This is going to be a tricky one, I think…
My Vero 4k works pretty ok. I installed IP TV on top of the standard stuff and installed Spotify, Netflix and Disney+ addons - all 3 work very well. I mention them just to inform you guys my installation is not standard anymore.
What IS standard is the ability to watch videos from my NAS. It’s an old bird, but still fully functional. Using NFS, I am able to watch everything on it. All, but just 1 episode. For met to watch a second movie/episode, I need to first reboot the system. So:
- 1 movie
- 1 episode of a series
- and also, 1 channel on IP-TV
Selecting the next movie or episode or switching channels always ends up with me requiring to reboot the Vero, after which the story repeats.
Behavior is, for the movies and Series:
After clicking on the next video, the screen turns black and ‘buffering’ is displayed. This stays on for a very long (indefinite?) time.
TV-channels: more or less the same behavior, but most of the time OSMC displays a message that the IP-TV Proxy server is incorrectly configured, mostly due to initial configuration without a reboot. Obviously, this is not the case.
I initially thought the issue was separate, being that the TV-channel thing was not related to the movie/series issue, which lead me to believe that perhaps my older NAS (with an old version of NFS) might be the reason (time outs or whatever; I’ve seen posts about these types of issues with SMB shares). Obviously, this is still a possibility, but after thinking it thru, I do think this might be related.
In conclusion, I have a similar setup running on a different system, Win10 based. The Addons I use are the same. So far, I have not encountered the same behavior.
Please find the logs here: https://paste.osmc.tv/idudivecib
Thank you all for your support, appreciated!!
I still have this issue, every time I look at 1 episode, change a channel in IPTC, watch a movie, I need to reboot. Really annoying, stopping me from buying another Vero. Have a NUC with the same add-ons installed but running Windows10: no issue whatsoever!
Anyway, I created a new log. This time, I let it run along for a couple of days, so it should even include the regular reboots i am doing.
Please find the log here: https://paste.osmc.tv/erukivaseq