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Channel Rejected

My channel was rejected so I am working on fixing the code before re-submitting. The rejection reasons are:

Required: Need content IDs with their titles for testing deep linking with all content types in the channel's feed, as specified in Roku's deep linking policy: https://sdkdocs.roku.com/display/sdkdoc/Deep+Linking[/url:ammlmldy]

- Required: CC async with audio f...






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destruk
Level 10

Re: Channel Rejected

When your channel launches with deep linking, they would prefer the channel to automatically log in the user (if you have users log in), check if the content is free, and immediately play the content if it is already paid for or free.  Otherwise jump into the payment routine.
For the CC, if you set subtitles=invalid it should show "No subtitles available" when the user presses the options button during video playback or something similar.
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Re: Channel Rejected

What file do I set "subtitles=invalid" in?
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destruk
Level 10

Re: Channel Rejected

subtitleurl=invalid

https://sdkdocs.roku.com/display/sdkdoc ... +Meta-Data

You can set it for the content node for the item to be played at any point before your video playback routine starts up.  Usually I would set that immediately before adding the content node into the playback queue.  If there is a subtitle file available, populate it, if not, set invalid, and off it goes.
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