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  1. Hi I have some video files detected as 1080i and not playing to Chromecast, it plays fine on Samsung TV native player via stream from emby. What could be happening? Any metadata I can give you to help identify and solve the wrong format detection? Thank you
  2. @speechless Since Roku supports mpeg2 decodings, I having playback issue with 1080i content at high bitrate (>17mbps). The playback breaks up, pixalized, etc. forcing the server to transcode it to h264 solves this issue. i know that it's not an emby issue, since I have the exact same behavior when trying it with the orange brand competitor (On the preview channel, they now support direct play on mpeg2 content). I'm just wondering if you can pass this issue along to Roku? In Canada, the broadcasters don't have any sub channel, only the primary channel and they use all the A
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