Does KRR support transcoding to the AVC format? Because my Sony Bravia 2012 does and I only see files in MPEG2 format.
Using MPEG2 is not a good choice for me since it's got a huge bitrate at the highest quality and my wired network+the TV's ethernet card don't do more than 85MB/s. Full quality MPEG2 will result in choppy playback on any DLNA server. AVC instead has a superior quality to that of max bitrate MPEG2, and smooth playback too.
I've just installed KRR 1.4.0 and no video works. Only a blank screen. It appears as if the video is playing but there is no image or sound. If I let the transcoding engine finish and try to play the vids in KRR's transcoding folder with WMP or VLC on Windows, the transcoded file appears corrupted with a lot of artifacts on the screen, never recovering. Sound plays fine. Also, the few frames that play in the transcoded file have no subtitle burned in, even if I do a manual transcode and tick the Subtitle checkbox in the transcode properties.
I'm sending the logs right after posting this thread.