I’ve been getting “An error occurred loading this content” when playing movies or videos from Google Drive just as others have on here and I’m really curious if this can be fixed on the Infuse side since I highly doubt Google will lift that API ban for downloads. I also want to add that I have 3 Apple TV 4Ks at home all connected to the same google drive library so that I can play files from any TV in the house. In settings, metadata fetching is enabled, embedded metadata is disabled and background app refresh is disabled on all 3 ATV 4Ks. My entire library is a tad over 1800 files at the moment.
(I’m running Infuse Pro v6.4.5 for tvOS and iOS/iPadOS)
Here is a scenario from earlier today …without playing or downloading/uploading any other files on/from my G Suite account, I played a 64GB 4K remux mkv from G Suite where all my files are stored… at approx an hour and 30 minutes in, the movie stopped and I got the infamous “An error occurred loading this content” and had to close out. I double checked that it wasnt just that movie that was the issue and tried another video… same issue. I then went to the actual mkv file within the web UI for google drive and got the "download quota exceeded for this file, so you can’t download it at this time” when trying to right click and download the mkv to my mac. I attached some pictures for some added context. From everything I’ve read online about the bans from google… downloading on google drive has a 10TB daily limit so streaming a 64GB file should not cause this… are there insane amounts of API calls that are causing these very frequent ~24 hour ban that we’re experiencing? It would be a godsend if you can solve this issue. It’s really hard to use Infuse with this current google drive streaming implementation. Thanks in advance and definitely looking forward to your reply.
Note: I have an outstanding ticket for this as well but it hasnt received much traction as of yet.