Same. PS4, 90 megs down, no issues with Netflix, Amazon, IGN, or YouTube apps. Just the Vue. Was fine for a week, now it buffers to the point of being unwatchable - especially DVR.
What's your up. It seems everyone forgets upload speed..
Device: Fire TV (Gen 2)
Speed: 300D, 30U.
Alot of buffering after 8pm eastern time. No problems during the day. I'm not going to subscribe if this isn't fixed really soon. Using amazon fire tv over 85mbps down 12mbps up cable internet. Internet speed is consistant on my end across all devices and applications. I hope this gets fixed because it could be a great service if it wasn't for the buffering issues during prime viewing hours
Figured I'd add a +1.
Seems pretty consistently slow at night (10PM PST onward is when I'm generally watching). DVR seems to work more often, but live TV is often unwatchable at night which seems to be opposite many people's experiences in this thread.
I've had issueson both a PS4 and Fire TV. I made sure WiFi was eliminated so everything is wired. I have 100/100 condointernet (Wave G now). I've run speedtests when the buffering occured and I'm still getting 100/100, so I don't believe it's an issue with my internet (though it's always possible my ISP is throttling a particular endpoint or CDN).
Are there any debugging tools in the PS4 or Fire Vue apps that might help devs isolate an issue? Or at the very least an official response that this is being looked into? Or if they don't believe there's any issue on their end, refer to my original question.
Yep, same here. signed up a few days ago. super frustrated. dvr constantly buffering. would have considred keeping the service since it is offering what i need. reconsidering the buffering is a deal breaker. i know it is not my internet or equipment. it is on sony side. shame it really had a shot.
Random buffering here too. I notice it on my Fire TV (lower resolution) with a 25 Mbps connection, while running no other devices/services at the same time. Majority of the time it runs pretty flawless. It really has nothing to do with time of the day. Sometimes it appears certain channels on certain days are just struggling more. I'm probably a bit too forgiving with this, but I knew what the consequences would be signing up with a new service. Just look at Sling's track record, especially when they first started. Sling, for the most part, runs way better than it did a year ago. The buffering, for me, isn't frequent enough to quit PS Vue while they bring things more up to par.