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Answering my own question, it might be linked to this bug, which mentions problems streaming video over http. Indeed, if I store the mentioned file locally instead of streaming, it's shown correctly. I guess the locally stored files I've tried earlier (WebM, Theora) might have other issues, but that seems unrelated to this issue.
You cannot run qmlscene from the terminal like that. Applications are run under confinement. Also, you should not set the device root filesystem to read/write mode. It will only result in problems with updates in the future.
Just downgrade to previous version of libkf5networkmanagerqt6 sudo apt-get --reinstall install libkf5networkmanagerqt6=5.18.0-0ubuntu1
I usualy use MP4 as prefered format on Ubuntu Touch no problem. It's very basic video player many things are unsupported. I suspect that you are using unsupported codec for example h.265 or other fancy codecs. Try converting it to h.264 (working for sure).
I ended up re-installing Qt5 by downloading an installer file. I had to change that file into an executable and then I ran it and Qt re-installed and it worked. All the examples disappeared after I closed it the first time, so googled that problem and someone came up with some command lines to do to get the examples back and those worked. So I would ...
Wasn't so simple on OTA 10.1 (Ubuntu 15.04), BQ E5, with phablet-shell ssh connection, I had to issue this one-liner command line to get it to run: APP_ID=com.ubuntu.clock_clock_3.7.456 \ QML2_IMPORT_PATH=/usr/share/click/preinstalled/com.ubuntu.clock/3.7.456/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf \ QML_IMPORT_TRACE=1 \ /usr/bin/qmlscene \ ...
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