thx saeba79, i have tried 25,1,1, and 25,1,2 and even 2,3,2 (good quality) oso the same. I wonder what is the problem....
Well... 2 things to look at:
(1) Can your PC keep up with the transcoding requirements (if you are transcoding)? So... does the transcoding buffer generally keep filled or is it emptied? Do you see your 2 cpus max'd out or is there spare capacity?
According to the readme:
A core 2 duo CPU (mine is a E6750, 2.66GHz) for smooth 1080p transcoding, but 720p seems to be transcodable with a good P4 :p
so you should be OK.
If this is an issue, depending on what media you're playing, there are some things that can help. In the Readme, it recommends:
Optional Codecs: CoreAVC is a good choice for H264 decoding, Quicktime Alternative and Real Alternative are also useful
(Apple 1080p trailers for example).
(2) Can your network keep up with the video feed? If the items you tried didn't work, then try dropping down to lower quality settings until the stuttering goes away.
keyint=25:vqmax=5:vqmin=2 /* Good quality for HD Wifi Transcoding */ or
keyint=25:vqmax=7:vqmin=2 /* Medium quality for HD Wifi Transcoding
If one of these works, then this means that some part of your network is limiting your throughput. I've heard that the powerline adapters (I believe you said you're using these) are really dependent on the quality of your wiring, what electrical items you have plugged in, and if in an apt complex, what your neighbors have plugged in, etc.
Intel Quad Q6600 2.4ghz, 6gb memory, Windows 7 Professional 64-bit, D-Link DAP-1522 Xtreme-N Duo Wireless Bridge/Access Point, PS3 w/40gb, 61" Samsung 1080P DLP TV