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  1. Hello, I have a fresh install of Emby server 3.4.1.0 on a Raspberry Pi 3B+ with Raspbian Stretch (2018-06-27). I'm trying to play videos on an Apple TV 4th generation (A1625 32GB) running the current tvOS (11.4 15L577) with a new install of the Emby app. All my media files are h264 in mp4 containers. I turned off transcoding permission for the Emby user to ensure direct play. I've tried a variety of different files, and I always get the same result: it starts off playing normally, then after a few seconds I start seeing flickers of a gray screen that says: "Oops. Something went wrong. Maximum call stack size exceeded." These occur just for 1 or 2 frames at a time, one every few seconds, with normal video in between. This continues for a minute or two, then the app crashes to the Apple TV home screen. If I try to fast-forward, the app hangs for a long time (10+ seconds) as though it's going to resume play, then crashes without playing. Server logs attached (Log1.txt is fast-forwarding, Log2.txt is just playing). I'm not sure how to provide logs from the Apple TV. Everything about my system is plain vanilla (fresh installs, no customization, nothing weird) so it's odd to find such a debilitating error. Are others having trouble with the Emby Apple TV app? If I can provide any further info please let me know. Thanks, Robert Log1.txt Log2.txt
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