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Re: YouTube

PostPosted: Thu Apr 06, 2017 2:41 am
by Jimbo
fidmas wrote:Well, the 64bit version quite correctly tells me it can't run on my 32bit system. And, the TV's media player can't even see Serviio when I use the latest 32bit version of ffmpeg.exe. So, I guess I gotta give-up.

My system is 64-bits. The 32-bit should work the same as the 64-bit. I downloaded the 32-bit version selecting:

3.2.4
32-bit
static

I unzipped it and put the ffmpeg.exe file into the serviio/lib subfolder, restarted the serviio service and everything worked.

I, of course, assume that you are running the windows os. I am running windows 10.

Re: YouTube

PostPosted: Thu Apr 06, 2017 1:38 pm
by fidmas
Thanks. It's OK. I'm running this on a 32bit XP Pro, and it's still serviio 1.6.1 since I don't want it starting at every boot-up and I need to write code to only start/stop the service independently. I'll try the new ffmpeg again later and maybe the latest serviio if that fails. My Sony TV has a Youtube app that's not "too" bad, so it's not critical. Just annoying.

Re: YouTube

PostPosted: Sun Apr 09, 2017 9:27 am
by Tarrasque
Can confirm, had to upgrade ffmpeg to get youtube to work again.

Re: YouTube

PostPosted: Sun Apr 09, 2017 1:56 pm
by fidmas
Thank you much for the information. The latest 32bit ffmpeg doesn't work at all with serviio 1.6. I may play with upgrading serviio at sometime, but since it'll require more than a simple installation, this version is "Good Enough." Aside from streaming local content with serviio, the only plugins i care about are Youtube, CBS and TuneIn. Youtube is working for the most part and the Sony has a Youtube App for when it doesn't. CBS works fine for "some" shows and no-one has any interest in figuring out it fails for the majority of CBS programs. TuneIn stations normally work after 4 or 5 attempts at getting a stream started.

It seams there is very little interest in serviio support anymore (at least for what I use it for), and upgrading is hardly worth the hassle unless the things "I" use it for are made to work better.

Thanks for all your trouble.

Re: YouTube

PostPosted: Tue Apr 25, 2017 4:47 pm
by norm
gslater wrote:Problem I was having is resolved. I updated FFMPEG to the latest version according to the instructions at http://wiki.serviio.org/doku.php?id=win_ffmpeg and now my youtube content is updating and playing normally.
Thanks had the same problem. Noticed that youtube was not updating and "[FeedUpdaterWorker] Failed to retrieve online item information for" was appearing in the log for a whole lot of youtube content. Updated my ffmpeg to the latest version from Optware-ng and all is working again. Thanks for the hint.

Re: YouTube

PostPosted: Sun Apr 30, 2017 12:19 am
by mame32
Hi,

It works for me! Thank you for your help!

I have:

* Serviio 1.8
* Windows 10 (64bits)
* Samsung TV (LE40B650)

I had to update ffmpeg.exe .

After that, all works again!

Thanks! :D