This is a test webview, which is based on your web template for a video player. I have put it in my own webview and in Amazon's app tester app. On videos bigger than about 50 mb (or 13 minutes), it throws up a alert "Cannot play this video". What seems to be happening is that something called NuPlayer, fills it's buffer and when the buffer is exhausted, it never comes back from the dead. 1, The video plays 2. NuPlayer gives "unexpected end of file" 3. The buffer runs out (Error -1,1004) 4. The alert dialog on the Fire TV pops. Is Amazon getting in the middle of this stream with a proxy server like they use on silk? This does seem kind of like what happens to videos on Silk if you don't turn acceleration off.
http://retrovision.tv/mrss This does work if you run it in a webview on normal Android devices (give or take the layout xml). Three tested. It also does the same thing on this very simple test of a webview which is just an autoplay html5 player. It dies after 13 minutes.
http://retrovision.tv/killer.html Help? Message was edited by: Sinistar