[TriLUG] MythTV and exchanging data
oberry at trilug.org
Sat Apr 28 20:11:16 EDT 2007
Am I right in thinking you want a server and client operating over the
Internet? I don't have such a system, but my thoughts are that it should
be possible if you can transfer video data in quite a bit less time than
it would take to watch. For example, if you can consistently transfer
half an hour of video in 15 mins or less, it *should* work. Of course,
you have no control over your network and it may vary from day to day
(or time of day).
I have considered setting up a client and server over my wireless
network, which has some of the same issues, I guess, except my
neighbours have less influence over my bandwidth. :-)
On Sat, 2007-04-28 at 14:48 -0400, Brian McCullough wrote:
> I have a possibly strange question, but I suspect that somebody here has
> thought about it.
> Is it possible, and practical, to set up a MythTV system in one house
> and pass the captured data to another MythTV system in another house?
> The reason that I am asking this way, is to consider the bandwidth
> issues of "The Internet" as well. If you have considered such a system,
> what bandwidth is required from the sending system ( what does
> BellSouth/TWC have to sell you ) ?
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