uspino Wrote:I think there should be at least 3 (medium, good, best) for every resolution, that's why maybe 2 settings would work better. 720p should be allowed to go as high as 6 or 8 Mbps - FIOS and Comcast clients have more than sufficient up/down bandwidth for that. In case it is any help, here are the resolutions used by Hauppauge on their WinTV Extend TV server (which by the way you should take a look at - it also works with VLC - maybe it can even work with your script:
Sorry for the late response - family duties
I might just copy the same settings... and WinTV Extend TV server isnt free
Thoughts: A RaspberryPi (http://www.raspberrypi.org/ ) with CetonTV sounds interesting
For $35, its like an extender
EDIT: Testing H264/AAC right now. Going to change the settings in XBMC for resolution + quality(low,medium,high)
EDIT2: It uses alot more cpu to transcode to H264, but quality is much better. Guessing there's more compression?