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Since Media Browser killed the FFmpeg process shortly after it started, I copied the command it executed and ran it to completion. I then copied the resulting .ts file (mediainfo-the-artist-ts-ultrafast.txt) to a flash drive and attempted to play it on the WD TV via USB, which worked just fine (it played correctly). Next, I copied the .ts file to one of my library folders being watched by Media Browser and attempted to stream it to the WD TV over DLNA. Strangely, Media Browser again attempted to transcode the video, even though it was already in the appropriate format/resolution (see server-ts-ultrafast-63538905600.txt and transcode-ts-ultrafast.txt).
Looking at the MediaInfo dump of the first .ts file (mediainfo-the-artist-ts-ultrafast.txt), I thought there might be an issue with the H.264 profile/level, so I re-ran the FFmpeg command using the superfast preset instead of the ultrafast preset used by Media Browser. It didn't make any difference: The resuling second .ts file (mediainfo-the-artist-ts-superfast.txt) played fine over USB, but Media Browser tried (and failed) to transcode it over DLNA (see server-ts-superfast-63538905600.txt and transcode-ts-superfast.txt). 59ce067264