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  1. #11
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    Here is the log after starting the stream from the guide in Edge and the the picture froze. It only lasted a few seconds.
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  2. #12
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    It doesn't look like anything has gone wrong in there.

    When it stops streaming, do you see more messages like these continuing to get added to the transcode log?

    frame= 614 fps= 36 q=22.0 size=N/A time=00:00:21.52 bitrate=N/A
    frame= 628 fps= 36 q=24.0 size=N/A time=00:00:21.98 bitrate=N/A
    frame= 646 fps= 36 q=25.0 size=N/A time=00:00:22.58 bitrate=N/A
    frame= 654 fps= 35 q=25.0 size=N/A time=00:00:22.85 bitrate=N/A
    frame= 673 fps= 35 q=25.0 size=N/A time=00:00:23.49 bitrate=N/A
    frame= 701 fps= 35 q=24.0 size=N/A time=00:00:24.42 bitrate=N/A
    frame= 717 fps= 35 q=23.0 size=N/A time=00:00:24.95 bitrate=N/A
    Do you see ffmpeg continuing to run in the task list?

    You'll probably need to reproduce it and post the full NextPVR logs.

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    Yes I did see that scenario previously when the stream stopped.

    It seems to running good for now.

    However, I came across another issue that is different than the issue I had originally. In this case the stream just would not start at all and the browser reports Streaming Failed (transcoder exited). This channel plays very old movies (and cartoons) and has an odd format. Yet I can play the stream with the NPVR executable on the server PC from the TV guide. But it fails with the web interface. Here is the log.
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    Ok, the stream just now stopped an I got the error message in the web browser (Chrome). While the web page with the error message was displayed the temp folder continued to fill up with chunks of video and the log file continued to grow. Task mgr showed ffmpeg.exe runnung and using about 75% CPU usage.
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    This log is the one that I wanted to send.
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    Here are NPVR logs and the web/temp logs just after another web stream that stopped.
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    I can't see any obvious problems in those logs. There is some stream errors that ffmpeg complains about, but it doesn't look fatal.

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    Ok. Maybe it will work better in future releases.

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    I am having the same issues as VCR58, did anyone find a workaround?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slitzer View Post
    I am having the same issues as VCR58, did anyone find a workaround?
    Can you reproduce the problem and post the logs, and any log files created in c:\users\public\npvr\web\temp?

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