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Greetings all you emby users out there! I've been selected to set up a emby server for our gaming community where we are gonna put our own made movies - and movies in general onto the server. Im guessing that the load of the server will be streaming up to 10 people at a time when we sit in discord and watch the same movie while talking about it with files around the 4-8gb range. For this i have found a used computer that im very close to buying and it has the following specs: Specs: Case: Fractal Design R6 MOBO: MSI X470 Gaming Pro CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 2700x 3.7GHz Cooler: Noctua NH-U14S RAM: Kingston HyperX 2x16GB DDR4 2666Hz SSD: Samsung 970 EVO 500GB M.2 PSU: Corsair RM750x Fully Modular GPU: MSI GTX 730 Internet: 100/100 Mbps 1: Is this rougly enough for what im gonna use it for ? i fear i am missing something cause i am no near a pro at useing a emby server yet. 2: I've read that some people say that around 2000 in passmark for each person regarding CPU power and the ryzen gets around 16971 so it seems to be on the low side, but the server have tons of ram, is there anything i can do to "take the load off the cpu" TLDR, is the following spec fine for up to 10 person watching something at the same time, or is my PC/internet too slow I truly hope that there is a true emby pro out there that can comment on this - and in advance, thank you all for the help!
Hello, I successfully installed emby server on my raspberry pi 2 and the server runs smoothly. Unfortunately I encounter somme "lags" when playing a media via the web client. CPU seems to have some margin (load average ~3 on quadcore cpu) network seems ok (ethernet on both ends) since playing the media once the transcoding is finished is OK (also, playing a very low res media is also laggy) media is located on the sd card and temp transcode folder is also on the sd card Sample from transcoding logs: frame= 2154 fps= 15 q=0.0 size= 10069kB time=00:01:26.31 bitrate= 955.6kbits/s frame= 2161 fps= 15 q=0.0 size= 10095kB time=00:01:26.63 bitrate= 954.5kbits/s frame= 2167 fps= 15 q=0.0 size= 10143kB time=00:01:26.82 bitrate= 957.0kbits/s frame= 2173 fps= 15 q=0.0 size= 10173kB time=00:01:27.16 bitrate= 956.1kbits/s My question is: how would you investigate the bottleneck? How should I interprate the transcoding logs? Does anyone was able to have a smooth transcode using a raspberrypi 2? Many thanks