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Hi, I'm doing some playing around with different lossless files (both Dolby TrueHD/Atmos and DTS-MA/DTS:X) and cannot get m2ts files to direct play through the Sheild. I was getting container not supported initially and then experimented with the "Allow Direct Play of TS Files" option which gave the same result of DD 5.1 audio instead of DTSMA for one of the examples but was then giving a reason of Direct play error. Attached are server logs and a remux logs from when I started playing around with two different test files. I also submitted debug logs through the emby app on the ShieldTV. Should these files be able to direct play? Other files that are MKV's with the same audio tracks direct play just fine. For reference the IP for the Shield is 192.168.0.26 and the server is .40. Thanks, Brad. embyserver.txt ffmpeg-remux-cd3bce30-6843-44e9-9678-2fba8259d6a8_1.txt ffmpeg-remux-df20fb9c-2631-401d-9c04-9e15fa619a4f_1.txt
Hi folks, Hopefully the title of the thread hasn't caused catastrophic fits of laughter. I've been using MB in one form or another since 2009 on my plasma TV that the wife and I use in our media room, but my kids mostly use a TV in the family room that is just an old 36" Toshiba cathode ray tube TV circa 2001. It has the usual RCA plug AV inputs (composite), S-Video, and even (make "ooohhh" sound) a component video in. Of course, it only accepts SD resolutions. For the longest time my kids have survived on using DVDs I burn, played in a DVD player attached to the TV. For anything more complicated we go down to my media room. Eventually I'll be upgrading that CRT TV, but for now, is there a MB client on any box that I can hook up to an ancient analog TV? I'd like to set up a MB profile for "kid friendly" content and let them watch that way, and dump the DVD discs. Seriously, that's getting old. And the DVD player skips a lot. Drives us all crazy. My kids are 7 and 10, so they can figure out remotes. No problem. What are my options, short of buying a new TV? Ideally, it would be able to run MB and Netflix... Marc