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  1. I am a amateur DJ who likes to record mixes during their free time in quarantine. I have decided to attempt migrating my mixes into my emby media server. I am having trouble with actually adding the mixes. I thought that adding them as an Audio Book is the best option, as it allows remembered playback position. After tagging each MP3 File as "Artist - GameGrime", "Title - Grime### - XX" and "Album - Grime Sessions" when attempting to add the folder into the server, nothing happens. They are tagged with ID3 tags and even when attempting to add these mp3 files as songs it will not work. I took a look at the file naming structure for both Music and Audiobook and it seems like I am doing it fine. Basically i have all the episode files beside each other in a Directory. I CAN play the files from the Folder view in the audio books, but the metadata, music, and playback position is not recognized. If you are able to assist me with what I should attempt doing to have the files recognized let me know.
  2. Hi, I've been using Emby for a good 6 months now and it used to load almost instantly however after an upgrade a while back it takes a good 5+ seconds to display the media whenever you refresh the page. Emby is on a dedicated server with a VLAN to a NAS and an external connection for remote access - nothing has changed here to cause the slowdown. I've noticed when watching the page load log i see a timeout saying: Failed to load resource: net::ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT For some reason Emby is trying to load the local IP of the server on my remote PC, which of course wouldn't work so is timing out. This loads first in the script which is why nothing displays until the timeout. My Emby settings haven't changed either, and as far as I can see there isn't anything on the web interface to change to stop it loading a local ip for this one script? Is there a config file or software file that can be edited to go off the external ip rather than local? Thanks
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