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Re: Version 5.0.0 is released

Post by Paradox » Sat Jan 31, 2015 4:01 pm

Is anyone having browsing speed issues?

By that i mean the list/directory of files on my Bravia TV seem to take longer to display than it did in Version 4.31. Its almost like the rendering the directory tree faster improvement that came along for Bravias around version (i think it was) version 3.1 has been removed.

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Re: Version 5.0.0 is released

Post by SubJunk » Tue Feb 03, 2015 4:41 pm

spkbr wrote:Thank you. Was waiting for the final release!
Thanks :)
AYColumbia wrote:Thanks guys! Great release. Love the new Status view and thank you for the new Renderers list. :)
Thanks for the feedback! :)
Phonism wrote:What an upgrade! The update looks great and you guys just rock! Thank you!
Thanks a lot, phonism! You rock, too
Rhialto wrote:Upgraded from 3.x and quicly tested a few seconds of a few files I had and seems to work like a charm... GT50 here. Thanks!
Thanks for confirming :)
Wolfgan wrote:Excellent! Thanks all devs for the hard work on releasing this major version.
Thank you, Wolfgan :)

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Re: Version 5.0.0 is released

Post by SubJunk » Tue Feb 03, 2015 4:52 pm

sombudy wrote:Solved: viewtopic.php?f=9&t=2919&p=14582#p14595

After updating UMS from 4.40 to 5.00, BubbleUPnP Server has been unable to connect to UMS because it now ignores self-originating requests.

