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  1. I just got a new Sony BRAVIA (55 inch X90F - KD-55X9000F) yesterday and want to use the Emby app on it instead of the old HTPC running WMC and Emby Classic. The TV is running Android TV 7.0 and the Emby Server is currently version 3.5.3.0 on a Windows Server 2012 R2 machine. The audio system is an old Panasonic one with support for Dolby Digital and DTS and is connected via the optical out from the TV. The HTPC was connected to this system via optical out as well. Videos open fine from the Emby app on the new TV, but all audio is only being passed to the sound system as stereo instead of 5.1 as expected. Opening the same videos via the DLNA server from the TV has the audio pass to the audio system correctly as Dolby or DTS. Playing UHD Blu-rays from my Sony UBP-X700 passes the audio as expected as well. Most of my Blu-ray rips have been encoded as HEVC/H.265 with DTS-HD MA as MKVs, while DVD rips are the same with Dolby Digital or DTS audio. I have also tested using H.264 encoded videos. A log file from playing my rip of Avatar is attached. Any help with getting the digital audio working would be appreciated. ffmpeg-transcode-cc814e6f-523b-4cc3-b874-0d6e62ecf044.txt
  2. bigembyfan

    Sony Bravia KDL-32W653A

    Hi, I'm a new Emby user currently trying to test and get a robust setup and things are going encouragingly well so far. I'm running the server on a 2012 mac mini and have managed to sort remote access over https with an external domain - all is working well via the web clients on my laptop, phone and tablet. I am however having a couple of teething problems with DLNA, I have 2 Bravia TVs of different types and manufacturing years - neither works particularly well browsing for network content. The Emby server is found, my older Bravia (KDL-32W653A) displays the content nicely in folders but plays the TV series with subtitles embedded in. The newer Bravia (KDL-42W829B) basically chucks all media out into one huge page in what looks like an unordered mess and no search either, not really useable! No issue really as I'm happy to cast from my laptop or phone or tablet to either TV, this works perfectly for the new Bravia and I can do this from my laptop, phone + ipad which is ideal, 200 response and streams nicely: (I think that's what it's indicating there!) 2018-02-10 00:59:08.359 Info HttpServer: HTTP HEAD http://192.168.1.75:8096/videos/c37620d9319685013f669562c61695fc/stream.ts?Params=3d91ff4959a3afb3e31fa938aa7e8aec;uuid:00000000-0000-1010-8000-fcf15211ae55;c37620d9319685013f669562c61695fc;false;h264;ac3;1;6;139552000;448000;;30;1920;1080;0;;;;;;34ca5bda97f0477e92c038249b0a29a2;;;c37620d9319685013f669562c61695fc;false;Encode;;false;22cfe725492ce27bc20f0e1d14c35c77;false;;false;false;SubtitleCodecNotSupported. getcontentFeatures.dlna.org=1, Pragma=getIfoFileURI.dlna.org, transferMode.dlna.org=Streaming, X-AV-Physical-Unit-Info=pa="BRAVIA KDL-42W829B";, X-AV-Client-Info=av=5.0; cn="Sony Corporation"; mn="BRAVIA KDL-42W829B"; mv="1.7";, Host=192.168.1.75:8096 2018-02-10 00:59:08.361 Info HttpServer: HTTP Response 200 to 192.168.1.68. Time: 3ms. - However the KDL-32W653A doesn't behave and only manages to play some of the mp4s, the rest get a 'Playback not supported' message. The files do play via the built in network browser, as mentioned further up, but the whole experience is pretty nasty and the controls are equally nasty. Here's some of the logs when attempting to cast to that Bravia: .....getcontentFeatures.dlna.org=1, Pragma=getIfoFileURI.dlna.org, X -AV-Physical-Unit-Info=pa="BRAVIA KDL-32W653A";, X-AV-Client-Info=av=5.0; cn="Sony Corporation"; mn="BRAVIA KDL-32W653A"; mv="1.7"; 2018-02-10 00:23:43.705 Info Dlna: No matching device profile found. The default will need to be used. DeviceDescription: FriendlyName:TV Manufacturer:Sony Corporation ManufacturerUrl:http://www.sony.net/ ModelDescription: ModelName:KDL-32W653A ModelNumber:MINT1.7.0.1 ModelUrl: SerialNumber: 2018-02-10 00:23:34.296 Info HttpResultFactory: Setting range response values for /Users/Default/Emby/Movies/Manhattan (1979)/Manhattan (1979).mkv. RangeRequest: bytes=0- Content-Length: 4817882795, Content-Range: bytes 0-4817882794/4817882795 2018-02-10 00:23:34.296 Info HttpResultFactory: Transmit file /Users/Default/Emby/Movies/Manhattan (1979)/Manhattan (1979).mkv 2018-02-10 00:23:34.411 Info HttpServer: HTTP GET http://192.168.1.75:8096/videos/a46dcfc4b9b328cfb29b3e52359a0d9e/stream.mkv?Params=;uuid:00000000-0000-1010-8000-d8d43c10cf9f;5f7fd41d45ba209cee88c8ead8278404;true;;;1;6;;;;;;;0;;;;;;e37ea56c357a42f2bb37b286cff49e31;;;a46dcfc4b9b328cfb29b3e52359a0d9e;false;Embed;;false;879aa9dc599c31576aa4001fa44270ac;false;;false;false;. Range=bytes=4817555400-, getcontentFeatures.dlna.org=1, Pragma=getIfoFileURI.dlna.org, X-AV-Physical-Unit-Info=pa="BRAVIA KDL-32W653A";, X-AV-Client-Info=av=5.0; cn="Sony Corporation"; mn="BRAVIA KDL-32W653A"; mv="1.7";, Host=192.168.1.75:8096 2018-02-10 00:23:34.412 Info HttpServer: HTTP Response 500 to 192.168.1.69. Time: 