Problem with streaming

Jovi

Portal Member
October 8, 2012
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^^ That did the trick !!!

Thank you very very much pünktchen :)

It seems that even if Ampdroid crashes server continues transcoding quite a while as cpu usage stays rather heavy for couple of minutes. My A8 3870K seems to handle 720p tv rips quite well, haven't dared to try 1080p clips yet :D now I just have to try which client works best in which device (stock player/MX Player/VPlayer/VLC).
 

biohazardxxx

Portal Pro
August 5, 2010
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I've the same issue! Streaming starts for 1 second and then stops, CPU goes up to 100%. But it is the same with Low quality and any VLC quality. By using MX Player the stream does not stop but it stucks again and again.
I'm using a AMD X2 250 CPU (dual core) with 3Ghz.
The stranges thing is that this worked for a long time! Any idea what have been changed?

Edit:
Just tested to stream via WAN (internet) and it works fine! How can that be? Does the limited bandwidth throtle the CPU usage of mpeg down?
 
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biohazardxxx

Portal Pro
August 5, 2010
104
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I Just have done some more testing...
With my Motorola Defy CM9 (4.1 Ice cream s.) streaming works fine in LAN and WAN. FFMPEG.exe is at 40%-70% CPU-Usage
With my Samsung Galaxy tab 10.1 (4.1 Ice cream s.) streaming does not work from LAN and WAN. FFMPEG.exe is at 100% CPU-Usage

So it looks like this is due to a bigger resolution at the device???
Any one have a clou?
 

Iceman89610

Portal Pro
July 19, 2008
379
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Ipswich
Just a though, instead of transcoding the stream, why not just send out the raw stream like XMBC does? That would solve a lot of users issues with streaming.
 
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