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temp.m3u not using correct unicode path and file names
In the main browser, after clicking on Pla to play the movie, a temp.m3u file is created and redirected to the video player.
However, when there is any unicode (Korean, Chinese, Japanese or other characters) in the path name or file name, the temp.m3u file records the wrong names (putting question marks in place of the unicode), then the video player fails to find the file.
Example movie link:
What gets written to temp.m3u:
VLC return error:
VLC could not open the file "F:\Example\ABC-123 (??)\ABC-123.mp4" (Bad file descriptor).
An example has been attached.