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Yesterday (4/24) I was attempting to playback a certain movie on a Roku TV but it wouldn't play without getting stuck at the "Retrieving" screen (with no loading progress). The very first time the issue happened; it said No streams available and then subsequent stream attempts only yielded a minute or two of playback before the "Retrieving" issue reoccurred. -Bitrate was initially set to 10mbps -Eventually set the bitrate to 1 mbps and 3mbps -Set a higher CRF -Stopped an in-progress recording on my WIN emby server that's on the same network -The library is all through the network t
System information: I have not been able to run my server for a few months. I booted it back up and attempted to watch something, anything via Roku but it wanted to be updated. So, I came down to the server and discovered it wanted to be updated too. So, I updated it to 188.8.131.52 as per the Linux down load. I used the Debian installer. Then I launched the emby via local:8096 and got the error: I have searched the forums and attempted the fixes I found. None have worked. I cannot play from the emby web site, I cannot play from other computers on my intranet, I cannot play on the R
This issue has been happening more and more for me. I will go to start a video that i have had working in the past and it gives me " Playback Error, no compatible streams are currently available". If i were to back out of the video then go back in sometimes the video would fire up after a few attempts. Last week I was out of state on vacation and I went to watch a movie from my hotel and got the error. It would not fire up after several re attempts. So I remotely accessed my network to check on the files. movie is still there and would play outside of the web app on the machine I remoted i