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BigBeard

Network Files and Fire TV

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I have used CinemaVision for a while now with my Kodi install on a Raspberry Pi 3, and have had no issues. I just switched over to a new Amazon Fire TV (the latest diamond shaped dongle thing) and am having some issues. I have all my content served over the network using nfs: shares from an openmediavault server. I can see all my content in Kodi with no issues. I installed the CV addon and configured the content path to nfs://SkyNetMedia/export/DATA5/CinemaVision with no issues and it vreated the directory structure. I then moved my CV content to that new folder and created a simple test sequence that plays 1 trailer, an audio format bumper (forced Dolby Atmos) then the feature. Upon running it, it only plays a single trailer and then the feature skipping the audio format. I tried to force the audio format to select a file but it only lets me select from local internal or external storage. There is no choice to use my nfs share. I've checked the permissions and all files and folders are 777 so I doubt it's a permissions issue. I don't know why it's skipping the audio format bumper. I went back and added 5 minutes of trivia and it also skips that as well. I do know on the RPi I had to mount the network share to a local folder to get it to work but have no idea how to do that on the FireTV. Any clues?  Here are the related lines from the kodi log.

 

14:30:59.236 T:18446744072573417760  NOTICE: [- CinemaVision -]: Version: 1.1.0
14:31:01.890 T:18446744072573417760  NOTICE: [- CinemaVision -] (API): Rating Systems:
14:31:01.891 T:18446744072573417760  NOTICE: [- CinemaVision -] (API):   MPAA: [G, PG, PG-13, R, NC-17, NR]
14:31:01.892 T:18446744072573417760  NOTICE: [- CinemaVision -] (API):   FSK: [18, 16, 12, 6, 0]
14:31:01.893 T:18446744072573417760  NOTICE: [- CinemaVision -] (API):   DEJUS: [18 Anos, 16 Anos, 14 Anos, 12 Anos, 10 Anos, Livre]
14:31:01.894 T:18446744072573417760  NOTICE: [- CinemaVision -] (API):   BBFC: [R18, 18, 15, 12, 12A, PG, U, Uc]
14:31:02.232 T:18446744072573417760 WARNING: CSkinInfo: failed to load skin settings
14:31:02.294 T:18446744073334163744   ERROR: Control 201 in window 13001 has been asked to focus, but it can't
14:31:08.197 T:18446744072573417760 WARNING: CSkinInfo: failed to load skin settings
14:31:10.635 T:18446744072663361824  NOTICE: [plugin.video.youtube] Running: YouTube (5.4.5) on Krypton (Kodi-17.5) with Python 2.7.12
14:31:10.664 T:18446744072663361824 WARNING: [plugin.video.youtube] DEPRECATED "plugin://plugin.video.youtube/?action=play_video&videoid=i3wJjLXjySg"
14:31:10.664 T:18446744072663361824 WARNING: [plugin.video.youtube] USE INSTEAD "plugin://plugin.video.youtube/play/?video_id=i3wJjLXjySg"
14:31:14.076 T:18446744073334163744  NOTICE: VideoPlayer: Opening: https://r4---sn-q4f7sn7s.googlevideo.com/videoplayback?lmt=1486553175041528&itag=22&initcwndbps=910000&pl=39&source=youtube&sparams=dur%2Cei%2Cid%2Cinitcwndbps%2Cip%2Cipbits%2Citag%2Clmt%2Cmime%2Cmm%2Cmn%2Cms%2Cmv%2Cpl%2Cratebypass%2Crequiressl%2Csource%2Cexpire&expire=1513909872&dur=79.180&mv=m&mt=1513888171&ms=au&id=o-AKqPWrV0AVxyHqezF5P7bStOJ3b_uzytwuJBsef_vWB5&ei=EBo8Wt_uE8nruAXQ9rr4Cw&mn=sn-q4f7sn7s&signature=28B78EB654631C5ADDE46AAAEB93A23D89304527.C3AEDD6C1F7AF575CF21C1490BBB8EF2E096AD94&mm=31&mime=video%2Fmp4&ipbits=0&ratebypass=yes&ip=2600%3A1700%3Aaa00%3A28a0%3Abca0%3A3623%3A3f5c%3Aa5ca&key=yt6&requiressl=yes
14:31:14.077 T:18446744073334163744 WARNING: CDVDMessageQueue(player)::Put MSGQ_NOT_INITIALIZED
14:31:14.230 T:18446744072663361824  NOTICE: Creating InputStream
14:31:15.008 T:18446744072663361824  NOTICE: Creating Demuxer
14:31:16.308 T:18446744072663361824  NOTICE: Opening stream: 0 source: 256
14:31:16.309 T:18446744072663361824  NOTICE: Creating video codec with codec id: 28
14:31:16.397 T:18446744072663361824  NOTICE: Creating video thread
14:31:16.397 T:18446744072663361824  NOTICE: Opening stream: 1 source: 256
