A little help please - video breakup

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  1. m10dos

    m10dos New Member

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    Hi all

    I'm a bit of a novice with MediaPortal so I may have made some glaring mistakes in my setup so please bare with me. I have setup MediaPortal as follows:
    • A dedicated media/TV server
    • Two client media pc's
    The media/TV server spec is:
    • Zotac Z77 motherboard
    • intel i7 processor
    • 16GB ram
    • 128GB SSD main drive
    • 4TB in raid 5
    • BlackGold BGT3650
    Client specs
    • 8GB ram
    • 128GB SSD drive
    All three are connected over a Gb LAN and running Window 7 64bit. MediaPortal server is setup as follows:
    • MediaPortal software installed on OS partition
    • Recordings, Films, TV series, Music files stored on 4TB Raid 5 drive
    • TV Streams are stored on a 12GB RAM drive
    Everything works fine except when you are viewing one HD channel and recording another SD or HD channel the picture being viewed keeps breaking up. Stop the recording and the HD picture is fine. Any help would be most appreciated.


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