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VS 2013 Update 4 breaks adaptive streaming

Topics: Windows 8 Xaml
Nov 14, 2014 at 9:48 PM
Hi there,

Today I updated to VS 2013 Update 4. After it was complete, I rebooted and loaded up my project. Upon opening a streaming resource, now the application terminates without any error message or other indication.

My XAML is fairly simple, pretty much straight out of the documentation. I've included it below for your amusement.

I notice that if I take out the "<adapt:AdaptivePlugin />" line, the video doesn't play, but the app no longer quits to the desktop. I wrapped the method in a try..catch, but it never gets hit, so I can't really see what's going on.

Is this a known problem, or do you have any advice how to fix the issue?

                Source="{Binding CurrentEvent.VideoStreamURL}" 
                    <adapt:AdaptivePlugin />
                    <ttmlcs:TTMLCaptionSettingsPlugin />
Nov 15, 2014 at 4:56 PM
I've verified that the same problem also occurs using WinJS with Visual Studio 2013 update 4 -

Any advice how to fix this issue?

Nov 22, 2014 at 3:30 AM
Getting the same issue after upgrading to Update 4.

Error: "Requested Windows Runtime type 'Microsoft.Media.AdaptiveStreaming.AdaptiveSourceManager' is not registered."

I thought this may be an issue with XAML so I tried creating the media player and adaptive plugin in C#, but no dice :(
Dec 12, 2014 at 12:49 PM
We had also problems with Update 4, causing TypeLoadExceptions for no reason.

We 'solved' it by re-installing Visual Studio 2013 and then update to Update 3.

(Don't forget to rebuild the project after)
Feb 3, 2015 at 9:48 AM
I have exactly the same issue, did someone find a fix?

I have error : "Element not found , Windows.Graphics.Display:GetForCurrentView must be called on a thread that is associated with a CoreWindows" on my adaptiveplugin part.
Jun 5, 2015 at 7:37 PM
This was a bug introduced in VS2013 Update 4. I've confirmed it is now fixed in VS2013 Update 5.