. Your result was in megabits (Mbs), which is about 6 megabytes (MBs). So, if you were streaming (downloading into a temp folder), you could download a 1 gig video file in about 6 minutes.. Of course, this precludes any bandwidth throttling on the part of the host (they have to divvy up there upload speed between all of the users).. Now, when you're streaming, you also have to consider a couple of other factors: of course your CPU, your GPU, and your HD speed. As you stream, the file writes to your HD just like any download, but is played immediately with a player, that's where your HD speed comes in. Your GPU will mostly affect the smoothness and quality of the video as it's being played, and your CPU speed will affect how all of these functions are coordinated.. Sometimes, it has nothing really to do with the host at all, or your ISP, but rather your land line. Think of the internet line running through your neighborhood as a water pipe: the pipe can only hold (and stream) so much water at any given time. If everyone on your street were to turn on all of their faucets at the same time, the water would not come out as strong.
I researced up on this as many people have already stated it wasn't issues to actually release until August. Some companies though released it early for the pilot only. So might have to wait until summer time for this one sorry guys
hi,. I would advise this movie to any guy out there who is looking to watch a film with his wife or girlfriend and needs to enjoy the time at the movies himself. The film is dramatic, funny, (very comedic at moments) and overall heartwarming.
Another good episode! 2014 is really starting out great with the new crime drama series! I never knew this was a remake or that it was based on a book lol regardless.. glad I have A&E and Internet (Solar) Peace!
I'd like to upload links for an old TV series but being so old and so rare the only host I found is the Internet Archive (archive.org) which of course is not in this list, I know it sounds crazy but it works really well for me...