Question about Belkin Wireless Cable/DSL Gateway Router
Posted by Anonymous on
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.
Posted on Feb 16, 2006
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