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I'm runnning EmbyServer on my Unraid server and it works great. However, after a certain amount of time, the when I go to play media on any device, I will get this message 'No compatible streams are currently available. Please try again later or contact your system administrator for details.' The server itself is still functional: I can still configure things, mess with settings etc. However, I can not play any media.

The fix I've found for this right now, albeit a poor one, is to simply delete my library folders and then recreate them. After this, I can watch media again, but then the issue will occur again in a few days or so. This is really frustrating, especially since I have EmbyPremiere and I have to keep remapping my library just to watch media.

Can anyone help me fix this issue permanently? Cheers.

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Okay here are the logs from today.

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Hi, I'm experiencing this same error on Linux Mint 19.3 Tricia (MATE) x64.  I can perform all the regular functions of managing the server but when I try to playback media I get the same error as the OP "Playback error. No compatible streams are currently available". If you'd like logs please let me know! Thanks. 

 

EDIT: The error listed above occurs when I try to playback within Firefox. However, when I try to playback on my Roku, I get a different error that I imagine is related to the same root problem : "Playback Error - No Valid Bitrates"

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Hi, I'm experiencing this same error on Linux Mint 19.3 Tricia (MATE) x64.  I can perform all the regular functions of managing the server but when I try to playback media I get the same error as the OP "Playback error. No compatible streams are currently available". If you'd like logs please let me know! Thanks. 

 

EDIT: The error listed above occurs when I try to playback within Firefox. However, when I try to playback on my Roku, I get a different error that I imagine is related to the same root problem : "Playback Error - No Valid Bitrates"

 

Hi there @@Zaevin, can we please look at an example? Please attach the information requested in how to report a media playback issue. Thanks !

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