That makes sense but why does it works so well on the Roku TV? I streamed The Last Jedi, Avengers: Infinity War, Creed, and the first 2 episodes of Luke Cage season 2 on it without a problem and they were all 1080p quality videos.
SudoLudo20 wrote: ↑Wed Aug 08, 2018 8:09 amI think I figured it out. I noticed all of the video files I've played have video codec H264 and the ones that have been troublesome are in HEVC. I believe the Roku in my basement can't handle codecs other than H264 while the Roku TV has appeared to be able to handle everything. So it's been buffering on the Roku device in the basement because it was busy trans-coding the video codec which the Raspberry Pi can't handle due to its processor not being powerful enough. I tried Season 2 of Luke Cage, my copy of Justice League War, and Batman The Dark Knight Returns Part Two. All were in H264. Then I tried True Detective Season 1 Episode 1, some Young Justice episodes, and episodes of My Hero Academia and Darling in the FranXX, which all were anything but H264.
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