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Hi everyone, I have a other ideia for embyweb and emby apps, i would like than emby devs develop a way to post comments on the movies and store the comments as (Self Hosted) . So if someone have previously whatched the movies he/she can comment thought (Nvidia Shield,Android,iOS,WEB,etc...) and then we can reply but the whole thing self hosted. This is a e.g (Footage of my feature demande ) (Hosted in emby means -> Hosted in my Server "SelfHosted") Kind regards EDIT: Also i forget to precise but this feature need some moderation tools or be moderated by default by Emby Server "Self Hosted" like ban url, (Just something to eliminate all potential wrong use of this) or not clicable links etc.. (Basicly a tool to moderate it) i have family on my server and i don't want they swear on my emby server because i have also my family on it so it will be nice to have a tool to moderate comments. Waiting for @Luke opinion and @ebr to know if this is releasable and there will be a way or a hope for this in the feature and how many time it will take ? Enjoy VOTE WITH LIKE NOT WITH +1 COMMENT
Hello, I am currently putting one of my tv series on my computer so that I can view them through Emby when I came across a problem with an episode that has a Commentary audio track. Viewing the file (.m4v) that Emby looks at through VLC, I can select either audio track and listen to the commentary or just the normal episode. In Emby though it doesn't work. Using Chrome (updated) I select the episode (after manually refreshing-just in case) and I can select the musical note for these two options: eng - aac - LC - 160kbps - 2 ch (D) eng - aac - LC - 160kbps - 2 ch When I select either one, I get a short reload of the video and the audio resumes, but no commentary. It's always the normal audio. There doesn't seem to be a way to see which audio track is currently being used (that'd be a nice addition!) so perhaps it's failing to load the other one and then just defaults to the main one? Why would it work on the actual file with VLC but not work in Emby? Any help would be very appreciated.