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NANO SHELL

Hi,

 

Lately I have been receiving an error when ever I go to resume a video (After pausing the video...not closing the video). I get the Error:

 

Video Error

There was an error playing the video.

 

When this error appears, it instantly restarts the video from the start. Using the seek bar to get back to where I was at can sometime make this error re-appear. I have found closing the browser to be a temporary fix. I have provided the 3 most recent log files and a screenshot.

 

Chrome 51.0.2704.79 m

 

Thanks.

Server-63601027199.txt

Remux-941013a4-2ee7-4735-838c-33c860684fc0.txt

Remux-0f753049-f032-45fd-b661-ff5d0d8f8fbe.txt

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NANO SHELL

Hi, Not running a reverse proxy (or that I am aware of - PC is a new build). I am however running the Google Chrome extension 'Hola!VPN' but that is set to Australia (same as server) 98% of the time.

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Luke

can you try with that disabled, as well as a different browser for comparison purposes? thanks.

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NANO SHELL

Since turning off Hola! it has started working perfectly on both Chrome and Firefox. Will continue to test.

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Luke

What is probably happening is the vpn is closing the connection once data stops flowing due to pausing the video.

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NANO SHELL

Soo, the error started showing up again. I stopped using Firefox as I figured it was solved. After a day and a half, the issue returned again using chrome (VPN off). I notice that it seems to happen more so with TV shows. I will continue to test with Firefox.

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Smatthew

I am also having the same issue.  I do not have any VPN services running, ever.  It's been occurring for the past few weeks.  I changed from the stable release to the beta and the problem still persisted.  I have not tried another browser (aside from chrome) yet, and will give that a shot.  Other users in my household are not experiencing the same problem.

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