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    WMP xbox 360 sharing

    This is a discussion on WMP xbox 360 sharing within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; I think the Xbox 360's USB spec is 2.0, so that shouldn't be a problem. Have you tried playing the ...

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      Re: WMP xbox 360 sharing

      I think the Xbox 360's USB spec is 2.0, so that shouldn't be a problem.

      Have you tried playing the videos on your computer to see if that stutter still occurs? It's possible that the stutter isn't as a result of the Xbox, or the bandwidth but that it is actually a part of the video file.

      Apart from that I'm not sure.


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      Re: WMP xbox 360 sharing

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      I don't claim to know much about the XBox's system architecture but even if the USB ports are nominally USB2, since they are usually used to connect low bandwidth peripherals such as a game controller, mouse or Keyboard (I assume) there is no need for the bus they are connected to to have a high capacity. I don't know of any XBox USB peripherals which would need the bandwidth to be able to shift a large amount of data in a short time - Do you know of any? I am not an XBox user.

      However I agree that you do need a known good MP4 file to make the test relevant. I still think it would be better to use an ethernet crossover cable to connect the XBox to the PC as this way you are using the transport mechanism the OP wishes to use eventually and you can guarantee the quality of the connection with no contention from other devices on his network. Anything else is like comparing apples with oranges.

     

     
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