Advice on trying to reduce latency on the streaming server. The general view was to reduce the <PREF NAME="reflector_buffer_size_sec" TYPE="UInt32" >0</PREF> config to 0. Some people said this worked well, others didn't have an luck. I had problems, but have figured it out so would like to share my findings. If you open the config file in something like BBEdit (something that reports on when a file changes on disk) you can see what is going on a bit easier When I changed my config file I tried restarting QTSS (both through the web interface and from the command line doing various kill -HUP and straight kill). However when I tabbed back to BBEdit, it reported that the config file had changed, and sure enough, when i reloaded, the previous delay settings were still there. This made me think that there must be a process that is writing the config file back at regular intervals. Why? I don't know.... To get your changes to work every time do this. open terminal ps -auwx | grep -i stream root 376 0.0 0.0 14684 112 ?? Ss 1Jan70 0:00.00 /usr/sbin/QuickTimeStreamingServer root 377 0.0 0.2 16616 880 ?? S 1Jan70 0:00.49 /usr/sbin/QuickTimeStreamingServer root 379 0.0 0.1 3764 480 ?? Ss 1Jan70 0:00.02 perl /usr/sbin/streamingadminserver.pl robin 456 0.0 0.0 1116 4 std R+ 12:16PM 0:00.00 grep -i stream kill ALL streaming related processes now change your config file. restart QTSS through the web interface I have got the latency down to under a second over a wireless lan with moderate MPEG4 encoding settings.