2- Wired gigabit
3- Using mencoder as the encoder
4- I deleted the debug file from the attachment since it also includes a very large list of my library. I'll tidy it up then re-post it
Since the update of my firmware on the PS3, I just can't seem to play back any videos using DLNA.
- The PS3 will find the PS3 Media Server with no issues
- I can browse the PS3 Media server with no issues (and find the right files I'm after)
- I can see the encoder buffer getting filled to 100 MBs worth of data under the status tab
- The problem remains even if I play a file that requires no transcoding (i.e. no transcoder is not in the label of the filename)
The problem is the speed of the playback, it does play the movies, just about a single frame every 10-20 seconds.
I've tried copying a file to the local disk instead of playing it, and the problem is clear, I'm lucky if I get ~150 KB/s download speed (I estimated that since I just see it growing by about a MB or percentage and then calculate the transfer rate).
I know it's not my switch or my cables as I can download from the net at close to 1 MB/s from either system (that's my maximum download speed), and I do have a laptop that can copy stuff from my computer at over 40 MB/s using the same cable and port as the PS3.
This was not a problem until the PS3 firmware update, any thoughts on what to do?