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Hi, Lately I have been receiving an error when ever I go to resume a video (After pausing the video...not closing the video). I get the Error: Video Error There was an error playing the video. When this error appears, it instantly restarts the video from the start. Using the seek bar to get back to where I was at can sometime make this error re-appear. I have found closing the browser to be a temporary fix. I have provided the 3 most recent log files and a screenshot. Chrome 51.0.2704.79 m Thanks. Server-63601027199.txt Remux-941013a4-2ee7-4735-838c-33c860684fc0.txt Rem
Problem: When trying to play a Movie with a TrueHD (8-chan) track (which the server selects by default if available), playback fails. Specifics: On Chrome, this results in "Video Error: there was an error playing the video". On iOS (AirPlay or not), playback just hangs and won't play. On Edge browser, just hangs and won't play. I know of at least 2 different movies in my library that have TrueHD audio, and this problem is persistent. I have had this problem on iOS since release but I don't know for the browsers. I'll attach logs. Is there a way to tell the server not to use TrueHD trac
Hi, I have a problem playing livetv content on Android application. I get the following message: Playback error. There was an error processing the request. Please try again. Playing of livetv from my emby server works just fine when I use Chrome browser in Windows or in Linux. I've attached log from the Android client app and the server logs. c0431e09-3040-43f6-a5e1-4005687815a71.log server_logs.zip
I recently installed Emby and use it with a SiliconDust HDHomerun Prime 3-tuner device (with cablecard support) on on a LAN in my home. I have subscribed to Schedules Direct and everything seems to be set up properly. I recorded a couple of 30-minute live TV show using a Roku 3 (not a stick, but one with Ethernet cable). These recorded correctly and I was able to play them back on the Roku that was used to record them. They also played back properly from a second Roku 3 that is used with another TV. Both worked flawlessly. I could see the recorded shows in a folder and the artwork and descript