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  1. Hey guys @@softworkz, Currently I am having issues playing media on devices which need transcoding to play the file. E.g my Oneplus 5T phone manages to direct play x265 encoded files and Emby works like a charm for that device. However when I try to watch on a notebook or PC which needs to transcode the x265 into x264 the video never starts or just stops after a few seconds. I restarted the emby server and the whole windows server multiple times but that does not solve the problem. I attached the server logs for you. embyserver.txt ffmpeg-transcode-ee2800e7-7a19-4344-b5ba-a7306af79f88_1.
  2. Hi! I've been running a Dockerized Emby server based on the official Docker image (currently at v4.2.1.0), to be accessed from Roku boxes I have laying about the house, using the BETA Roku app. I also have a TVHeadEnd deployment which is fully functional, which also renders all streams as MPEG-TS container with MPEG2 video and AC3 audio. The Emby server is configured to access TVH using the Emby TVHeadEnd plugin (v1.4.4.0). This has worked flawlessly for months, but now I've noticed that Emby is for some reason transcoding from MPEG2 to H264. While this isn't costing too much, it's not
  3. simonguillot@yahoo.ca

    buffering issues / stuttering with 1080P H264

    hi i am starting to feel like a bitch because i have not been able to play any files that is 1080P H264 since the last update please let me know why i paid premium and why should i stick with emby instead of plex i understand you are probably pulling your hair out many times a day , but i feel the same way on my end i did all i could to improve the server, did a reinstall, redone cabling and now server is connected straight to the router uninstalled a few assons please let me know what else am i supposed to do to be able to play this format with no issues thank you log8-7.t
  4. Hello emby team, Thank you so much for an awesome product. I left Plex a few years ago and have never looked back again. My main clients until rather recently have been x2 Minix Android devices running Emby for Android TV. These have been playing all of my content (besides H264 High 10) without any need for transcoding of the video stream. However since I swapped them out for Apple TV units it seems that all of my media requires transcoding. My initial concern regarding this was my h265 content but unless I am reading the logs incorrectly it would seem that even h264 content is bei
  5. grvland

    Transcoding .wtv H264

    Firstly, sorry if this is the wrong place to ask. I'm new to emby, but I searched and couldn't find a solution. I use an HDHR Prime/WMC to record TV and recently my cable provider started switching to H264. I also use serverWMC to play recorded TV through emby. All MPEG content plays great, H264 does not. It starts transcoding, then dies after a few seconds. It looks like ffmpeg is the culprit, but I don't have much experience reading the logs yet and don't know why. Anyone else have this problem? Is it DRM? server-63591562818.txt transcode-04aa2b14-c805-46b6-bbc8-1b02e
  6. Hi there! First of all, I'd like to thank everyone who contributes to this project. It's awesome! I'm having a transcode quality issue with a certain set of files that seems to be related to the value emby chooses for the -maxrate option of the h264 codec. Here's my evidence: I took the ffmpeg transcode command from the (attached) server log and ran it locally (I removed the segment stuff and limited duration with -t, but no changes other than that). Playing the result with a local media player resulted in the same aggressive artifacting I was seeing in my browser. Then, I ran the
  7. shorty1483

    Playing MVC content

    First of all, Merry Christmas to all! I'm struggling with mkv or m2ts containing AVC/MVC content since a few months. I tried most of the tutorials around the web (makemkv, tsmuxer etc.), but til now, I cannot get this to work with Emby (or Plex). MKV does not work here at all since just Stereoscopic Player plays it). But Playing a MVC m2ts created with tsMuxer over USB connected HDD works. When starting the video (marked FSBS in Metadata) in the Emby app, the half of the 1st 1080p stream is on the one side, and the half of the 2nd 1080p stream on the other. But the video itself plays.
  8. Hello. I recenrly switched to Emby from a Kodi+Plex setup. A unified library is really handy, and Emby for Kodi is miles better than PleXBMC, however, the mobile devices don't work as well. On this page it says that direct play is only supported with H.264 encoded video in .MP4, .MOV and .M4V containers, however, Plex offered direct playback of H.264 in an .MKV (it still had to transcode when selecting subtitles, even .srt's, but that's another story). Is this feature planned? I can just use Kodi on a jailbroken iPad, but the interface clearly wasn't made with touchscreens in mind. Thanks
  9. Hi, is there any chance you could add the source file codec's (H.264, DTS, MPEG4 etc) to the area where other information such as resolution is displayed? Plex does this and it's really handy to quickly identify a DVD or Blu Ray... and its reassuring. For android TV Thanks! EDIT sorry this is done with Cover Art! doh!
  10. acdvorak

    WD TV Live transcoding fails

    Hi there, I'm having trouble streaming a handful of movies to my WD TV Live, and after much digging I suspect this to be a bug in Media Browser Server. Most of my files stream directly (without transcoding) and play without issue, but a few cause Media Browser to (incorrectly, AFAIK) fire up FFmpeg and then immediately terminate the process. The result is a screen like this on my WD TV Live: Contrary to what the above message says, my WD TV can indeed play the video file as-is without transcoding (see below). My entire library is MKV / H.264 encoded with HandBrake, ranging fro
  11. Hi all, Looking for outside wisdom on this one - Have the latest and greatest MB3 server installed (3.0.5050.37565) on a clean install and small amount of h264 WTV files (8 total). However, I've noticed that the metadata is not being saved by MB Server for the movies to the folders at all (for any of them) - upon inspection I'm suspecting it has something to do with trying to get the run time of the movie itself, which seems to return as a massively huge number. Case example is the movie Angels & Demons - I've used VideoRedo to create the .wtv file from a re-encode I made from the
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