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Build: 9ea9f7856 (2015-01-10)
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DEBUG 17:51:29.695 [UPNP-AliveMessageSender] Sending ALIVE...
TRACE 17:51:29.697 [New I/O worker #13] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1625
TRACE 17:51:29.698 [New I/O worker #14] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1626
TRACE 17:51:37.319 [UPNPHelper] Sending discovery [MyIP:62704]: HTTP/1.1 200 OK<CRLF>CACHE-CONTROL: max-age=1200<CRLF>DATE: Mon, 26 Jan 2015 01:51:37 GMT<CRLF>LOCATION: http://MyIP:5001/description/fetch<CRLF>SERVER: Windows_7-amd64-6.1, UPnP/1.0, UMS/5.0.0<CRLF>ST: urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ContentDirectory:1<CRLF>EXT: <CRLF>USN: uuid:UMS::urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ContentDirectory:1<CRLF>Content-Length: 0<CRLF><CRLF>
TRACE 17:51:37.319 [UPNPHelper] Resending last discovery [MyIP:62704]
TRACE 17:51:37.321 [UPNPHelper] Resending last discovery [MyIP:62704]
TRACE 17:51:37.322 [UPNPHelper] Resending last discovery [MyIP:62704]
TRACE 17:51:37.332 [New I/O worker #3] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1692
TRACE 17:51:37.333 [New I/O worker #4] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1693
TRACE 17:51:37.334 [New I/O worker #5] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1694
TRACE 17:51:37.335 [New I/O worker #6] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1695
TRACE 17:51:37.819 [UPNPHelper] Resending last discovery [MyIP:62704]
TRACE 17:51:37.819 [UPNPHelper] Resending last discovery [MyIP:62704]
TRACE 17:51:37.822 [UPNPHelper] Resending last discovery [MyIP:62704]
TRACE 17:51:37.822 [UPNPHelper] Resending last discovery [MyIP:62704]
TRACE 17:51:37.823 [New I/O worker #7] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1696
TRACE 17:51:37.824 [New I/O worker #8] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1697
TRACE 17:51:37.825 [New I/O worker #9] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1698
TRACE 17:51:37.826 [New I/O worker #10] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1699
TRACE 17:51:38.319 [UPNPHelper] Resending last discovery [MyIP:62704]
TRACE 17:51:38.319 [UPNPHelper] Resending last discovery [MyIP:62704]
TRACE 17:51:38.322 [UPNPHelper] Resending last discovery [MyIP:62704]
TRACE 17:51:38.322 [UPNPHelper] Resending last discovery [MyIP:62704]
TRACE 17:51:38.323 [New I/O worker #11] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1706
TRACE 17:51:38.324 [New I/O worker #12] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1707
TRACE 17:51:38.325 [New I/O worker #13] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1708
TRACE 17:51:38.327 [New I/O worker #14] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1709
TRACE 17:51:38.832 [UPNPHelper] Resending last discovery [MyIP:62704]
TRACE 17:51:38.833 [UPNPHelper] Resending last discovery [MyIP:62704]
TRACE 17:51:38.834 [UPNPHelper] Resending last discovery [MyIP:62704]
TRACE 17:51:38.835 [UPNPHelper] Resending last discovery [MyIP:62704]
TRACE 17:51:38.837 [New I/O worker #15] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1710
TRACE 17:51:38.839 [New I/O worker #16] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1711
TRACE 17:51:38.840 [New I/O worker #1] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1712
TRACE 17:51:38.840 [New I/O worker #2] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1713
TRACE 17:51:39.332 [UPNPHelper] Resending last discovery [MyIP:62704]
TRACE 17:51:39.333 [UPNPHelper] Resending last discovery [MyIP:62704]
TRACE 17:51:39.334 [UPNPHelper] Resending last discovery [MyIP:62704]
TRACE 17:51:39.335 [UPNPHelper] Resending last discovery [MyIP:62704]
TRACE 17:51:39.336 [New I/O worker #3] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1717
TRACE 17:51:39.337 [New I/O worker #4] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1718
TRACE 17:51:39.337 [New I/O worker #5] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1719
TRACE 17:51:39.339 [New I/O worker #6] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1720
DEBUG 17:51:39.867 [cling-15] BubbleUPnPServer found: (RemoteDevice) Identity: (RemoteDeviceIdentity) UDN: uuid:Bubble, Descriptor: http://MyIP:1640/dev/Bubble/desc.xml, Root: true
DEBUG 17:51:49.695 [UPNP-AliveMessageSender] Sending ALIVE...
TRACE 17:51:49.697 [New I/O worker #7] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1780
TRACE 17:51:49.698 [New I/O worker #8] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1781
TRACE 17:51:49.698 [New I/O worker #9] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1782
TRACE 17:51:49.698 [New I/O worker #10] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1783
TRACE 17:51:49.700 [New I/O worker #11] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1784
TRACE 17:51:49.700 [New I/O worker #12] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1785
TRACE 17:51:49.700 [New I/O worker #13] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1786
TRACE 17:51:49.701 [New I/O worker #14] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1787
TRACE 17:51:49.701 [New I/O worker #15] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1788
TRACE 17:51:49.701 [New I/O worker #16] Ignoring self-originating request from /MyIP:1789
Link to BubbleUPnP Server:
http://www.bubblesoftapps.com/bubbleupnpserver/#faq

Please allow self-originating requests so I can use the latest version of UMS.
I've created an issue report for this at https://github.com/UniversalMediaServer ... issues/478
Triplefun wrote:U5 is really great. However, just looked at the log files and note VLC is not found ..
Gonna need logs for this to see why it isn't recognizing it :)
DeFlanko wrote:Great job guys, sorry i haven't been around as much as id like.. this first year of being a parent is rough work! the hospital never gave me my parenting handbook!

But seriously, i can see how much hard work and effort into testing went into this major release, i hope we can alternatively call it the Plex killer. :lol:

again, like always, keep up the excellent work everyone, super proud of this!
No problem DeFlanko, we'll keep your seat warm for when you get more spare time :) Thanks!
paulgala89 wrote:Great job guys, the new version is amazing but I have a problem.. After updating UMS from 4.40 to 5.00, Xbox 360 has been unable to connect to UMS... In universal media server appears the console (with the right ip) but on the xbox 360... nothing! how this is possible? :?
No idea how it's possible, but can you try 5.0.0-b1 and 5.0.0-a1 to see when the bug first appeared?
RMcV wrote:Hi,

Even with the final release of 5.0.0, I still cannot play the next video in the directory. I get video cannot be played. This is the same error I got when testing 5 beta, 5 alpha works fine. I left a message with a zip with dump files in it, but nobody responded. Here is the link to that message viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2577&start=20#p13716 . Can somebody please help me out.

