Wow, who needs streaming?

Discussion in 'TiVo Coffee House - TiVo Discussion' started by Aero 1, Dec 22, 2011.

  1. Aero 1

    Aero 1 Active Member

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    obviously people who have flagged recordings, but i was shocked at this speed.

    just got another premiere and im getting ridiculous fast MRV transfers. one premiere is on a moca bridge and the other is on ethernet. i knew it would be faster than the 18 Mb/s i was getting from premiere to hd, now its at 84 Mb/s.

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  2. aadam101

    aadam101 Tell me a joke

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    I switched to MoCa and I get crazy speeds now too.
     
  3. aaronwt

    aaronwt UHD Addict

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    80mb/s to 90mb/s transfer rates have always been the norm for Premiere to Premiere transfers.
     
  4. aadam101

    aadam101 Tell me a joke

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    I couldn't get speeds like that on Wireless. My house is too large and things were just too far away from each other. Even with AP's, I just couldn't pull it off. My house is now completely MoCa and everything is freaking awesome!

    Since I have Verizon and no copy protection, I don't need streaming.
     
  5. gastrof

    gastrof Hubcaps r in fashion

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    That's odd. I have Verizon and my non-TiVo hard drive recorder has gotten a few recordings that couldn't be transferred to DVD because they were flagged as "don't copy this".

    I now have a filter between the cable box and the recorder and all is well, except the filter also removes closed captioning.

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  6. aaronwt

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    That typically depends on the DVD burner. The one I have did the same thing with S3 boxes as well as the Premiere for certain titles. Fortunately I only use it for some recordings that my GF schedules.
     
  7. lrhorer

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    Eighty-four Mbps hardly constitutes "crazy". Jamie P has reported transfer speeds above 112 Mbps using backported drivers and a Gig-E / USB adapter on an S3 TiVo.
     
  8. aadam101

    aadam101 Tell me a joke

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    They are crazy for me compared to what I used to get. It used to take 3-4 hours to transfer a 1 hour program.
     
  9. lrhorer

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    Now THAT'S crazy.
     
  10. aadam101

    aadam101 Tell me a joke

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    It sure is. I couldn't quite identify that the problem was. Switching to a MoCa network took care of it.
     
  11. aaronwt

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    Sounds like you had a 10mb/s link in there somewhere which is why it took so long to transfer.

    All it takes is one of the two pairs used for 100mb/s to be damaged and it will drop down to 10mb/s speeds.
     
  12. aadam101

    aadam101 Tell me a joke

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    That's very possible. I was having a hard time keeping a wireless connection in other parts of the house too so I just decided to scrap my old setup and make as many devices wired as I could. MoCa was an AWESOME and CHEAP solution.
     

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