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Are you having Stuttering/Buffering Issues? Look Here

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  • pwvandeursenpwvandeursen Posts: 35Members, Plex Pass Plex Pass

    Same here. It used to be great. Did a fresh install and ever since that moment it starts freezing when I turn on subs..... No issues even when audio and video are transcoding, but turning on subs... Always issues

  • rsxhawkrsxhawk Posts: 5Members, Plex Pass Plex Pass

    Looked a bit more into this. Even went over to Reddit r/plex and saw that someone who was experiencing similar issues suggested forcing the local quality to 20 Mbps 1080p:

    Settings> plex/web> player > streaming quality> local quality set this to 20 Mbps, 1080p

    My original setting was at least 8 Mbps 1080p (at least I think it was, I never changed it since the OS upgrade to Ubuntu 16.04 so it was most likely a default "local quality" setting), but upping it to 20 Mbps appears to have alleviated "most" of the issues but not all of them. Some minor slow down still occurs at random but it appears to be very rare.

    I don't remember what my settings were on my 12.04 install so I could have set it really high like this a long time ago and then never touched it again.

    Will monitor and report back either way.

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  • pwvandeursenpwvandeursen Posts: 35Members, Plex Pass Plex Pass

    Didn't believe this initially (if we set it to 20mb it will transcode, so how could this alleviate the transcoding issue..).

    However I did this with a series with subs which was having buffering issues. When I set it to the max (in this case 4mb), but not to direct, buffering issues disappeared. will need to monitor that the coming days with other series/movies and will report back as well

  • rsxhawkrsxhawk Posts: 5Members, Plex Pass Plex Pass

    I tried to watch another movie with my 20 Mbps settings last night but immediately had buffering issues, within just one or two minutes of playback.

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  • asjmcguireplexasjmcguireplex Posts: 24Members, Plex Pass Plex Pass
    edited September 12

    Just an FYI - the Chromecast issue that caused excessive buffering and eventual crashing with files containing multitrack audio has been resolved with Firmware 1.27.96538. AAC now works fine, and Direct Play of multi track files works fine.

  • aletfaaletfa Posts: 1Members

    @asjmcguireplex said:
    Just an FYI - the Chromecast issue that caused excessive buffering and eventual crashing with files containing multitrack audio has been resolved with Firmware 1.27.96538. AAC now works fine, and Direct Play of multi track files works fine.

    works for me. ty-

  • adhocadhocadhocadhoc Posts: 12Members ✭✭

    Overkill home setup and Samsung TV has been buffering for over the entire year I've had it. EVERY TIME. I'll start a movie and give up 10 minutes in and then finish it on another TV with 0 issues. Any client in my home works, the Samsung TV does not. I can't find any obscene network traffic, I can't find any resource hogs. I can't find a reason that I can't watch this on a Samsung TV like a lot of other folks.

    App: Using the Samsung TV app
    TV: Samsung UN55KU6290 WIRED connection
    Server: Dual Xeon E5-2699 v3 / 384 GiB DD4 RAM / 40Gbps burstable, 1Gbps sustainable
    Home internet: Gigabit

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