If you use remote play on the PlayStation TV a lot, the 3.35 update scheduled for release tomorrow to match the 2.0 patch for the PS4 will include a welcome feature.
Thats good! Maybe that will help lower any leg ? Hope soo!
The best way to lower any leg is to use a hip. Well, unless it's your "middle leg"... :/
He meant lag...
You're a fool...LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL OL.
It's called a joke people, just because he didn't use /s doesn't mean it isn't....
Yeah no problem man. I know what you mean. You think you've seen the limit to human stupidity but somehow manage to be surprised almost on a daily basis. Imo it was harmless fun. Gave me a little chuckle lol.
I imagine that will help. As well as maybe allow you to play in the original resolution for more of a classic feel?
I do hope so! Thanks for the support (above), by the way - it amazes me how thick some people can be. It was just a little joke based on the OP's typo. I thought it was harmless fun! :)
so guys what do you'll think would it be smart for sony to do holiday bundles with ps4 +ps tv and bundles with ps4 + vita with special black friday pricing?
Yo shouts to Yoshi-P haha !
This thing lags too much day one was fine. Now it disconnects or its to slow can't be the network fios working fine its just connecting to PS4 that currently the problem. Playing Killzone Mercs though was nice.
I suggest buying a powerline adapter and hooking up the console to the router that way.
Im using a powerline adapter and it works perfectly.
Yup. Working without a hitch hardwired. Just make sure the pstv is not set to connect directly to ps4 through wifi as well. I had major lag when i first plugged it in because I forgot to uncheck the direct connect in the PS4 settings.
I'm interested in getting one of these, but I have a quick question. Does this connect to the router through wi-fi, then i connect the console through a wire to the device? Or do I go wired from the adapter to the router, then wireless from the console to the adapter??
Also might help if you go under your settings in your ps4, check your remote play settings, and change it to correct directly to the ps4 instead of over the network, it will and should increase all performance. If on the other hand you already knew this knifty trick, I have no ideas as what to tell you.
Thanks all I will try that never bothered checking but I am wired so I will try the suggestions and try again I thought maybe it was the network cable but my PS3 works fine.
They need to get streaming working better all together. We have the technology to stream much larger content packets than what the remote play streams. I'd I can stream oh twitch a crisp 720p/30fps with only a 6 meg upolad, I should be able to stream 1080p 30fps on a local network! Improve the code! Lowering the quality shouldn't be the anawer
This could be good, you might be able to raise the quality for stronger connections
Will it fix the problems the reviews reported about how its remote play doesn't work as well as a Vita? What about Netflix/Hulu support?
Funny enough, it supports the PS3 BD remote (works just fine) but doesn't have ANY media playback apps. WTH.
Replying to myself...Hah! I got Hulu Plus working on the PS TV running on the PS4, though. You have to start in on the PS4 and then connect with the Vita while in Hulu Plus and voila, it works through remote play...
This is BS. The lag sure isn't my network. I have a wire and a GB router...even WiFi would be fast enough. Heck, it is flawless on the Vita across the ocean to Europe but lags as hell from my living room to my bedroom with the router in the middle - no matter if cable or not. Whatever it is, somethings not working on the Vita TV. Maybe it really is the quality settings since this is a full 1280x720 resolution on a 42" plasma vs the 960x540 on the Vita...but I rather think this is a bandwidth issue when the Vita must actually push a 720p res (what this basically is).
Whatever it was...it works with the latest update. High settings, same network...
How about actually improving the Remote Play experience without having to downgrade the video quality? So much potential right there.
Whatever they did in FW 3.35, it drastically improved my remote play experience with the PSTV. Games that I could barely play because of latency before are now perfectly playable. It does work better dropping the visual quality down, but even on the high setting, it works a lot better. It's still probably not good enough for a competitive FPS but for the games I tried, it was fine. I'm on a wireless network with both devices and my router is a few years old (so not blazing fast)
Same here. I did not downgrade the quality, but the lag is gone.
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