nasflix for Roamio and mini

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  1. nasflix

    nasflix New Member

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    1. What kind of error are you getting when trying to run the app on the jre? I'll test this out again when I get a chance, but I don't believe there are any issues running the app other than java home maybe not being set.

    2. You just need to use the path to the NAS. For example, //NAS_NAME/PATH_TO_SHARE. The computer you are running the sever on must have permission to access the path.

    3. I can't say for sure. The current download uses the windows version of ffmpeg. I can't make any promises that the server would run and transcode files without any issues on the pi 2 since I do not own one to test on. I would recommend you use a computer you already own until the app is a little more mature before buying anything new.
     
  2. dalabera

    dalabera Member

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    Can't remember, but I did setup the java home. It was something like could not run message, so that was when I decided to installed the JDK.
     
  3. shoek

    shoek Member

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    I don't see it in the Opera store on my TiVo Mini? I serach for NASFLIX and get nothing.
     
  4. nasflix

    nasflix New Member

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    As noted on the initial post, the app is not showing up on the tivo mini v1.
    If your mini is a version 2 mini, please let me know as that would be something new.
    The Opera App Store is unresponsive and @TiVoSupport is semi responsive so I have no ETA of when they will fix the issue.
     
  5. zbert_2000

    zbert_2000 New Member

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    We are getting ready to setup our Tivo Roamio system and I was wondering if needed a separate NAS besides my Windows 7 computer or can I just have a dedicated 3TB drive inside my Windows 7 computer?
     
  6. nasflix

    nasflix New Member

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    You do not need a separate NAS. You can use a dedicated drive and map to it similar to the following:

    com.nasflix.titles.BluRay=C://Blu Ray/
     
  7. zbert_2000

    zbert_2000 New Member

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    Thank you for that information. I was hoping I wouldn't need a dedicated NAS! One more question: what software and process do you recommend to use to rip my DVDs and to what format?

    Brett
     
  8. nasflix

    nasflix New Member

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    You'll want to do some googling to see what is out there and how to do it. Recommended format can be found on the FAQ page (main movie and audio track, subtitles when needed):

    http://nasflix.com/faq.html
     
  9. nasflix

    nasflix New Member

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    Server version 1.0.7 is now available and includes the following changes. Mainly support for seasons and episodes.

    • Fix logic for folder depth to look until the correct depth is reached.
    • Add caching for details to speed up the ui.
    • Add support for seasons and episodes. Default regex looks for the pattern Show Name - s01e01 - Episode Name. The com.nasflix.title.season.regex configuration value can be updated to support other patterns.
    • Titles that follow the season pattern are stacked by default into a season group. This can be turned off by setting the com.nasflix.title.season.stack configuration value to false.
    • Update cover art logic to look in the parent folder for a cover image if one is not found at the base level.
    • Add suffix support for transcode crf and present configuration values. For example, DVD formats can have specific transcode values with the com.nasflix.transcode.rate.DVD=16 configuration value that differ from the global transcode values.
    • Add .tivo extension to the list of default video file extensions.
     
  10. bradleys

    bradleys It'll be fine....

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    Did the developer pull Nasflix? It was pretty good, but hard to compete with Plex.
     

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