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  1. Hi, I’m having an issue of emby plugin for kodi skipping to the next song in the middle of playback. Usually around 1 – 2 minutes mark. Not much to say – just skips to next song in playlist. Access Is non direct (http). Fresh Kodi install with no other plugins. Manual login to remote server. Originally, I noticed this issue on my Raspberry Pi 2, when I updated from Krypton to Leia. That’s why I decided to test it out on my desktop PC. Web interface and roku app work perfectly fine. Attaching logs. I just noticed – emby has a lot of ffmpeg-transcode logs, attaching couple of those as well. Kodi: 18.4 Git:20190831-3ade758ceb (2019-09-01) for Windows 10. My emby server is on dedicated machine running Ubuntu. If you need any other info, or logs - please ask. Thanks kodi.log embyserver.txt ffmpeg-transcode-84b17364-4fa1-4242-9ed9-f9b2c17723b5_1.txt ffmpeg-transcode-342e7e8b-1866-445c-bb37-65992f41c6b0_1.txt
  2. Hi folks, The reason for this thread is that I often notice skipping in playback of some recorded shows, whereas watching those channels live via the HDHR viewer shows clear live playing of the same channels even minutes before the recording. My theory is that small faults in the data stream aren't noticeable when viewing live in the HDHR viewer but along the way become more noticeable during whatever encoding/decoding happens in the path to watching a show. I've noticed using Emby to play live these same channels at the same times of day that there will be some glitches, not seen just moments before when watching with the HDHR software. This strengthens my suspicion that it's something in the way Emby or the Emby player handles the data. We will start with the TV towers for the channels in question, which are visible to me on a clear day, about 8 miles away, across the flat Indiana landscape. The 8 miles is filled mostly with single or two story homes, no big buildings in between. My antenna is this one, which is plenty strong enough to receive lots of channels from even much farther away: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000GIT002/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1 It's, outside, in our screened porch area, well mounted and shielded from wind, connected via quad shield RG6 to the HD HomeRun Extend tuner. (note, I also have this stronger one up in the attic, and it's TOO strong; I get more reflections and stuff with it: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0018BZJNS/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1 ) If I open up the HDHomeRun ConfigGUI, I see something like this, showing strong signal strength and great quality. For most channels the quality figure stays above 95%; even a few channels where it drifts up and down in a range of 75-100% play just fine and glitch free on the HDHomeRun viewer. Small dips in quality (but still 75% or better) DON'T EVER result in a visible/audible glitch in the HDHomeRun viewer. Just now, I watched several minutes of glitch free football (I hate football by the way) in the HD HomeRun viewer. Looked fine. Then I switched to watching via Emby (Chrome browser, clicked on the guide entry). Within a minute I counted three glitches where it lost perhaps two - three frames, no audible glitches, and MASSIVE comb filter visual artifacting all the time (presumably due to interlacing not being cleaned up). If I go to the MyHDHomeRun page, and use the web interface to check on the tuner status, I see this: Of note is the Transcode Profile "heavy" which I understand is 1080x1920 at 30 fps, so typical for a 1080i signal I suppose. Here is the profile for this tuner: So, as I understand it, I'm telling the tuner to do NOTHING to the incoming data; it will send out whatever stream it receives. I changed channel to a lesser channel... showing Night Court reruns. This channel (6.3) is also 100% strength and steady 98% quality, but watching in Emby (Chrome, clicked on from guide), gives LOTS of glitches that have not corresponding events while watching the Config GUI. Switched to yet another channel (8.1). 97% strength, signal quality 90% (symbol quality steady 100%), lots of glitches in Emby viewing. No glitches watching via the HDHomeRun directly (from ConfiguGUI, it launches Windows Media Player, on my Win7 box). This latest channel, showing a baseball game, shows Transcode profile "None" (1080p as I understand it) Here is where I admit ignorance: I'm not too familiar with the EMBY settings that would impact any of this. If I go to Server admin, Live TV, I see my tuner and Schedules Direct information. Settings at the top of the page gives me options to convert to a streaming friendly format (I've checked this, yesterday, wasn't checked before), as well as preserve original video and audio. I'm not aware of any other settings that impact what exactly gets stored during a recording, or what processing happens while watching live TV (in this case via browser). I'm on my home network (gigabit ethernet, so presumably no transcoding needed) Please advise!! In Emby Theater, (on my Win7 PC) while watching Live TV, more of this mind numbing baseball because it's an important channel, I'm noticing significant comb artifacts, that get a lot worse when not full screen (no surprise). All my video settings in ET are default. I will also try downstairs (where I usually watch TV, on a Win10 box that holds server and ET), but I still see some video glitches (dropped frames, sometimes with lost audio), that doesn't happen while watching via HDHR directly. I've heard mixed reviews on changing Enable Deinterlacing to Yes (from Auto)... what's the current thinking? Anyway, the main issue is the dropped frames that aren't due to weak signal since I don't see them when watching with non EMby software. What further troubleshooting can I do, and what logs would make sense? I normally watch TV maybe weeks or months after it is recorded; I don't want to record many episodes of glitchy stuff at the beginning of the season then have to troubleshoot this later... trying to get ahead of it. Thanks for your help!! Marc
  3. For whatever reason, lately I've been having issues with playback in ET. I'll start to watch a TV show, and after about 1 second of playback it just stops playing, and then skips to the next episode. Just now I had ET skip through 4 episodes in a row like this; each time playing the first second of the episode and skipping to the next one, until eventually an episode (now 5 episodes ahead of the one I intended to watch) plays normally. I've tested these episodes in Windows Media Player (Or whatever it's called in Windows 10 now, I just upgraded to Win10 not long ago), and they all play just fine. They're all in .MKV format. If there's any more information I can provide that could help, please let me know and I'll try me best.
  4. Utking

    Unseekable Streams.

    Hi all! I'm having some problems with Emby server, I'm running 3.0.5724.4. When playing via the web, or on Android, i cant seem to skip or seek in videos. All it says is unseekable stream:S It's been a while since i used emby now, but as far as i recall i always had the ability to to this earlier, it just took some time before the stream started again. Any ideas?
  5. The TV shows on my MB will skip or start buffering at the last minute of the showing. The whole show will play fine, but once it reaches the last minute it will pause for a few seconds as if it is buffering, then it will play for a few seconds, then pause again. I checked to see if my movies were doing this, but no, only the TV Shows I have in my media. I played it on a regular media player and it played through just fine without any problems. I also tried it on my Roku and they worked fine. It's just through the Media Browser through Chromecast. But like I said, all the movies and everything else works fine without a problem. Server Version 3.0.5518.7 server-63562060802.txt server-63562233600.txt transcode-0cc1da87-e1df-4cb9-abca-e5620b73ec13.txt transcode-5b0c7fcd-98e9-49fe-86a4-36aa2e2a47d5.txt transcode-eb8ff1e9-635d-4412-b36d-bab9307d5a35.txt
  6. First off, let me just say what a great program Media Browser is! After hearing about Microsoft dropping future development of WMC. I researched and tried all kinds of solutions, but MB is by far the best I have found. I'm currently using with a HD Homerun Dual Tuner and Server WMC for live tv. My only frustration is that I can't fast-forward or rewind during live or recorded tv. Have I missed a step or setting or is this just a limitation of the current version of MB or Server WMC? Does using Next PVR as the TV solution remedy this? I appreciate any insight or suggestions, as I greatly miss this feature from my WMC days.
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