Originally Posted by therealjustin
I don't agree because I can stream 1080p MP4 files all day long without stutter.
There's more to it than that. The size/bitrate that the file was transcoded to MP4 will matter, too. So if you have an MP4 that was converted to a low bit rate (smaller size, however you want to describe it), it will not take up the bandwidth that a lossless rip will. Your audio will matter too, if the audio is Dolby Digital, it takes up much less bandwidth than a higher bit rate audio rip will. So you may not be comparing apples to apples.
You can fool with the bitrate under Transcoding Settings, Common Transcode Settings, under Video Quality Settings. See what happens when you set the Maximum Bandwidth to 14. Also right below this, try this setting: keyint=25:vqscale=1:vqmin=2
You can also try lowering your audio bitrate to 384.
Note these are going to have a high impact on the server.
In my experience, I could not get even a 720p file to stream over N, much less G.