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  1. Several Attempts to play MTP Daily S2020E208 2020-10-15-1659 on the Shield Emby Client at around 13.03 failed after about 1 second with a spinner and a "too many errors" message. Playing the same program through the WebUI worked normally. After waiting for running scheduled tasks to finish, I stopped the server from the WebUI dashboard and then restarted the Shield. The program then played normally on both devices. I have additional ffmpeg-directstream logs from playback attempts, all of which show the same "[q] command received. Exiting." message as the attached example. embyserver-63738364009.txt ffmpeg-directstream-9f6c548a-4f2f-47bb-9649-1494adb0b393_1.txt
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