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  1. Some TV Show Blu-rays (e.g. "Lost") have two episodes in one file which when ripped I prefer to split into two individual episodes/files using MKVToolNix (v36.0.0 64-bit) so that Emby/Trakt correctly marks them as collected/watched etc. My problem is that, while every normal individual episode/file plays perfectly, every single "split" episode/file shows corruption/glitches on playback; the glitches are either multi-colour blocks when played back in Emby Web Client or green bars in Amazon FireTV (screenshot attached.) The glitches keep appearing every few minutes making the video un-watchable and so I always end up having to find and load up the physical Blu-ray to watch the episode... annoying to say the least. For the avoidance of doubt if I directly (i.e. not via Emby) watch the same file using VLC or Windows Media Player then there is no corruption evident so it does seem as though Emby is introducing the video glitches somehow and only on any file that has been split from a larger file. Any ideas on what causes this and how to fix it? embyserver.txt
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