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 The first Roku profile included with Serviio (named "​**Roku Media Player**"​) is designed to support the earlier players. These players had a bit rate limit of around 16 Mbps, so any HD media most likely needed to be rate-limited. By default, this is always the profile assigned by Serviio to any Roku device. If your Roku is new enough to support higher bit rates and additional codecs, you must manually select a more appropriate profile from the list below. The first Roku profile included with Serviio (named "​**Roku Media Player**"​) is designed to support the earlier players. These players had a bit rate limit of around 16 Mbps, so any HD media most likely needed to be rate-limited. By default, this is always the profile assigned by Serviio to any Roku device. If your Roku is new enough to support higher bit rates and additional codecs, you must manually select a more appropriate profile from the list below.
  
-**Roku 1080 Media Player (2016+)** This profile ​was the first update to allow Serviio to stream without ​transcoding ​for the new Roku devices. Most likely the older Roku players that would work well with this profile would be the Roku 2 (4210) and Roku 3 (4200). The Roku Stick (3600) works well with this profile as well. This profile will still transcode MPEG-2 video. DTS will passthrough to a supported AVR. +**Roku 1080 Media Player (2016+)** This profile ​allows ​Serviio to stream without ​bit-rate limits ​for newer Roku devices. Most likely the oldest ​Roku players that would work well with this profile would be the Roku 2 (4210) and Roku 3 (4200). The Roku Stick (3600) works well with this profile as well. This profile will still transcode MPEG-2 video. DTS will passthrough to a supported AVR. 
  
 **Roku TV (non 4K)** As the name implies, this profile is best for the non-4K Roku TVs. MPEG-2 video is not transcoded. DTS is transcoded to Dolby Digital, as few TVs support DTS audio. ​ **Roku TV (non 4K)** As the name implies, this profile is best for the non-4K Roku TVs. MPEG-2 video is not transcoded. DTS is transcoded to Dolby Digital, as few TVs support DTS audio. ​
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