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Topic # 132212 12-Oct-2013 19:54
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I'm running Plex Media Server on my iMac, and have a Roku 3 plugged in to the tv.
I have installed the unofficial TVNZ Bundle into my plex channels.
All TVNZ content plays for about 60 seconds and then drops out.

The BBC Content from the iPlayer channel works fine

Has anyone got past this?

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  Reply # 914228 12-Oct-2013 21:15
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Didn't know there was one, linkage?




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  Reply # 914239 12-Oct-2013 22:01
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https://github.com/IanDBird/TVNZ.bundle



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