Originally Posted by bigpoppa206
#1, try changing your audio output? I use a Vizio soundbar so everything on my system goes through one sound source, all connected through HDMI.
#2. its the encoding of whoever ripped the AVI. I frequently run mine though Videoredo and re-encode them really fast as mp4s because as you found out, they work.
#3. Assuming the HDMI is coming off the video card from the laptop? The card is not made to handle audio too. You need to run a separate line with those audio signals to the AVR.
#4. You can try and use DLNA but Im not sure if that will work. I use a wired ethernet network to make sure I get the best possible speeds with no loss in speed. All my movies or recorded TV shows can stream directly to the TV.
I'll try fiber optic cable.
I'll give videoredo a shot.
HDMI is coming off the video card. I tried using a 3.5mm to red/white RCA splitter putting the RCA's in the in the aux port on the front of the AVR-1913, but when I select AUX, the video cuts out. I can get audio or video based on AVR-1913 source selections, but not both at the same time. What audio source on the AVR do I need to use?
I tried DLNA, but going wireless even with 15mbps, the stream is choppy as hell. What kind of speed do I need to stream? I tried various videos at various quality, they all had the same latency issues.