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heerssimpson posted a topic in General/WindowsWhen I try to enable real time monitoring in settings, when I click save it forces me to save a metadata path. Currently, I have the metadata saved in the respective folders. Why does it force me to set a metadata path to enable real time monitoring? Thanks for the help.
gochiefs88842 posted a topic in General/WindowsHello and thanks in advance for any help, This is somewhat of a piggybacked post from a recent question regarding the old ImagesByName folder for previous MB3 versions. The abbreviated version is that I had a very large People folder within what used to be referred to as the ImagesByName folder that I wanted to migrate into a new install of Emby Server. The hiccup was that I have limited space on my C: drive (the location of Emby Server) and wanted to instead have the People folder be indexed on another larger internal drive. I tried to find a way through path substitution and/or a legacy backdoor to have Emby Server reference the E: drive for the People folder, but I could not get this to work (either because I don't know how to properly edit the system.xml or because it just didn't work). So my solution was to simply change the Metadata path to E:\ instead and then just migrate my previous People folder in manually and then do a full library scan/refresh. This less elegant solution worked and now my People are indexed properly with my library. The problem, however, is that I recently added my first new movie ("Focus (2015)"). The good news is that the movie metadata is visible on the Server, including the indexed People images, but no artwork/images (Primary, Art, Backdrop, Banner, etc.) are scraped and none are visible within the directory folder in Windows Explorer. These images and metadata used to save within my directory media folders (see attached image example for Donnie Darko). The fact that the metadata file (movie.xml) isn't visible in the folder suggests to me that it's being saved somewhere else in the system, where exactly I have no idea. And even though I can go into the Metadata Manager and manually pull up the images for Focus online, they will not download for me or show up on a manual refresh + save. I am curious if this phenomenon has to do with the fact that although I have my custom Metadata path set to E:\, could this somehow conflict with my other setting to "save artwork and metadata directly into media folders..."? Ultimately, all I want is to have my metadata and folder images save into my media folders with the sole exception of my massive People image index. This used to be achievable on the older version of the Server which allowed a unique ImagesByName path. I will attach screenshots of my settings and can attach log files if appropriate/requested. Any help will be greatly appreciated, I'm totally stumped!
I noticed there is a delay in loading the new movies/spotlight images when I launch my player (MBT or Kodi). I also notice a delay when going into the movie details, the cover may take a second or two to load. I am guessing this is due to all my 5500 RPM drives trying to catch-up at first launch. To make this faster, I was going to install a small SSD into my new server build and store all my media images and metadata on this drive. Before I start this process I had a few questions I was hoping to get some input on: Has anyone tried this and does it help? Will I still be able to set this (Metadata path) centralization option up, when I move over to FreeNAS?