this failed on all 3 of my roku devices (Ultra, Premier, and TCL TV where Roku is built in).ACraigo wrote: ↑Thu Aug 29, 2019 3:33 amIf your unit doesn't decode MPEG-2 and you're trying to play it - that will be the result.
Is there a switch in the Roku Settings to turn that on? Not on my Ultra, but it does play MPEG-2, and did out of the box. Other Rokus may have a switch for MPEG-2 in the settings - I just don't know.
when I use the Roku media app, I see the channels listed as MPEG-2, and only the locals play (the cable channels state they are corrupted).
however, on my panasonic TV, DLNA is enabled, and I can watch all channels there (including DRM) - obviously, this is not Roku related, but still could be helpful for others to know.