Premiere+ won't play video on 7.2.2 gets all the way to "retrieving with title displayed" but never loads the video. The status bar never starts moving. No errors or codes in telnet debug windows. Using Scene Graph development Same code works fine on Roku SE (2710x) Version 7.5.0 build 4099-06 registered to a different development account. History: P+ assigned to Dev1 account Development program side loaded. Working fine, upgraded to 7.5, still working fine. P+ kept rebooting even on Netflix Downgraded to 7.2.2 worked, then quit playing the video from development code returned Premiere+ for a new P+, upgraded to Ver 7.2.2 I assigned the new P+ to same Dev1 account side loaded program - won't play video, stops at "retrieving with title displayed" status bar never moves or turns purple reset new P+ to factory defaults created new Dev2 account on a different computer thinking it had a registry problem, network, or other issue assigned new P+ to Dev2 account side loaded code, same problem - won't play video loaded original code before any changes, still won't play video stops at "retrieving" it is reading all the XML files correctly from https server and properly loading all the screens, menus, graphics and buttons. It just won't play any video. Even though it won't play the video you can still use the back button to return to the menu system. .mp4 also on https server. .mp4 videos play fine in browser and VLC No errors or info is returned in the debug window Changed code to read XML and .mp4 files to a different http (none secure) server, same problem won't play video deleted code and installed P+ on a different network, reinstalled same code that works on SE. Still won't play video.
There is nothing special about the code, and I did not use any of the advanced features listed in 7.5, New P+ plays Netflix fine, and does not reboot I've read about the registry, but figured by resetting to factory and using a different Dev account that it would have a clean registry. Thanks, Any ideas will be appreciated.
Roku Premiere+ allows you to play local video via USB drive, Plex Media Server or DLNA server, etc. However, the local video must be included in Roku Media Player channel supported file formats listed below: