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No video playback on KU6300 with Windows 7 Media Center files


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I have an emby server on windows 7  with Server WMC, and also I expose the WTV files separately.

 

This works well with my windows 10 client, and all my android clients, but when I try to connect to either the 'Live TV' (ServerWMC) connection or the 'Recorded TV'(Indexed WTV) files from the Samsung, all I get is a spinning bar.    If I use the web browser from the samsung, I get a bit better results- I get some images coming through, but it is choppy. 

 

Any suggestions on settings to check to see what is happening?

 

 

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Hi - here are the logs.  I see some errors in the logs about connecting to 192.168.0.1, but I use 192.168.2.x subnet, so I don't know if that is something or just a red herring.

 

I am trying to see if I transcode them to a different format if that works.

 

 

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Hi, and this doesn't happen with other video files? the logs here look pretty good. Can you provide a sample file for testing? thanks !

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I apologize- I thought I replied.  After creating a few short test files, of 1 minute, 5 minutes, 10 minutes,15 minutes and 30 minutes, all on the same channel, I found that the 1,5 and 10-minute videos played (with progressive delays at the larger videos).  I then saw that I was a little behind in server versions and updated.  Now I have been able to play 2 hour shows with no problem, other than some transcoding slowness once in a while.  I am not sure that the Intel QuickSync Transcoding is really working- My rig is a Core-I5 (forget model # off top of my head, its a 3xxx series), and the main TV display is connected to a Radeon 7780.   I am not sure ffmpeg is really using the quicksync, cpu seems to spike during transcoding.

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