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Problems streaming dvd-images with XBMP

Discussion in 'Xbox - General discussion' started by Goggen, Jan 8, 2007.

  1. Goggen

    Goggen Member

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    I have som problems with streaming of dvd-images form my computer through my Xbox. I choose the "meny-file" for the dvd, then after some minutes theres lots of lag (i do have wired network).
    Normal smaller .avi and .mpeg files I can play with no problem. Anything I can do about this?
     
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    The Images are .vob files and so on
     
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    XBMP is no longer suppoorted nor used by 99.994% of Xbox users worldwide, upgrade to XBMC 2.0!
     
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    Obs, i meant XBMC!! Sorry, my fault. But is XMBC supposed to play with no problems? Hve tried to increase the cache for dvd's and movies to max, but I don't notice any differences.
     
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    XBMC should have no problems playing VOB (video-TS) files
    I have done it a number of times. Although i have wireless so i do not store them on the Xbox, they are on my PC and i just stream them to the Xbox using XBMC wirelessly.
    But they play just fine. With a wired system it should even be faster than my wireless.
    Are you playing the correct movie file to start the movie?
    There are a lot of files in a video TS folder and not all of them
    are to start the mivie, or even the movie itself.
     

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