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MPEG2 Can I play MPEG2 files over my wireless connection?

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MPEG and MPEG2 are video file formats. Although the theoretical maximum data rate for wireless connections is 11 megabits per second (Mbps), most communication occurs at about 4 or 5 Mbps. To play correctly, a MPEG2-encoded file can require between 4 and 6 Mbps of bandwidth, depending on the size of the image. For example, you might be able to play a low resolution video over your wireless connection, but you're likely to experience stuttering or image corruption when playing a DVD-quality video over the same connection. To prevent this problem, copy the MPEG2 files to your computer over the wireless connection, and then play the files locally.

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