no8080 wrote:A Vqmin of 2 will not work with most 1080p video files over N wireless, fine for 720p, or most BD9 1080p files, but not 1080p files that are above 9GB in size, although it depends on how the movie was re-encoded.
PMS set to keyint=5:vqscale=1:vqmin=2 and limited to 20Mbits
aftermath wrote:I've had similar problems for the longest time. After lots of trial and error, this is the how I solved the problem: Set your Ethernet card as well as your PS3 to 100Mbps Half Duplex and manually set the IP address on your PC and PS3. Avoid using DHCP.
On your PC:
Control Panel -> Network Connections -> select the appropriate card -> Properties -> Configure -> Advanced -> Speed and Duplex -> 100Mbps Half Duplex
On your PS3:
Settings -> Network Settings -> Internet Connection Settings -> Custom -> Wired Connection -> Manual Settings -> 100BASE-TX-Half Duplex.
Trust me. This will work wonders.
imaware wrote:VERY IMPORTANT PLEASE READ IF YOU HAVE STUTTERING @1080p OVER LAN (wired) CONNECTION.
read every post on every forum , no luck , lots of stutter.
Just simply fit an ethernet switch between the lan cable and the PS3.
I have the Netgear FS605 5 Port 10/100 switch.
Use TSmuxer in transcode folder or run through MKV2VOB first.
All my 1080p High Bitrate files play without the slightest stutter now.
Allmost unwatchable before.
After weeks of trying to get high bit rate files to play with every setting possible to mankind , it now works like a dream.
Try it for yourself , you wont regret it.
All settings on PS3 media server left at default.
Let me know how you get on.
imaware wrote:Would upgrading to a 10/100/1000 switch offer any further benefits.
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