buffered.

The further ahead of the actual playback point the green bar is, the less the chance of a buffer underrun any time soon. If that average bitrate won't stream without pausing, I knew my experiment with wireless-N would be because I'm so interested in streaming HD video to my TiVos something of a failure. So I was quite happy that my 5-min. Believe me, I tried to pull every rabbit I could out of every hat I could think of, but I could not find a way to achieve that last little increment of speed that would avert repeated buffering pauses on HD material. I Tivo hook up wizard ran an Ethernet cable from the router in my upstairs office to the Series 3 in my upstairs bedroom and to the TiVo HD in my downstairs living room, since I would have bet the farm that shifting to Ethernet speed would cure Dating sites portugal problem.

And, in further testing, the buffering pauses turned out to be just as rife with Ethernet as with wireless-N! It finally hit me that the only explanation — in my various tests I had eliminated all other possibilities — was that the network speed between my Mac and my TiVos was not the bottleneck. I'll report on that in a future post. In order to test that, I had first to receive my second wireless-N adapter, set it up, and hook it to the TiVo HD in my living room. That went without a hitch — though there was still one more problem to be dealt with, which I'll discuss momentarily. I found to my great satisfaction that there were basically no playback pauses!

For instance, as playback reached the min. It could even since the ticks on the bar are at crude 15 min. I started playback immediately after initiating the MRV transfer, and I did not pause playback at all and let buffering gain an unfair advantage over playback. This showed me that wireless-N is a tremendous success, compared with wireless-G, at speeding up MRV to the point where playback-amid-transferring can keep up with the transfer itself! I found that I had to reconfigure my N router, an Apple AirPort Extreme base station, to allow my two new N adapters to operate at their top 5.

My N router has four "radio modes," two of which are important to this discussion: They operated at 2. I could tell this simply by looking at the adapters. Each adapter has two LED status indicators, one for power and one for an active wireless network connection. There are some things to think about, like wiring it all up. Your Roamio's Dolby Digital 5. Because you're also going to hook up that Toslink optical cable, from the TV's digital audio output, right over to the digital audio input on the speaker bar. Stick a Blu-ray disk in, the TV switches inputs automatically, and playback just begins. The way HDMI was supposed to work.

Plug in the power for the Vizio subwoofer behind your couch. It's already automatically bluetooth paired with the speaker bar, so no wires from the TV to the subwoofer, making things much easier. You will then wire those small left and right speakers to the back of the subwoofer, and you're done. Only a few more simple, effective tweaks to go, to get things working even more nicely. Power up the TV, finish up those Samsung setup wizard questions, or just exit that wizard altogether, especially if you're not bothering with the Smart features.

Turn off the Smart TV welcome screen explained hereso you won't have to reach for the TV remote just to get out of that menu. That's right, stow it away, and just use the TiVo remote.


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