I think if were to hard code the bitrate of the stream this may help... Otherwise my guess is the roku will buffer "worst case".
Array of bitrates in kbps for content streams
[384, 500, 1000, 1500]
But im not sure if this is supported when doing audio...
It only buffers the amount that it calculates that it needs to buffer, based on the bandwidth of the stream and the recent network bandwidth.
Mark,It only buffers the amount that it calculates that it needs to buffer, based on the bandwidth of the stream and the recent network bandwidth.
in this case it might be time to revise the algorithm
Buaboo is talking of audio-only streams, and according to his posts in this thread[/url:2mctimun] the Netflix/Amazon Wonderbox-Thingy (TM alanmc) seems to fill the entire ...
Well, I can't tell exactly what's happening without more information. Obviously Pandora and other audio streams start up almost instantly and don't do a lot of pre buffering. I've seen cases like this caused by the script passing an invalid value for the stream bandwidth. That's the first thing I'd check.