JWPlayer6 erroneously populates the bitrate selector on the stream we are playing back as follow:

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Loaded using:

'playlist': [{ 'sources': [{ 'file': 'http://1.2.3.4:1935/ourvideo/smil:499ba4b9-149e-427e-87bc-441820a99fa0/output_2013-05-07_18-41-41.smil/jwplayer.smil' }] }],
Using RTMP with Wowza 3.2.5, the generated jwplayer.smil is as follows:

<smil>
<head>
<meta base="rtmp://1.2.3.4:1935/ourvideo"/>
</head>
<body>
<switch>
<video src="mp4:499ba4b9-149e-427e-87bc-441820a99fa0/output_2013-05-07_18-41-41-400k.mp4" system-bitrate="400"/>
<video src="mp4:499ba4b9-149e-427e-87bc-441820a99fa0/output_2013-05-07_18-41-41-800k.mp4" system-bitrate="800"/>
<video src="mp4:499ba4b9-149e-427e-87bc-441820a99fa0/output_2013-05-07_18-41-41-1200k.mp4" system-bitrate="1200"/>
<video src="mp4:499ba4b9-149e-427e-87bc-441820a99fa0/output_2013-05-07_18-41-41-2000k.mp4" system-bitrate="2000"/>
<video src="mp4:499ba4b9-149e-427e-87bc-441820a99fa0/output_2013-05-07_18-41-41-3500k.mp4" system-bitrate="3500"/>
</switch>
</body>
</smil>
The original SMIL passed to wowza was:

<smil><head></head><body><switch>
<video src="mp4:output_2013-05-07_18-41-41-400k.mp4" system-bitrate="400000"/>
<video src="mp4:output_2013-05-07_18-41-41-800k.mp4" system-bitrate="800000"/>
<video src="mp4:output_2013-05-07_18-41-41-1200k.mp4" system-bitrate="1200000"/>
<video src="mp4:output_2013-05-07_18-41-41-2000k.mp4" system-bitrate="2000000"/>
<video src="mp4:output_2013-05-07_18-41-41-3500k.mp4" system-bitrate="3500000"/>
</switch></body></smil>
Clearly Wowza has divided them down by 1000, it also seems to do that for the .rss files too. However jwplayer doesn't seem to want this behaviour in this case.

How can we stop Wowza dividing them down in this way, or persuade jwplayer6 to understand they are kbits rather then bits?