14:31:16.397 T:18446744072663361824  NOTICE: Finding audio codec for: 86018
14:31:16.398 T:18446744072404486432  NOTICE: running thread: video_thread
14:31:16.399 T:18446744072663361824  NOTICE: Creating audio thread
14:31:16.400 T:18446744072375236896  NOTICE: running thread: CVideoPlayerAudio::Process()
14:31:16.411 T:18446744072375236896  NOTICE: Creating audio stream (codec id: 86018, channels: 2, sample rate: 44100, no pass-through)
14:31:16.428 T:18446744072954874144  NOTICE: Trying to open: 44100 samplerate 12 channelMask 4 encoding
14:31:16.441 T:18446744072954874144  NOTICE: CAESinkAUDIOTRACK::Initializing with: m_sampleRate: 44100 format: AE_FMT_FLOAT (AE) method: PCM stream-type: PCM-STREAM min_buffer_size: 22688 m_frames: 1418 m_frameSize: 8 channels: 2
14:31:16.486 T:18446744073334163744  NOTICE: Using GL_TEXTURE_2D
14:31:16.486 T:18446744073334163744  NOTICE: GL: Using MediaCodec (Surface) render method
14:31:16.486 T:18446744073334163744  NOTICE: GL: NPOT texture support detected
14:31:23.017 T:18446744072404486432 WARNING: CRenderManager::WaitForBuffer - timeout waiting for buffer
14:31:23.207 T:18446744073334163744  NOTICE: CVideoPlayer::CloseFile()
14:31:23.208 T:18446744073334163744  NOTICE: VideoPlayer: waiting for threads to exit
14:31:23.212 T:18446744072663361824  NOTICE: CVideoPlayer::OnExit()
14:31:23.212 T:18446744072663361824  NOTICE: Closing stream player 1
14:31:23.212 T:18446744072663361824  NOTICE: Waiting for audio thread to exit
14:31:23.222 T:18446744072375236896  NOTICE: thread end: CVideoPlayerAudio::OnExit()
14:31:23.223 T:18446744072663361824  NOTICE: Closing audio device
14:31:23.254 T:18446744072663361824  NOTICE: Deleting audio codec
14:31:23.254 T:18446744072663361824  NOTICE: Closing stream player 2
14:31:23.254 T:18446744072663361824  NOTICE: waiting for video thread to exit
14:31:23.270 T:18446744072404486432  NOTICE: thread end: video_thread
14:31:23.272 T:18446744072663361824  NOTICE: deleting video codec
14:31:23.390 T:18446744073334163744  NOTICE: VideoPlayer: finished waiting
14:31:23.436 T:18446744073334163744  NOTICE: CVideoPlayer::CloseFile()
14:31:23.436 T:18446744073334163744  NOTICE: VideoPlayer: waiting for threads to exit
14:31:23.436 T:18446744073334163744  NOTICE: VideoPlayer: finished waiting
14:31:23.436 T:18446744073334163744  NOTICE: CVideoPlayer::CloseFile()
14:31:23.436 T:18446744073334163744  NOTICE: VideoPlayer: waiting for threads to exit
14:31:23.437 T:18446744073334163744  NOTICE: VideoPlayer: finished waiting

 

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1 hour ago, BigBeard said:

I have used CinemaVision for a while now with my Kodi install on a Raspberry Pi 3, and have had no issues. I just switched over to a new Amazon Fire TV (the latest diamond shaped dongle thing) and am having some issues. I have all my content served over the network using nfs: shares from an openmediavault server. I can see all my content in Kodi with no issues. I installed the CV addon and configured the content path to nfs://SkyNetMedia/export/DATA5/CinemaVision with no issues and it vreated the directory structure. I then moved my CV content to that new folder and created a simple test sequence that plays 1 trailer, an audio format bumper (forced Dolby Atmos) then the feature. Upon running it, it only plays a single trailer and then the feature skipping the audio format. I tried to force the audio format to select a file but it only lets me select from local internal or external storage. There is no choice to use my nfs share. I've checked the permissions and all files and folders are 777 so I doubt it's a permissions issue. I don't know why it's skipping the audio format bumper. I went back and added 5 minutes of trivia and it also skips that as well. I do know on the RPi I had to mount the network share to a local folder to get it to work but have no idea how to do that on the FireTV. Any clues?  Here are the related lines from the kodi log.

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