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Morden2004

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Post Fri Jul 29, 2016 3:02 pm

"Not Supported File Format" on Samsung for all online music

In the past few months my ability to stream online radio to my Samsung LN40D550K TV has failed. I am using Serviio Pro 1.6.1 and I get the dredded "Not Supported File Format" for any/all online streams; MP3 and AAC. Music files stored on my server in both MP3 and FLAC formats do play fine on the Samsung using Serviio. Also, the streams play fine using the Serviio Media Browser. I have all the Plugins in the directory. Every other function of Serviio seems to be fine.

Any thoughts?

Paul
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atc98092

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Post Fri Jul 29, 2016 4:36 pm

Re: "Not Supported File Format" on Samsung for all online mu

Check to make sure the correct profile is selected in the Serviio console for your TV. If the IP address changed, it may not have picked up the correct profile.

Personally, I rarely use my Samsung devices as a DLNA player any more. They just don't seem to support DLNA very well. I have far better luck using Sony devices, as well as Roku players.
Dan

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Morden2004

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Location: Morden, Nova Scotia Canada

Post Fri Jul 29, 2016 9:24 pm

Re: "Not Supported File Format" on Samsung for all online mu

atc98092 wrote:Check to make sure the correct profile is selected in the Serviio console for your TV. If the IP address changed, it may not have picked up the correct profile.

Personally, I rarely use my Samsung devices as a DLNA player any more. They just don't seem to support DLNA very well. I have far better luck using Sony devices, as well as Roku players.


I checked the profile; it was correct. I will admit that the Samsung is not one of the great DLNA devices so I guess I'll find something else to feed my classic Sansui G8000. :|

Thanks for the reply.

Paul

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