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Streaming Video Over Network

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Hello everyone, just a quick question today.

I mostly use VLC for watching videos, and one thing I noticed when watching a video on my desktop, from my laptop over just a standard 802.11b connection, it stutters a little here and there.

I know I could set up a streaming server and client, and so one, but isn't there just a simple way to tell VLC that when I open video file over the network it should buffer a little more of the video, like 5 seconds worth or something?

It sounds like it should be simple, but my searches haven't really yielded anything. Any help would be appreciated.
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