Thanks,

RMcV
It will be easier to give you support for this issue if you make a support thread for it - the announcement threads aren't for support :) If you can do that I will make some builds for you to test so we can fix this.
Nake wrote:I finished watching an episode of series and I was surfing web with phone at couch when I suddenly realized that my PC was louder than it should've been on idle. So I checked Task Manager and javaw.exe was using 25% of CPU (so it was CPU fan making all the noise). This is new in 5.0.0, never happened with earlier versions before, atleast for me. Unfortunately I rebooted UMS and I didn't remember to take logs to safety. I tried to reproduce this by playing same file for awhile but it didn't work. I make sure to add it next time when/if this happens again.

I have Java 8 Update 31 (32bit & 64bit) installed and I use BubbleUPnP on Nexus 4 (Lollipop 5.0.1) to browse files and to select what I want to watch via Chromecast. OS: Windows 7 64bit

EDIT: I think cause may be thumbnails, because I enabled them after updating to 5.0.0. I'd like to get confirmation for this one if the case is that. Tho dunno why it would take 15min+ to generate all thumbnails, I don't have that many files.
This is fixed in the upcoming version :)
Paradox wrote:Is anyone having browsing speed issues?

By that i mean the list/directory of files on my Bravia TV seem to take longer to display than it did in Version 4.31. Its almost like the rendering the directory tree faster improvement that came along for Bravias around version (i think it was) version 3.1 has been removed.
It should be nearly instant except on the first run, if it isn't please make sure the cache is enabled on the Navigation/Share Settings tab :)
hannubys wrote:Some files are missing one Xbox One. And on Xbox 360 the listing is not correct. I see All photos to access my videos files
Can you please make a support thread for this issue so we can do some tests?

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Re: Version 5.0.0 is released

Post by michaelt » Wed Feb 04, 2015 12:48 pm

I am new to this, been playing for about a week with V4.4.0. Works surprisingly well with a few minor issues which I will post later if and only off they persist in V5.0.0. I am a Mac user and have viewed its forum.

I upgraded to V5 yesterday without any problems. It worked as well as V4 (or better?) with a much needed status improvement. I was root causing a memory leak issue which seemed to disappear with V5. Today I went to further isolate and verify UMS operating properly with no leaks when I ran into an unexpected error: the video files (.mkv) are no longer recognized. Going back to V4 works.

I am unix savvy but not Java. Any pointers or suggestions are welcome, especially if there is a better place to post this.

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Re: Version 5.0.0 is released

Post by Paradox » Wed Feb 04, 2015 3:37 pm

SubJunk wrote:
Paradox wrote:Is anyone having browsing speed issues?

By that i mean the list/directory of files on my Bravia TV seem to take longer to display than it did in Version 4.31. Its almost like the rendering the directory tree faster improvement that came along for Bravias around version (i think it was) version 3.1 has been removed.
It should be nearly instant except on the first run, if it isn't please make sure the cache is enabled on the Navigation/Share Settings tab :)
Nope can definitely confirm it is an issue, have tried 5.00 with and without caching of files, tried resetting the cache, tried disabling thumnails and altering method for thumbnails, even complete fresh install. Browsing is very slow on my Bravia EX, roughly the speed it was before the speed improvements were made.

To doubly make sure i tried version 4.40 yesterday which until that point i also had never installed and like version 4.31 that version works fine.

The issue is worse for folders.....

Example...... You share a folder called say my files, inside that folder you have additional folders entitled Movies and TV, inside the TV folder you then have other folders entitled by the name of your show and then finally all the episodes of your shows in the appropriate folders. On version 5.00 it will take an age before it will let you browse to the next folder. Version 4.31 and 4.40 it is almost instant.

The more folders you have the longer they take to display and allow you to browse, its the same if you have a folder or even base directory with lots (more than around 50) files in, they take ages to all be displayed.

Its basically like the browsing improvements made around version 3.x for Sony devices is gone or not optimised to what it is in 4.40 and earlier. Happy using 4.40 though hope this issue is fixed in the next V5 release.

