sansp00 wrote:Since I also had my radio bridge on the server, it was set for the Roku Soundbridge series. I still don't quite understand the reason behind the service having issues, the regular account had all the rights
Rolling back to .34 increased speed, but its still choppy ... I think its more due to my ADSL bandwith or my PC bottlenecking. Im surprised because I have the high speed 1 meg transfer and a P4 2.4 with 2 gigs of ram ( And when I stream directly with MediaPlayer it's perfect quality ).
The thing I noticed is that even if I stop the stream im listening to, my computer and network still are working like crazy. Liked it hanged still streaming, and thats even when I am out of MPlay. Probably a TVersity bug or something. I have not tried streaming a ripped DVD yet, only small home movies I did with my digital cam. I'll try a ripped DVD to compare and try to isolated the source of choppiness.
Thanks for everything
I mentioned some similar issues I had when originally testing with TVersity in an earlier thread. I found that pausing the stream for a few seconds before watching it helped a bit, as it gave the server time to buffer more of the transcoded stream.
Also, if I remember correctly, the "Other" Media Hub setting transcodes to MPEG-1 by default, so TVersity will transcode anything that's not MPEG-1 before serving it to the Roku. You may want to try changing this to MPEG-2 and see if it helps. You can modify those settings in the "C:\Program Files\TVersity\Media Server\profiles.xml" file. Just change "video/mpeg" to "video/mpeg2" in the "transcodeTarget" line for the "default" profile.