Playback stopped before EOF
|Assignee:||Andreas Smas||% Done:|
|Found in version:||4.9.348||Platform:||PS3|
Only happens using onedrive links, I tried setting "Count video as played when reaching" to 100% and 0%, but it still stops at random percentages (usually around 60% to 90%)
BTW I finally found out how to do a debug http log if that would help?
httpclient: Follow temporary redirect again if we encouter errors during read
Some http-services generate temporary redirect URLs that are only valid for a
certain amount of time. Thus, we must follow the redirect again when we
encounter some type of error or we might fail to continue read the file
#2 Updated by ßlueplanet . about 6 years ago
Leonid Protasov wrote:
I have seen that before and that happened because of errors in MKV file I was watching. Movian should be more intelligent with those kind files for sure...
Well I do change the container to MKV before I upload my files to onedrive, as the service doesn't seem to like mp4 etc. But I did think it was an issue with onedrive, but after further testing movian stopped playback of a local MKV (well over DLNA)
[DEBUG]:Playback reached EOF: End of file (-1606004923)
01:48:15.312: Video [DEBUG]:Playback reached 38%, counting as played (http://192.168.0.3:53235/544.MKV)
#5 Updated by ßlueplanet . about 6 years ago
Andreas Öman wrote:
Can you provide, or point me to, a sample file that have this problem?
I have cut a 5 min sample from a file (using mkvmerge) that's particularly bad , but annoyingly I can't produce it with files less than an hour or so.
I just streamed the full file through movian's address bar to rule out any problems with navi-x
it stopped at 79% (log attached)
#8 Updated by ßlueplanet . almost 6 years ago
- File 62_ (murder by numbers).log added
Andreas Öman wrote:
I can't reproduce this .. tried streaming the video from onedrive multiple times and it has not failed me.
Does it happen every time for you guys?
Yes, although I will say if i stop/pause the video at some point during the movie then it usually doesn't do it.
I just streamed the original log file (murder by numbers) without stopping it, and it only got to 62% (log attached)
#9 Updated by Andreas Smas almost 6 years ago
- Status changed from Need feedback to Accepted
Ok, I've figured out what goes wrong.
The original URL
gets redirected to a temporary URL, such as
This URL is only valid for a given amount of time, and after a while the transfer is disconnected with the lifetime of this URL expires.
What needs to be done in that case is for Movian to re-query using the original URL.