[Videos] - Unable to play old recordings | Page 2

Discussion in 'MediaPortal 1.1.0 BETA 1' started by jameson_uk, October 29, 2009.

  1. jameson_uk
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    Odd... I have something like 10-15 of these. Nothing odd about recordings, they were just standard recordings from MP 1.0 (was December last year so possibly an RC or even 0.2.3. The recordings are sat on the same drive as all my other recordings and have not been touched since they were recorded.

    Odd that they work with tsreader from previous SVN but not this one.

    Wondering whether the tool I used to split the ts file actually broke it... did not try to play back the 250MB chunk before uploading.

    Out of interest where did you get those error messages from? I can't get on HTPC to check at the minute but I don't recall seeing anything like that in any logs I have seen.
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