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  1. Hi, I am running Kodi 15.1 with Emby 1.1.13. I am trying to play a 3D movie in 2D/monoscopic mode but it's not working. In Kodi, the 3D icon is shown next to the movie and looking in the metadata manager, I can see Emby has correctly marked this movie as 3D. When I am on the same network and "Play from http instead of SMB" option is unchecked in plugin settings, Kodi gives me a choice between 2D/3D and everything is fine. But when I am connecting to my server over the Internet and I have checked the "Play from http instead of SMB" option or I have this option checked and I am on the same network, the movie is not being detected as 3D in Kodi and it just plays as is. My two cents is that the 3D status of the movie is being detected by Kodi from the filename (which works over smb but not http) instead of an entry in MyVideo93.db (I assume this is where the 3D icon is coming from). I should also note I am using https. Please chime in...
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