118ms. http://192.168.1.75:8096/videos/a46dcfc4b9b328cfb29b3e52359a0d9e/stream.mkv?Params=;uuid:00000000-0000-1010-8000-d8d43c10cf9f;5f7fd41d45ba209cee88c8ead8278404;true;;;1;6;;;;;;;0;;;;;;e37ea56c357a42f2bb37b286cff49e31;;;a46dcfc4b9b328cfb29b3e52359a0d9e;false;Embed;;false;879aa9dc599c31576aa4001fa44270ac;false;;false;false; 2018-02-10 00:23:34.413 Info HttpResultFactory: Setting range response values for /Users/Default/Emby/Movies/Manhattan (1979)/Manhattan (1979).mkv. RangeRequest: bytes=4817555400- Content-Length: 327395, Content-Range: bytes 4817555400-4817882794/4817882795 2018-02-10 00:23:34.502 Info HttpServer: HTTP Response 206 to 192.168.1.69. Time: 91ms. http://192.168.1.75:8096/videos/a46dcfc4b9b328cfb29b3e52359a0d9e/stream.mkv?Params=;uuid:00000000-0000-1010-8000-d8d43c10cf9f;5f7fd41d45ba209cee88c8ead8278404;true;;;1;6;;;;;;;0;;;;;;e37ea56c357a42f2bb37b286cff49e31;;;a46dcfc4b9b328cfb29b3e52359a0d9e;false;Embed;;false;879aa9dc599c31576aa4001fa44270ac;false;;false;false; I can see the 500 response in there after attempting to play which I assume is the not supported issue (maybe it isn't though..). I looked at the preset profiles and custom profile section in the server admin area but didn't really know where to start. I appreciate this probably isn't an easy one to sort without having access to the Bravia itself but wondered if I could get some pointers on how to get the device to be picked up at least to attempt to load it - I'm not great at regex and have never created a profile before so a bit out of my depth really! If it's any help, I've dug up the DLNA test certificate for the device: http://certification.dlna.org/certs/REG14144867.pdf Amazing work creating this wonderful software by the way - in my short time using it I think it's head and shoulders above what I've used in the past. I can see myself joining the Premier club once I've got myself sorted with the initial setup.
  3. Hi all. I'd really appreciate a steer on where I'm going wrong with my Emby setup - it's becoming really frustrating! I have Emby Server (3.1.266.0 beta) set up in Lubuntu 16.04. My machine specs are as follows: i5 6600t HD 7950 3 GB 8GB RAM 1 TB 7200rpm HDD for media I have a powerline based home network using AV2 compliant adapters. I've tried a couple of different playback approaches - DNLA via my Bravia TV, Emby for Kodi on my RPi 2 and an old Android TV box (Minix Neo X7) but none work reliably. My media is really mixed in terms of formats and bitrates. I used to have an HTPC in the living room so had no problems with playback, but since moving to a server in another room I have had real trouble getting many things to play successfully. Higher quality files often stutter then fail and I have problems getting HEVC and other files to play at all at times. I'm happy that my network speed is decent - so I guess the issue is transcoding? I have used the Bravia 2014 profile in the past, but this didn't really help. Can someone please tell me what I need to look for in the logs? There's no info on profiles in the wiki so I'm a bit lost as to what to change to force transcoding and what settings would be best to ensure reliable playback. Attached are some recent logs - these will only show DNLA access via the TV I think Cheers ffmpeg-transcode-5b0315be-5855-4daa-8a47-e9bb820f6493.txt server-63618980178.txt
  4. Over the last couple of months, as I've sporadically upgraded emby, I've noticed some content streaming issues via DLNA to my KDL-42W670A. I've had these in the past but was extremely happy with how comprehensive emby was before now. Until Jan 1st I don't think I'd ever actually had something streamed by emby give me an Unsupported content warning. The most understandable is when something will stream, gives the warning, but then audio or video wont work... but extremely confusingly and somewhat telling that something is set wrong in the profile, I have a complete show that plays fine, Audio works, Video works... but displays the unsupported content warning over the top of the show that is playing fine!? I'm happy to dig in and begin tweaking the profile to try and find the source of the issue, but I'm not sure what the best way to begin debugging this issue is. I'm not even sure how I can confirm which profile emby is using to stream to the TV and that the issue isnt emby mistakenly using too new of a profile, one that might be meant for newer sony bravia tvs. Sony's website is frankly useless for this sort of info. I checked the codec support and the show that plays audio and video fine but with the unsupported content warning over the top is using the supported codecs, creating further confusion as to how to get to the bottom of this DLNA issue. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  5. effakt

    Sony Bravia KDL-32W600A

    Hey, I have a Sony Bravia KDL-32W600A and am attempting to play .mkv files, I can play the video fine, but if I pause the video, fast forward or rewind, The video plays back from the beginning. Has anybody had this issue and been able to resolve it? Thanks. server-63573965130.txt
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