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Can't add video files to Library from exteral drive.

Any issues that are Nvidia Shield TV specific
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Sevro006
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Can't add video files to Library from exteral drive.

Post by Sevro006 » 01 Apr 2018, 03:45

Hi, MrMC does not seem to be working when I am trying to add movies to my MrMc library. When I select my external drive the name is correct but the box says: Remote share, Path not found or invalid.

This has always worked fine with Kodi or SPMC. Is local non networked content not supported in this program?

shinigami_mai
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Re: Can't add video files to Library from exteral drive.

Post by shinigami_mai » 01 Apr 2018, 03:50

The problem with it not accessing the drives is a permission issue, to fix just go into the permissions for mrmc on the shield under apps then mrmc then permissions at the bottom and turn on storage and you are fixed.
It seems that on install the permissions is not set sometimes.

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Re: Can't add video files to Library from exteral drive.

Post by davilla » 01 Apr 2018, 03:51

describe which protocol, what server ?

edit: opps, external disk, see ^^

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Re: Can't add video files to Library from exteral drive.

Post by Sevro006 » 01 Apr 2018, 03:56

Thanks permissions was indeed the problem. It is a little strange I was not asked to do this when I first ran the program or when I tried to view local content on a external hard drive.

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