Another Java Exception 2.2.0

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Re: Another Java Exception 2.2.0

Post by SubJunk » Wed Feb 13, 2013 10:53 pm

Excellent, thanks for confirming :D

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Re: Another Java Exception 2.2.0

Post by bevster » Mon Apr 08, 2013 8:45 am

SubJunk wrote:@orgon3: Your bug will be fixed in the next version after 2.2.6.

@bevster: Your bug is different but is something that you can fix :) The problem happens with many "WEB-DL" files because of the way they are encoded. You can get around it by using FFmpeg or MEncoder, since the bug only affects tsMuxeR. This bug will be somewhat fixed in the next version after 2.2.6
just wondering if this will be fixed soon, I use FFmpeg for now. Thanks for your support
I have tried with all the latest versions up to date, none have fixed it

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Re: Another Java Exception 2.2.0

Post by SubJunk » Mon Apr 08, 2013 9:32 am

It should have been fixed a while ago unless you rename your files. The fix I made is to tell the code "don't use tsMuxeR if the file has WEB-DL in the name"

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Re: Another Java Exception 2.2.0

Post by bevster » Mon Apr 08, 2013 4:34 pm

if I manually select ffmpeg or mencoder it always plays fine.. If I forget to browse the transcode folder and just play web-dl tv shows it will screw up as before.
so basically tsmuxer will never play those fine? because of the way they are encoded right?
Also I have not changed the file names, it just messes up as it always has with txmuxer.
Thanks for your help, I will just continue to change over to ffmpeg manually as I have been for those files.

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Re: Another Java Exception 2.2.0

Post by SubJunk » Mon Apr 08, 2013 5:03 pm

Hmm weird, it should be working without the transcode folder. Can you post your debug info using the latest version?

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Re: Another Java Exception 2.2.0

Post by bevster » Tue Apr 09, 2013 12:57 am

ok will post in a few days, thanks

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Re: Another Java Exception 2.2.0

Post by bevster » Tue Apr 09, 2013 5:19 pm

at 21:44:54 the usual tsmuxer problem occured and playback stops, so I started up ffmpeg right after to finish the show.
Only thing new is tsmuxer didnt want to play the file a few times as you see the earlier errors, so I transcoded for 5 seconds and then tsmuxer would start up after that.
Thank you
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Re: Another Java Exception 2.2.0

Post by SubJunk » Tue Apr 09, 2013 5:29 pm

Hmm can you try a clean install? One of your settings might be causing this to happen. You might want to backup your settings by renaming the "UMS" directory in C:\ProgramData\ to "UMS Backup" or something first.

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Re: Another Java Exception 2.2.0

Post by bevster » Wed Apr 10, 2013 2:26 pm

SubJunk wrote:Hmm can you try a clean install? One of your settings might be causing this to happen. You might want to backup your settings by renaming the "UMS" directory in C:\ProgramData\ to "UMS Backup" or something first.
want me to just use all default settings on the clean install, or can I change settings to how I like them ?
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Re: Another Java Exception 2.2.0

Post by SubJunk » Wed Apr 10, 2013 2:29 pm

Maybe just keep it clean for the test (other than adding your folder/s)

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