Onlinevideos crash MP when I try to play something from SVT Play

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    Hi, as the title says, this is what happens. I select something to watch, the buffering starts, and then it crashes.
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    I can't take a look at this at the moment, vacation. Does mp crash only playing SVTPlay content? Have you tried UR Play, DPlay, Viasat or TV4 Play? Can you play local content; what if you download from SVTPlay and play the downloaded content? (To be able to see the dowloaded content you have to add .f4m as video content in mediaportal settings).
     
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    I have since I reported this updated to 1.15, but the problem persists. Some time ago I tried the madvr builds, including the onlinevideos version, but have since restored the standard version, including onlinevideos. I have reinstalled onlinevideos several times.
    TV (MP tv-server with Argus scheduling), moving pictures and mytvseries all work fine, but onlinevideos crash, I tried youtube and locally saved material, but it all crashes.
    I remember that onlinevideos have worked, just a few weeks ago, but now it crashes MP.
     
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    This look suspicuous... (OnlineVideos.log in the attachment above)

     
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    I think this is the problem (and cached installers).
    Could you try to:
    • Uninstall OV agian
    • Remove all OnlineVideos related stuff (.dll and folder) )in C:\Program Files (x86)\Team MediaPortal\MediaPortal\plugins\Windows\
    • Open MediaPortal Extensions Manager (MPEM)
    • Clean the MPEM cache
    • Refresh update info
    • Install OnlineVideos
     
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    Actually, the onlinevideo fix for madvr was only a dll, so that was easy to restore. I think there were some other leftover that created problems. Anyway, due to unforeseen events (=fumblefingers), I had to do a total reinstall and now all is working again.
     
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    Great! Thanks for letting us know that you have solved your problems (y)
     

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