I have a problem with showing mp4 and avi files witch is riped with audio track different from 1 (English) on my Samsung TV. If the files has been riped with audio track 1, it shows in the video folder and plays fine. If the audio track is different from 1, the file is not even showing up in the video folder. I have seen the same behavior with serviio, so I guess it is more a problem about how the TV reads audio tracks.
But is it possible to work around this problem with minidlna, e.g. trick the TV to read the audio track as no. 1, or edit the headers of the files somehow?
Mads Worsøe Duun