I’m using Infuse for a few days now, while it is working great for my normal 1080P video’s i am having real issues with Blu-Ray movies and 4K test material.
In my previous situation i had a Intel NUC, also connected to gigabit ethernet playing Blu-Ray rip of ±40GB without issue, but my Apple TV 4K (connected to the same uplink) is having enormous issues playing that material.
I’ve downloaded some 4K HDR test video’s and uploaded them on my NAS (Q-NAP) to test.
Video details, see attachment.
When i start the video in Infuse it starts playing ± 1 second, then starts buffering. On the NAS side i can see it’s hitting 10MB/s - 11MB/s but it stops there, not enough to play and/or buffer the video. But i’m not quitte sure why it’s capping on 11MB/s.
All the network stuff is connected to gigabit on managed switches (Ubiquiti Unifi gear), reporting as gigabit and was not having any issues with my Kodi box, and now with my Apple TV 4K it is somewhere hitting the limit.
Anyone tips on how to test these limits and where they are in the network/gear?