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Skean posted a topic in Emby TheaterRandom question, but is there a way i can play the same movie on all the devices in my house at one time? When I start cleaning or working on projects I bounce from room to room, and it would be nice to be able to have the movie playing on all devices without having to stop the movie, and resume on a different device.
mlapoint posted a topic in LinuxWhen I stop watching a video on one device and move to another device, the time is not correct between devices. Server Ubuntu 18.04 Clients Windows 10 both through a browser and the Windows app Roku Streaming Stick + Roku 2 Android Galaxy Tab S4 tablet Galaxy S10+ (Rarely used) TV Samsung Series 7 Smart TV Example On 6/2, I started watching "The Chain - Ep. 3, Sailors on the Sea of Stars.webm" on the Streaming Stick + and ended at minute 49. Then on 6/3, I went to watch again on the same device and at that time, the "Continue Playing" said from 12 min. I am attaching the logs from 6/2 and 6/3. Please let me know what I am doing wrong, or fix this issue. The reason is that this particular show is 3:50:08, and not every device makes it easy to fast forward quickly. Thank You, Mike LaPointe 6-2 embyserver-63726739200.txt 6-3 embyserver.txt
Ok, I have seen other topic similar or the same but the answers have been rather short. Here is the situation multiple devices (like 10 devices) multiple users if one user plays a liveTV channel the other user gets bumped and vice versa. I have not made it past 2 users yet without one or the other getting bumped so the reality is only one user at a time it seems. I have seen one response where the moderator suggested selecting more streams when setting up the m3u tuner however the deafultis 0 which the server indicates as unlimited streams which is what I have set. Is there something I'm missing? Should I select 20 streams vs the 0 (unlimited) ? Any suggestions and help is greatly appreciated to get beyond the only one user can play a stream at a time issue. Carl