Transcode error PS3 Media Server & Samsung AllShare Play

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Transcode error PS3 Media Server & Samsung AllShare Play

Postby mashedbear » Sun Nov 04, 2012 5:49 pm

Hello
I am using ubuntu 12.04, PS 3 Media Server 1.7, and Samsung AllShare Play on a 2012 Samsung TV and am trying to play home videos' from my ubuntu PC on the Samsung TV. All devices are on a wired ethernet LAN.

I am get a transcode error in PS 3 Media server - traces below - and the video does not play (infact Allshare play force quits with a "please check your network connection" dialog). Pictures (.jpg) and MP3's both stream fine from the PC to the TV.


INFO 2012-11-04 16:15:42.028 [New I/O server worker #10-3] Starting transcode/remux of 00020.MTS
ERROR 2012-11-04 16:15:52.656 [New I/O server worker #10-3] There is no inputstream to return for 00020.MTS [tsMuxeR]
INFO 2012-11-04 16:15:57.894 [New I/O server worker #10-4] Starting transcode/remux of 00021.MTS
WARN 2012-11-04 16:16:02.659 [Process Destroyer] Sending kill -14 to the Unix process: 12067
WARN 2012-11-04 16:16:02.683 [Process Destroyer] Sending kill -14 to the Unix process: 12084
INFO 2012-11-04 16:16:03.501 [StartPlaying Event] renderer: 192.168.1.90, file: /home/paul/Videos/114NelsonRd-Mar2012/00021.MTS
INFO 2012-11-04 16:16:07.524 [StopPlaying Event] renderer: 192.168.1.90, file: /home/paul/Videos/114NelsonRd-Mar2012/00021.MTS
The video file is an AVCHD ( .MTS file extension), codec is H.264 MPEG-4 AVC, resolution 1440 x 1080, frame rate is 50.

I have gone through a trial and error with the common transcoding settings in the PS 3 Media server. To no effect.
Currently the settings are:

Transcode buffer: 400
Number of cores: 2
MPEG-2 Options: keyint=25:vqmax=7:vqmin=2 /* Medium quality for HD Wifi transcoding */
On the general configuration tab I have set the Default Renderer to Samsung AllShare

Any ideas on how to solve this greatly appreciated.
mashedbear
 
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