Posted by John Navas on 01/22/08 01:23
On Mon, 21 Jan 2008 16:16:13 -0800, "Bill's News"
<email@example.com> wrote in
>I recently moved my LG BD/HD player to a USB2 external box -
>using the internal slot for other SATA requirements. Some
>Blu-Ray MPEG2 recordings deliver a higher bit rate than DV from
>a camera. There is never a hiccup in the playback of these
That's because your player can tolerate latency (brief transfer delays).
Streaming real-time video can be quite different. It all depends on
whether (a) the source device can pause the stream without losing data
and (b) the target device can buffer enough data to tolerate such
pauses. Some can; some can't.
Panasonic DMC-FZ8 (and several others)
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