no8080 wrote:A 1to1 transcode of a 1080p movie results in a huge use of bandwidth, even gigabit ethernet can not keep up, is almost like removing the compression all together, sending an uncompressed 25 fps across the link, nothing would send that, even the file stored on a local HD can not stream that size of data in realtime. A decent SATA HD can only push about 400Mbps of data.
As long as you keep within the 60Mbps limit of your wireless connection you should get no stuttering. The problem you are seeing is that when the video starts stuttering on your PS3 the bandwidth meter in the top right corner of the PS3's screen becomes unreliable as well, thats why it peaks so high.
I have hit highs of 250Mbps on the PS3 when stuttering occurs.
The easiest fix is to alter your PMS.conf file quality settings to stop the bandwidth being exceeded, try altering your settings, vqmin, vqscale and vqmax.
I use the follwoing on 1080p mkv files when transcoding;
mencoder_encode = keyint=1:vqscale=1:vqmin=5
This gives me v.good quality with no stuttering on my wireless N connection.
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