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Re: Wireless Network Setup

Postby MKUltra » Tue Jan 12, 2010 6:07 am

I forgot to add that the information on the two files I gave as examples. Both were .mkv files

Terminator.Salvation.2009.Director's.Cut.720p.BluRay.DTS.x264-WiKi 7.04GB
Inglourious.Basterds.1080p.BluRay.x264-METiS 11.74GB
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Re: Wireless Network Setup

Postby Revival » Tue Jan 12, 2010 8:01 am

mkultra, your settings are quite ideal imo because your ps3 is so close to the router; this isn't something that is feasible for everyone, like me.

however, i must say that even though my router is downstairs where as my macbook and my ps3 are upstairs, i can still stream 720p mkv with no stuttering at all. i havent tried 1080 content because of the file size, but so far i am very impressed.

http://grab.by/1GRg

my settings are as shown.

i have noticed however that sometimes stuttering may not always be a wireless signal problem as i posted in another thread.

for some reason, i could not transcode/stream 720p rmvb no matter what i tried. anyone have any insight?
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Re: Wireless Network Setup

Postby MKUltra » Wed Jan 13, 2010 3:14 am

Have you tried making TsMuxer the priority video file engine?
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Re: Wireless Network Setup

Postby Revival » Wed Jan 13, 2010 7:54 am

MKUltra wrote:Have you tried making TsMuxer the priority video file engine?


no in fact i have not, maybe i should give that ago. the only settings i have tried is to switch to tsmuxer when no conversion is needed, as shown by my settings.
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Re: Wireless Network Setup

Postby ShaunP » Sun Jan 17, 2010 7:33 pm

MKUltra - I have almost the exact same setup as you, but cannot get anything to stream without being choppy. I followed your settings exactly. Any idea what may be going on?

Macbook Pro 2.4ghz Core 2 Duo 4GB ram
Airport Extreme - Wireless N
Fatboy PS3 - 3.15 firmware
PS3 is about 15' from the Airport with no obstructions - 100% signal strength.
PS3 connected via HDMI to Denon 2310
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Re: Wireless Network Setup

Postby MKUltra » Mon Jan 18, 2010 5:06 am

ShaunP wrote:MKUltra - I have almost the exact same setup as you, but cannot get anything to stream without being choppy. I followed your settings exactly. Any idea what may be going on?

Macbook Pro 2.4ghz Core 2 Duo 4GB ram
Airport Extreme - Wireless N
Fatboy PS3 - 3.15 firmware
PS3 is about 15' from the Airport with no obstructions - 100% signal strength.
PS3 connected via HDMI to Denon 2310



Shaun, the difference could be the PS3 OS. I am running 3.01 and I have seen other posts on the forum which have flagged v.3.15 as the source of the stuttering issue even for wired connections. My PS3 is for movie viewing only - no video games. Personally, I only upgrade the PS3 OS only when new functionality is added for movie viewing or audio enhancement, etc.
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