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Hey all, New to Emby, having a minor bug. Audio when streamed to clients, have been using Kodi 16.01 (tested on 2 devices)(Kodi Emby plugin installed), Chromecast 1st Gen (FW ver. 1.20.66189), and a Samsung Smart TV Series 6 (DLNA), all have very low audio. I would say roughly half volume compared to when they are played via a shared network drive or via direct hard drive connect. (not using Emby). Emby server version 3.0.6400.0 running on MS Windows 10 build 10.0.14393 any help would be greatly appreciated Regards Jayden
I'm experiencing an odd issue with video playback on Emby Theater for Xbox One. The video plays just fine, however the volume is significantly lower than it should be. Playing the same video using the built-in Media Player App playbacks with "normal" volume. I've tried restarting the app, re-downloading the app, signing in and out of my account, resetting the server, and nothing is able to resolve the issue. I have to turn my speakers up near max to approach appropriate listening levels. Obviously this isn't ideal as the rest of the system sounds are extremely loud at this setting.
So I have noticed that some shows play very blurry for some reason. The will start playing extremely bury. So bury that you would not be able to recognize faces. After a few seconds the blurriness clears up but the video is still much blurrier than the original file. The files are MKV. I cant figure out why this is happening. This does not happens to all the shows just some of them. The shows that do work are just as clear as the original files. I have reinstalled emby and tried editing the encoding settings without success. This issue occurs locally and publicly so its not connection interference. All the files are stored locally on the same machine the server is running on. Here a picture of what it looked like playing in emby as well as playing the same file in VLC Player. How can I fix this? Also the resolution on emby is set to max or 720p on this particular file. Here is it playing in VLC Here it is in emby playing.