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  1. kcranky

    Can't see server in VLC

    Hi I have Emby 4.4.2.0 running alongside pihole on an installation of DietPi on a Raspberry Pi 3b+. Recently, I updated PiHole, the emby server and diet pi. Since then I have been unable to browse the DLNA server in VLC on my Windows 10 machine, which is what I've been doing to watch files the server can't transcode. I only want to access Emby on my local network, if that makes any difference.
  2. Problem: transcoding a movie with 6-channel audio on a 2-channel (stereo) it TV causes the playback to loop, play a bit, then loop, then play a bit, then loop. This only starts to happen after an hour or so of the movie's playtime. If I fast forward a movie to an hour and ten minutes, the looping will happen. If I fast forward to the ten minute mark, or play ten minutes from the start, the looping will not happen. It only happens when I'm far into the movie. i've seen it happen with multiple movies after the hour (or so) mark. Server Platform: Raspberry PI 4 Server Version: Emby 4.3, and 4.4 beta. (I never saw this happen on 4.1... not sure about 4.2) Affected Apps: Emby on TCL TV with Roku Software, Roku Stick, old Roku box. Unaffected: Emby app on Samsung Galaxy, Emby played through a browser on a few laptops I've tried. I'm guessing transcoding is not happening so those are unaffected. I did not notice this happening until recently after I upgraded emby to 4.3 (from 4.1 or 4.2... sorry I don't recall the version I was using) and upgraded the hardware to a Raspberry PI 4 from a 3. I tried upgrading from 4.3 to the 4.4 beta, but the problem persists. I've tried adjusting transcoding settings, a variety of ways, including turning on and off hardware transcoding. Nothing seems to make any difference. The frequency of the looping happens roughly every few seconds at the max, and a high volume of ffmpeg-remux logfiles get generated. I've uploaded the server logfile, and several of the ffmpeg-remux log files (there are around 20 per minute generated sometimes) embyserver.txt ffmpeg-remux-1227e031-e60a-498d-bb6a-2a0dd5c5c08b_1.txt ffmpeg-remux-bf700119-a27c-4a9c-9a75-0bb32017e6cd_1.txt ffmpeg-remux-c82537e4-2b42-45fc-b58a-dc9439cac80b_1.txt hardware_detection-63713319499.txt
  3. Hello, I install Emby server on Raspberry pi 4 with Dietpi distro. I have also installed there Nextcloud as my NAS server. There's very easy way to install SSL certificate for Nextcloud. I make a domain myserver.ddns.net on NO-IP website, install certbot and run letsencrypt from dietpi-software. Now I want to add SSL for my Emby Server. I see there's tutorial but I don't know nothing about certificates and don't want to brake something. @@pir8radio @@Swynol Can somebody tell me do I have to make another domain with ddns? There's also information on the tutorial beginning to kill all process on port 80. When I enable https for nextcloud I delete rule for port forwarding on my router for port 80 but when I make command: `netstat -nlp | grep :80` ``` tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:8080 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 1191/kodi.bin_v8 tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:80 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 1032/lighttpd tcp6 0 0 :::8096 :::* LISTEN 26999/EmbyServer tcp6 0 0 :::8080 :::* LISTEN 1191/kodi.bin_v8 tcp6 0 0 :::80 :::* LISTEN 1032/lighttpd ``` Regards Przemek
  4. buddyweiser

