@anthill if your feed is json it should end in .json ........
the link you posted if clicked needs a capcha solve .... so ...... again not good
i think you just dont use the proper link
i would say that you should look deeper into the documentation to see how to get the proper link.
@Jen_Jen , maybe it has to do with the fact that you marked you video as "
but your video file it is actually way lower quality ( 640/480) maybe try to use the proper video quality format , and it might work ....
I did rename it to json. http://www.msdivine.net/roku/MsDivineTeeHee.json
But still got the same error.
yes @Jen_Jen i saw that and looking at your feed i noticed what could be wrong , you have my answer in another comment.
Here's something obscure to try: Your feed defines the video object as a short form video. By definition, a short form video is typically less than 20 minutes. Your feed specifies a duration of 60 minutes. Try changing the type to Movie.
I'd be surprised if that actually works, but, I don't trust Roku to report on feed errors correctly.
Additionally, you may be the victim of some Roku firmware error.