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Roamio Plus Gigabit performance

Discussion in 'TiVo Roamio DVRs' started by kbmb, Oct 9, 2013.

  1. moyekj

    moyekj Well-Known Member

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    Make sure it's apples vs apples. If you have "quick transfers" turned on in TiVo Desktop then you should turn on TS Transfers in kmttg.
     
  2. kbmb

    kbmb Active Member

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    This option doesn't work for me. The download fails each time.

    -Kevin
     
  3. moyekj

    moyekj Well-Known Member

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    What is TiVo Desktop set to? If you have "fast transfers" turned on there and it's working then kmttg TS Transfers should work too for the same title. All TTG programs download programs the same way via http, so given you are downloading same program in same container and to the same destination drive, there should not be a big difference in transfer speeds.
     
  4. kbmb

    kbmb Active Member

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    In Tivo Desktop I have the File Transfer Speed (Use the fastest method) checked.

    Yeah, weird......I just tried again in kmttg and it's working now. And the transfers are faster.

    I guess the only downside is you lose the ability to decode the files if you wanted to.

    -Kevin
     
  5. moyekj

    moyekj Well-Known Member

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    If using tivodecode, yes, but not if you have VideoRedo.
     
  6. shortcut3d

    shortcut3d New Member

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    Windows and OSX have shown the same transfer speeds for me. I also checked on a Synology NAS on both the interface, and disk writes. In addition, I was able to confirm transfer speeds on a Ubiquiti ER-POE router, which shows individual port Tx/Rx.
     
  7. Dan203

    Dan203 Super Moderator Staff Member TCF Club

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    I just log into the web interface and download via a browser and use it's Kbps rating as my metric.
     

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