I've encoded a few of my Blu Ray's as a MP4 file, they can be viewed perfectly fine on my PC using VLC Media Player (choppy playback in Windows Media Player). Playback on my TiVo Premiere's is choppy though. I'm using the latest StreamBaby release on my Windows Home Server 2011 setup. The Tivo's Premiere units are connected to the network physically. One is using MoCA and the other one is using ethernet. Here is the output from a clean start of the latest version of StreamBaby: Code: Initializing StreamBaby v20111203-2132... 01/01/12 13:24:08 StreamBabyMain: Unable to rename first-run script. 01/01/12 13:24:08 FFmpegJavaVideoModule: Unable to load FFmpeg native libraries 01/01/12 13:24:08 Listener: added factory 01/01/12 13:24:08 Main: streambaby ready & listening. Should I be concered about that FFmpegJavaVideoModule message? I deleted the ffmpeg download file and the files in the native directory to allow StreamBaby to redownload and unpack any ffmpeg options. My ini file is pretty clean, are there some settings I can enter to resolve this? Code: # # ./streambaby --help for more configuration file options # title=Streaming from *myserver* (WHS2011) dir.1=Path to my movies dir.1.name=Folder name # Ip address to bind to # most people don't need to change this. #ip=192.168.x.x # port to use port=7290 Anyone have any tips for improving the playback of highdef files? Bandwidth on my home network is not a problem; between gigabit, MoCA and wireless N I am confident that my network can handle the load.