Read it again
(or see here
Following this hint I changed the code to use mp2a and TS as output method.
You don't need to change the code to do that: PS3.conf -> TranscodeVideo -> MPEGTSAC3
I don't know if this can break things on other platforms but it surely works for me.
Bear in mind, this is an issue with that
video (and, possibly, some similarly-encoded source videos), not with the PS3 and all
videos transcoded/remuxed to MPEG-PS/MP2. That combination is supported by all compliant DLNA renderers
, including the PS3
. Apart from an unrelated issue with MPEG-2-incompatible framerates, that combination works fine for me and presumably everyone else who uses the VLC engine.
My guess is that it's an issue with VLC's HE-AAC decoder, possibly in conjunction with VLC/ffmpeg's GPU acceleration (which is buggy), but it's hard to tell without a sample of the video