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  1. I have been getting this recently and can't seem to find a way to fix this. Not sure what is causing it. Client is my desktop running the latest version of Google Chrome. I have all extensions turned off for my server's web page. Server is Version and says up to date. Don't run any special plugins. This is what I'm seeing on my desktop, any help would be appreciated.
  2. I was experimenting with ffmpeg and I noticed that when Emby is transcoding it has ffmpeg leave the black bars untouched. Wouldn't it be more efficient to remove the black bars while transcoding since clients will put them back in on their own anyway? If I understand correctly, there would be performance gains and smaller file sizes in cropping out the black bars. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
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