dj7675 wrote:I'm having a bit of a problem queing up recorded tv shows that is causing the MPlay to crash. The problems occur when I...
-file>open a video
-que up 2-3 more videos
-let them play until the end of the last one
-Mplay exits when finished automatically
When I open MPlay back up and try to que more videos it crashes and exits out to the main Roku UI. I thought it might my Roku but found it does this on all 3 of the Roku's. Wondering if there is a bug, or if I am doing something incorrectly. Should I not set Mplay to exit automatically?
Thanks for the great app. As a side note I used the MyHD Card (which generally does a good job playing HD files) and a movie I recorded had so many issues I had to stop playback. Played it with the Roku/Mplay and it played perfectly-not one issue.
Probably busy working on other things, but wondering if you had any more thought on the que issues. They are still a problem.
Also if we would be looking forward to commercial skip incorporated into MPlay.
jayerndl wrote:I had been looking for a Roku PB alternative for a long time and finally gave up. I decided that for my use, the PB with MPlay is better than any of the newer alternatives. I have recently spent some time getting my Photobridge system to be user friendly and have hit a snag.
Here's the situtation, I have a combination of ripped DVDs (IFO), SD Tivo files, and HD Tivo files. I like the way the folder structure works for DVDs. The user can hit play when navigating on the folder and you can place addtional files in the folder for each movie for cover art, password access, and info. I would like to use the same configurations for my Tivo movies (one folder for each movie title). Is there anyway to get the DVD Smart Select to work on a folder that has only a single file (.ts,.mpg,.vob, etc.) inside? This would give a consistant user interface regardless of the source of the content. Thanks for a great application.