sansp00 wrote:I have installed TVersity yesterday night to stream to my RB and my PB. I had MPlay installed on my PB for 2 weeks now to play my family videos and it works like a charm. The thing is that I cant play TVersity 'feeds' !?! I see the selection from the internet 'feeds' but I cannot choose one ... I can browse, but cannot 'select'. What am I missing ?
I tried adding a stream to TVersity for test purposes which worked fine in WMP, but on the PB via MPlay, I can't 'select' it either.
Thanks in advance for you help ...
sansp00 wrote:I basically just open MPlay->Open a file than browse to TVersity folder and try to select one of the 'feed' ( if they actually are ... ) that have the MPlay icon in the TVersity Video Guide. The thing is that I can browse throught them, but I can't choose any of them.
sansp00 wrote:"Highlighting a video feed and pressing "Select" on the remote changes focus to the Choose button. A second press of the "Select" button launches the video." Thats exactly it, the second selet does not launch the video ... Actually, it does not do anything at all
sansp00 wrote:Im using TVersity version 0.9.0.4 and MPlay 3.5 ( build of the 09/04 ). This is running on a SP2 Windows XP box and a Roku HD1000 rev A (with the latest firmware) and a 64mb swap.
Is there a way that I could test some stuff to get more info ?
sansp00 wrote:The choose button does not do anything, I did not think about the command line option, so I'll try it out when I get back home.
Thanks for the support, I'll post later on the results ...
If that doesn't give you any additional information, could you give me the exact process you're going through to select the feed (ie. which UPnP folder, which feed, file browser icon mode, etc)? Thanks.
sansp00 wrote:Bad news, the ecp command line does the same as the interface ... Nada
# ecp MPlay play
# ecp MPlay status
sansp00 wrote:What I notice is that at the shell, I was not able to change directory to the TVersity dir ...
# ls -rlt
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 11 Apr 19 19:38 CompactFlash -> /mnt/flash1
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 5 Apr 19 19:38 Built-in -> /home
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 41 Apr 19 19:38 TVersity Media Server -> upnp:41f955b0-6146-4750-97ed-561f39a5aae4
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 33 Apr 19 19:38 none-bfopi9w8gp-my music -> /mnt/smb/none-bfopi9w8gp/my music
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 36 Apr 19 19:38 none-bfopi9w8gp-my pictures -> /mnt/smb/none-bfopi9w8gp/my pictures
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 34 Apr 19 19:38 none-bfopi9w8gp-my videos -> /mnt/smb/none-bfopi9w8gp/my videos
# cd TVersity\ Media\ Server
bash: cd: TVersity Media Server: No such file or directory
Is this normal ?
sansp00 wrote:Anyway, I'll await for further news and in the mean time try to revert to firmware minor .34 instead of .36, maybe this will solve the issue.
sansp00 wrote:Thanks for the help ...
I seem to have figured it out, I changed the MediaHub to Other and restarted the service with the Administrator user which worked.
sansp00 wrote:My only issue now is very choppy sound, I saw a previous thread about this, so I'll try rolling back to 2.0.34 ... I run very similar setup that was described, all wired up, netgear router, win XP pro SP2.
Just for the heck of it, what setting do you have in TVersity in the general and transcoding tabs ? I just want to make sure things are kosher.