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DLNA not showing on Samsung UE32H5500 + no subs showing


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Headhunter123

Hi,

 

I'm trying to connect to my Emby server with my Samsung UE32H5500. Tried using the DLNA function of the tv to find the server. But that doesn't work. (DLNA is enabled in the dashboard.) As in, the server doen't show up.

I also tried clicking the stream icon while in the browse libary function of Emby. Thart works although no subs show. While if I stream diretly from the browser they do.

Any suggestions?

 

Jordi

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Headhunter123

Hi Luke,

 

Thanks for your reply. I've attached a zip with everything from the logs folder. I hope it can help you figure out what the problem is.

 

Your help is appreciated,

 

Jordi

 

Update: Also opened port 8096 for TCP from within Windows Firewall. No change.

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You could try again with the next release of Emby Server as there have been some dlna related fixes. thanks.

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Headhunter123

So Luke, You have no idea what causes this?

 

If not there's nothing to but wait I guess.

 

Thanks for the help,

 

Jordi

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It's might be something related to older models. I have slightly newer models for testing that are working just fine.

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Headhunter123

I see...

 

I'll also try running the server from a different pc. See what that does. Can you explain why something like Plex or Universal Media Server does work?

 

Thanks for your time and I'll keep my eyes open for new versions.

 

Jordi

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Because in reality, even though upnp/dlna is intended to be a universal standard, it's implemented differently by many devices. We do our best to account for these things based on user reports and based on the units we have available for testing. Sometimes though there are cases where the problem is not obvious, and until we're able to personally test with the same device it can be difficult to chase down. The 4.2 release contains improvements targeting other devices but it's possible it may help with yours as well. 

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Headhunter123

Thanks for the explanation. Any idea when the new version will surface?

 

Jordi

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Headhunter123

Ok thanks! I'll check back later. Thanks for all the effort you guys put in.

 

Lastly, am I right in thinking that if it works from a different pc (as in, the server gets detected when ran on a different pc.) it has something to do with the pc its currently on?

 

Trying everything.

 

Jordi

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Yes you should check windows firewall and make sure there are no rules set to block traffic from the server application. that could be causing it as well.

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Headhunter123

Right, I don't see anything that looks like that. I'll check on a different PC tomorrow and report back.

 

Jordi

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FreeBSD_Lover

It's might be something related to older models. I have slightly newer models for testing that are working just fine.

 

 

Because in reality, even though upnp/dlna is intended to be a universal standard, it's implemented differently by many devices.

 

Late coming to this, but yeah my older Samsung TV does not recognize Emby DLNA, nor does VLC on my Android phone, but both these devices work fine with miniDLNA.  Emby does work fine on our PS3 and PS4.  Way too many vendors have their own implementation of DLNA that is just the way it is I guess.  Thanks for trying to cover most of the bases!

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FreeBSD_Lover

I wouldn't burn out any brain cells over this one Luke; I was just affirming your comments, not asking for a fix.  I have a PS3 connected to same TV (and home theatre Onkyo receiver) so I'm good.

 

I would have to dig up the info, but its around 9 years old; was when 'smart' and led were both fairly new and expensive.  :-)

 

I can get you TV model info if you want.

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