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julesdesf
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Fast Forward

Post by julesdesf » Wed Jan 23, 2019 1:20 pm

Hello
I have just move to plex from kodi
but after a week still the same issue : movies are playing fast forward ?
Did someone had this trouble ?
thank you for your help
Jules

Plex server : 3.57.1 + HDS 3.2.9 + FW 4.3.6.0805

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Re: Fast Forward

Post by julesdesf » Wed Jan 23, 2019 11:26 pm

I am using PHT not PMP
cant find a PMP for HDS 3.2.9
if you have a link ....

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Re: Fast Forward

Post by dolbyman » Wed Jan 23, 2019 11:41 pm

same issue with other plex clients ?
TV,phone,etc

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Re: Fast Forward

Post by julesdesf » Thu Jan 24, 2019 12:15 am

in many forum : have to use plex media player and not PHT
i think PHT is made by Qnap
yes i have a pmp on a windows with the qnap plex server and no fast forwarding.

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Re: Fast Forward

Post by dolbyman » Thu Jan 24, 2019 12:18 am

I'd suggest ditching the NAS as a player then .. use a different player (TV,HTPC,Android box,etc.)

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Re: Fast Forward

Post by julesdesf » Thu Jan 24, 2019 4:35 am

agree Qnap have no good player

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Re: Fast Forward

Post by julesdesf » Sat Jan 26, 2019 11:06 pm

this is for plex media server, where is the place for plex home theatre ?

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Re: Fast Forward

Post by mfromb » Mon Jan 28, 2019 2:31 am

QNAP made a big deal about their HDMI + HD Station as a viable media player/HTPC solution, laying claim to being the best NAS for Plex. Turns out, that's been a long running joke they should all be embarrassed by - but undoubtedly they are not. They shipped models (like my 453A) with Plex Home Theater as part of HD Station, which was dead-on-arrival, and then left it in there for far too long to be excusable. Individual contributors delivered Open Home Theater which was 'great while it lasted' before dead-ending into an inactive product. Even Plex Media Player on QNAP came along only as result of individual-driven efforts while QNAP sat on their hands.

QNAP's lack of effort to deliver value from their touted HD Station feature is shameful. If I were a developer at QNAP, focused on HD Station, I sure as h*ll wouldn't admit it to anyone. Nobody would be impressed by your efforts and accomplishments regarding Plex support in HD Station. Had I been able to foresee how lame that 'feature' would turn out to be, I would have gone with a less expensive NAS without HDMI and without the broken-promise functionality that comes with it.

As a NAS, the 453A is 'good'. As a Plex Server? Meh. As a media player? It's a no-show.

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