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28 Mar 2020
19:32:16@nielsvanvelzen:matrix.orgNielsafaik exoplayer doesn't work for livetv
22:02:25@nielsvanvelzen:matrix.orgNielsPR for ATV master: https://github.com/jellyfin/jellyfin-androidtv/pull/369
22:02:38@nielsvanvelzen:matrix.orgNielsPR for ATV details-rewrite: https://github.com/jellyfin/jellyfin-androidtv/pull/409
29 Mar 2020
18:09:14@a_blom:matrix.orgBlomDo fire tvs run android?
18:11:48@hamburglar2160:matrix.orghamburglar2160android 5.0
18:11:55@hamburglar2160:matrix.orghamburglar2160and 7.0
18:12:31@a_blom:matrix.orgBlomty👍️
18:12:41@hamburglar2160:matrix.orghamburglar2160Amazon Fire TV refers to the Fire TV set-top box or stick that run the Fire operating system (OS) on your TV. There are two versions of Fire OS: Fire OS 5 and 6. Fire OS 5 is a fork of Android 5.1 (Lollipop, API level 22), while Fire OS 6 is based on Android 7.1 (Nougat API, level 25). Fire OS leverages the same Android operating system but also accommodates Amazon hardware and services. Most Fire tablets also run Fire OS 5 but do not leverage the features typically used for the "10-foot media experiences" on TV platforms. (You can learn more about Fire OS or see the Fire TV Device Specifications.)
20:18:17@artiume:matrix.orgartiumehttps://www.reddit.com/r/jellyfin/comments/frasgj/fire_tv_stick_storage_full/ that
20:18:24@artiume:matrix.orgartiumethat's odd
20:45:18@41414141h:matrix.org41414141h
In reply to @hamburglar2160:matrix.org
Amazon Fire TV refers to the Fire TV set-top box or stick that run the Fire operating system (OS) on your TV. There are two versions of Fire OS: Fire OS 5 and 6. Fire OS 5 is a fork of Android 5.1 (Lollipop, API level 22), while Fire OS 6 is based on Android 7.1 (Nougat API, level 25). Fire OS leverages the same Android operating system but also accommodates Amazon hardware and services. Most Fire tablets also run Fire OS 5 but do not leverage the features typically used for the "10-foot media experiences" on TV platforms. (You can learn more about Fire OS or see the Fire TV Device Specifications.)
I first thought this was one of those actually it's GNU/Linux spoofs
20:50:23@hamburglar2160:matrix.orghamburglar2160i copied that off of amazon
20:54:03@anthonylavado:bonifacelabs.caAnthony Lavado
In reply to @41414141h:matrix.org
I first thought this was one of those actually it's GNU/Linux spoofs
I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you're refering to as Fire OS, is in fact, Android/Fire OS or as I've recently taken to calling it, Android plus Fire OS.
20:57:47@hamburglar2160:matrix.orghamburglar2160So... what you're refering to as Jellyfin is in fact Emby/Jellyfin or as i've recently ben calling it... Emby plus Jellyfin
20:58:48@cromefire_:matrix.orgcromefire_It an Android fork, that's how google is calling it and treating it
22:02:15@hamburglar2160:matrix.orghamburglar2160for the first login to ATV would you guys please move "enter manually" for adding a username to the "select user" subsection please
22:02:21@hamburglar2160:matrix.orghamburglar2160i just spent 10 minutes trying to log on
22:09:09@hamburglar2160:matrix.orghamburglar2160 logging in with a remote control was the single most painful experience i've ever had
22:09:18@hamburglar2160:matrix.orghamburglar2160app appears fantastic though
22:11:21@hamburglar2160:matrix.orghamburglar2160does ATV on a 2160p TV run x265 natively?
22:11:56@41414141h:matrix.org41414141hI think so
22:12:46@41414141h:matrix.org41414141hOr, it might
22:13:01@hamburglar2160:matrix.orghamburglar2160dashboard says this 2160p HEVC movie running on a bravia TV is transcoding to x264
23:22:11@thornbill:matrix.orgthornbill
In reply to @artiume:matrix.org
https://www.reddit.com/r/jellyfin/comments/frasgj/fire_tv_stick_storage_full/ that
Yeah I finally encountered this the other night. I’m guessing it’s something to do with cache for the newer version of ExoPlayer. I think it only happens on larger files. Like TV episodes never seem to trigger it. I haven’t dug into it very much though.
30 Mar 2020
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05:53:18@nielsvanvelzen:matrix.orgNiels
In reply to@hamburglar2160:matrix.org
for the first login to ATV would you guys please move "enter manually" for adding a username to the "select user" subsection please
Someone made a pull request for this that was merged 2 days ago 🎉
06:58:52@41414141h:matrix.org41414141h
In reply to @thornbill:matrix.org
Yeah I finally encountered this the other night. I’m guessing it’s something to do with cache for the newer version of ExoPlayer. I think it only happens on larger files. Like TV episodes never seem to trigger it. I haven’t dug into it very much though.
Seems like a sort of easy fix: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/28700391/using-cache-in-exoplayer
06:59:51@41414141h:matrix.org41414141hSee second answer

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