LiquidCooled wrote:Silver wrote:I have had a wireless N access point now for 6 months and I never get stuttering anymore
Just to clarify, the ps3 uses wireless g and cannot access n but most wireless n access points manage a higher bandwidth than standard wireless g. I have one too and your right it does work better.
hollovoid7 wrote:With the latest revision (356) I get video stalling out quite frequently with any video (eg does it just as much with 1080p as it does with standard def). I am running windows 7, it is being run as administrator, tried as standard user as well. I am running a c2duo 8400 (3.0ghz) with 4gb of ram, and edition of windows is 64bit. Running on drives that are 7200rpm, with a primary drive at 10000k rpm. I am running direct ethernet, and not even coming close to making the line out (showing usage at 25% with 1080p movies, and less than 50% processor usage at most). I have coreavc installed, and have mencoder ticked to use multiprocessor.
Other things I noticed, the stalling happens towards the beginning of the videos, and subsides further into playback, the buffer does not look to be running out, which is kind of puzzling. Also navigation of directories seem unbearably slow, sometimes taking up to 2 mins to display one video in a directory, and this is with the whole library rebuilt and rescanned, so should be cached right? Also running ps3 firmware version 2.80.
strictlyfocused wrote:Im still having the issue where my buffer takes significantly longer to fill using the beta versions (345->356) than it does with the latest stable version.
--> Earlier Post regarding this issue. The only difference from my previous post is that Im now using Mencoder as my transcoding engine instead of Avisynth/Mencoder.
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