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Re: Version 5.0.0 is released

Post by jaskaho » Thu Feb 05, 2015 12:33 pm

I replied about problems with 4.4.0 before and reverted back to 4.3.1
I updated to 5.0.0 and everything seems great with the exception of my vizio E601i-A3
tv navigates folders but is slow and will not play any files. May just be sucky tv

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Re: Version 5.0.0 is released

Post by Paradox » Thu Feb 05, 2015 3:20 pm

jaskaho wrote:I replied about problems with 4.4.0 before and reverted back to 4.3.1
I updated to 5.0.0 and everything seems great with the exception of my vizio E601i-A3
tv navigates folders but is slow and will not play any files. May just be sucky tv
Nope you are right, Vizio TVs and Sonys from certain years share alot in common so im not shocked your browsing speed is sucky with 5.00 also. Something has defo gone loopy with 5.00

What issues did you have with version 4.40? I upgraded from 4.31 to 4.40 and from my limited testing it seems ok. Though if there is a big issue with 4.40 also ill likely also go back to 4.31.

EDIT: Never mind read your earlier posts sounds like you were unlucky with 4.40.

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Re: Version 5.0.0 is released

Post by SubJunk » Thu Feb 05, 2015 3:30 pm

michaelt wrote:I am new to this, been playing for about a week with V4.4.0. Works surprisingly well with a few minor issues which I will post later if and only off they persist in V5.0.0. I am a Mac user and have viewed its forum.

I upgraded to V5 yesterday without any problems. It worked as well as V4 (or better?) with a much needed status improvement. I was root causing a memory leak issue which seemed to disappear with V5. Today I went to further isolate and verify UMS operating properly with no leaks when I ran into an unexpected error: the video files (.mkv) are no longer recognized. Going back to V4 works.

I am unix savvy but not Java. Any pointers or suggestions are welcome, especially if there is a better place to post this.
Hi michaelt, please follow the link in my signature to get support for this issue. If I have logs I can probably fix it very quickly :)
Paradox wrote:Nope can definitely confirm it is an issue, have tried 5.00 with and without caching of files, tried resetting the cache, tried disabling thumnails and altering method for thumbnails, even complete fresh install. Browsing is very slow on my Bravia EX, roughly the speed it was before the speed improvements were made.

To doubly make sure i tried version 4.40 yesterday which until that point i also had never installed and like version 4.31 that version works fine.

The issue is worse for folders.....

Example...... You share a folder called say my files, inside that folder you have additional folders entitled Movies and TV, inside the TV folder you then have other folders entitled by the name of your show and then finally all the episodes of your shows in the appropriate folders. On version 5.00 it will take an age before it will let you browse to the next folder. Version 4.31 and 4.40 it is almost instant.

The more folders you have the longer they take to display and allow you to browse, its the same if you have a folder or even base directory with lots (more than around 50) files in, they take ages to all be displayed.

Its basically like the browsing improvements made around version 3.x for Sony devices is gone or not optimised to what it is in 4.40 and earlier. Happy using 4.40 though hope this issue is fixed in the next V5 release.
Thanks for testing and reporting this. Can you please try 5.0.0-a1 and 5.0.0-b1 to see if it's the same for those versions too? Also if you can make a support thread it will be easier to help, since it could get confusing in this one thread.
jaskaho wrote:I replied about problems with 4.4.0 before and reverted back to 4.3.1
I updated to 5.0.0 and everything seems great with the exception of my vizio E601i-A3
tv navigates folders but is slow and will not play any files. May just be sucky tv
That's great news that 5.0.0 is working great juskaho. If you can make me some logs for the Vizio TV I can make a renderer config for it that should fix it :)

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Re: Version 5.0.0 is released

Post by Paradox » Fri Feb 06, 2015 4:31 pm

Will try the alpha and beta 5.0 builds next week :) also notice the -lavcopts option in the bravia config has not been put back, will also look into that issue as previously promised at the same time and return to that conversation..... Thanks for your time subjunk :)

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Re: Version 5.0.0 is released

Post by wongnog » Fri Feb 06, 2015 5:23 pm

Loving the new v5, great work all you devs! For the XboxOne, thumbnails appear much better when the following is commented out in Microsoft-XboxOne.conf:

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#ThumbnailSize = 128x128

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