Bug#686044: Do not work for me (Was: works for me)

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Bug#686044: Do not work for me (Was: works for me)

Petter Reinholdtsen
Control: found -1 1.1.6+dfsg-1

[Mathieu Malaterre]
> Could you please check this is still the case for you with current
> minidlna release ?
>
> It is working for me.

I see the same problem in Debian Stable with this AVI file (info from file(1)):

  videos/cleanternet.avi: RIFF (little-endian) data, AVI, 1280 x 720, 25.00 fps,
     video:, audio: uncompressed PCM (stereo, 44100 Hz)

The minidlna.log show this message when trying to play the video using VLC:

  [2019/02/12 18:59:51] upnphttp.c:2003: warn: Specified range was invalid!

I also tested using Kodi as a DNLA client, and it failed to find any video files
at all, even the ones VLC could find.  VLC failed to find the .ogv file I added
to the DNLA directory, while it could see the .api and the .mpeg file.  I could
play the .mpeg file using VLC.

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Petter Reinholdtsen

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Bug#686044: Do not work for me (Was: works for me)

Alexander Gerasiov-3
On Tue, 12 Feb 2019 19:05:23 +0100
Petter Reinholdtsen <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Control: found -1 1.1.6+dfsg-1
>
> [Mathieu Malaterre]
> > Could you please check this is still the case for you with current
> > minidlna release ?
> >
> > It is working for me.  
>
> I see the same problem in Debian Stable with this AVI file (info from
> file(1)):
>
>   videos/cleanternet.avi: RIFF (little-endian) data, AVI, 1280 x 720,
> 25.00 fps, video:, audio: uncompressed PCM (stereo, 44100 Hz)

Please try 1.2.1 from stretch-backports. I'm quite sure the problem is
fixed there.

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Bug#686044: Do not work for me (Was: works for me)

Petter Reinholdtsen
[Alexander Gerasiov]
> Please try 1.2.1 from stretch-backports. I'm quite sure the problem is
> fixed there.

Never mind, I came across
<URL: http://gxben.wordpress.com/2008/08/24/why-do-i-hate-dlna-protocol-so-much/ >
and discovered DLNA were not going to solve my problem anyway, as most
of my files do not have the approved formats so I decided to drop DLNA
and use Samba instead.

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Bug#686044: Do not work for me (Was: works for me)

Alexander Gerasiov-3
On Wed, 13 Feb 2019 08:58:06 +0100
Petter Reinholdtsen <[hidden email]> wrote:

> [Alexander Gerasiov]
> > Please try 1.2.1 from stretch-backports. I'm quite sure the problem
> > is fixed there.  
>
> Never mind, I came across
> <URL:
> http://gxben.wordpress.com/2008/08/24/why-do-i-hate-dlna-protocol-so-much/
> > and discovered DLNA were not going to solve my problem anyway, as
> > most of my files do not have the approved formats so I decided to
> > drop DLNA
> and use Samba instead.
This article is wrong. In my setup minidlna casts many other formats not
only ones mentioned there. And in most cases everything works fine.

Anyway I'd be grateful if you test this video (or give a link to
download) to tag the bug as found or not-found in 1.2.1

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Bug#686044: Do not work for me (Was: works for me)

Petter Reinholdtsen
[Alexander Gerasiov]
> This article is wrong. In my setup minidlna casts many other formats not
> only ones mentioned there. And in most cases everything works fine.

Aha.  Do you use .avi, .ogv, .mkv, .iso as well as .flac in your end?

> Anyway I'd be grateful if you test this video (or give a link to
> download) to tag the bug as found or not-found in 1.2.1

I'll see how my samba testing work out.  Currently it is not able to
feed data quickly enough to my Kodi instance, and I do not know where
the bottleneck is.

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Petter Reinholdtsen