So -- I hate to be the kid who reminds the teacher that she forgot to assign homework, but ...
I have been trialing Emby (as referenced in my earlier posts) in a comparison vs Plex. The main TV uses a FireTV Stick. We do only in-home streaming with no 'users' (only my wife and I using a client on living room TV and a Roku client on the bedroom TV).
It was my understanding after looking at the feature matrix that when the FireTV client trial had expired, I would have to either pay for Premier or pay for unlocking the app (or go back to Plex).
My trial is definitely expired on the FireTV client -- but I can't see any change in functionality. The app knows it's expired -- but I can play programs on it just fine.
The feature-matrix led me to believe that there would be 'limited playback' (whatever that means).
Is the feature-matrix correct? Or because I'm only serving up local files during the test, is that covered in basic functionality?
I'm prepared to receive the ire of other users if this has been that way a while and everybody else had the good sense not to point it out. :-)