    Server on Raspberry Pi 3B

    Complete Linux noob here. I am trying to learn a bit about raspberry Pi and linux, linux based file systems, permissions, terminal commands etc, and decided the project I want to start on is a emby server on a raspberry pi I can use for travel, that will be attached to a 2tb external hdd containing a small portion of my home media library. However I am encountering numerous issues. I was wondering if someone has possibly made a guide on getting Emby Server up and running on a Raspberry Pi? I am encountering all sorts of issues that I am fairly certain have to do with file permissions. This is what I have so far: most recent version of Raspbian Buster installed and fully updated at time of writing; newest stable version of Emby Server(4.2.1.0 for armhf); small test library(2 movies and 2 shows with a couple episodes and all images and metadata from my home server)located at home/pi/embymedia/(i tried to connect the ext hdd but emby server would not see it when adding library folders, i think maybe because it is NTFS file system but not sure). If there is a guide somewhere can someone please direct me to it? If not, these are some of the issues I am currently experiencing: 1- When browsing library in server dashboard, no images display for my media, even though they are located in the appropriate folders. 2- Playback Error- No compatible streams are currently available. Please try again later or contact your system administrator for details. 3- Cannot get Emby server to recognize usb hdd when adding folders to library At the completion of this project i hope to upgrade my status of linux noob to halfway novice but any help will be appreciated in my endeavor!
  5. Hey all. Emby server is struggling to play 44.1/16 WAVs to chromecasts. I'm running Emby server on Raspberry Pi, connecting to my NAS through NFS. I have added a direct path to the share like this: nfs://xxx.xxx.x.xx/Music/Music/ When i cast from my Android phone, or from the web interface via my laptop, the WAV stutters in a very particular way; it gets to 6 seconds and pauses. it gets to around 27 seconds and pauses it then most of the time plays the rest of each track fine. when playing through the web interface the progress bar shows the track playing (in green) and what i suspect is the track buffering (in grey). If it is buffering then what i see on the progress bar matches the bullet points above - the green bar catches up with the grey bar a couple of times then the grey bar zooms off. I've ruled out: my synology nas (monitored whilst casting, no performance issues) my wifi (i can cast the same WAV using DLNA via BubbleUpnp with no performance issues) my pi (monitored whilst casting, no performance issues) Have i got the nfs path incorrect? Is there something else i should do? Logs attached. Any help appreciated - thanks. embyserver.txt
  6. Iluyha89

    Problem after update to 3.5.3.0

    Hello, I use Emby for DLNA Before I used previous version 3.4.1.0, and all worked well until I updated my Chrome and scroll stopped work there. So I decided update to 3.5.3.0, and after this always see this error in my logs (attached to the topic). Emby server began to freeze until will be restarted manually (in process list - opt/emby-server/system/EmbyServer.dll -programdata /var/lib/emby -ffmpeg /opt/emby-server/bin/ffmpeg -ffprobe /opt/emby-server/bin/ffprobe -restartexitcode 3 -updatepackage emby-server-deb_{version}_armhf.deb). Maybe I missed up similar topics. Could you help please with current problem.
  7. theshepherdmatt

    Emby Server crashing on Raspberry Pi

    Hi guys, I hope im doing this right? My Emby Server on my RPI keeps crashing and always needs restarting, it never did it during a movie but has started since the latest update. I'm not sure why? I've attached 2 logs as im not too sure which one you need. Cheers Matt Log.txt Log2.txt
  8. I am using emby 3.5.2 server for armhf architecture I have scanned my media libraries. In some directories i have also other files than jpeg, let us say occasionally a pdf with explanatory content. It seems that the emby server crashes when encountering folders with such extra content while trying to display the folder contents. Also it seems that SSL encrypted connection is flawed on the protocol level, since i experienced immediate crashes upon swithcing on https with my self-signed p12 certificate...
  9. justwondering

    ANSWERED Emby Server on Raspberry Pi crashing

    I have Emby server 3.4.1.31 beta on a Raspberry Pi 3B+ with Raspbian Stretch (2018-06-27), and the server crashes constantly. I upgraded to the beta from 3.4.1.0 for unrelated reasons (problems with .AppleDouble files) but I believe the crashes were happening under that release too. It's just Emby crashing. Raspbian continues fine, and I can login and restart Emby with no problems. It seems to crash when left alone for too long, or anytime I make too many changes to the library contents (adding, removing, or renaming video files). Attached are three crash logs from today. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks! 2018-07-12 07.15.txt 2018-07-12 17.02.txt 2018-07-12 17.50.txt
  10. I finally, with the help of a friend (I have ZERO Linux experience) have set up Emby server on my R-Pi. I have it so it can read the drive I have plugged in (finally) and I have the folders associated with the appropriate movies, tv shows, music, etc. Everything works (Meta data shows, I can edit titles so it gets the proper meta data; the whole shabang) exactly as it did when I ran emby server on Windows 10, except when I go to play a video or song, it gives me this: "Playback Error - No compatible streams are currently available. Please try again later or contact your system administrator for details." I thought it could be a codec problem? I downloaded VLC to it and it will open the movie files, but barely play them. I figured the playback device did all the work and it was just drawing the actual movie file from the R-Pi, but perhaps the R-Pi is the thing doing all the work (and isn't powerful enough to do so?) WHAT DO I DO? Please and thanks. I appreciate it.
  11. darkkent

    emby server on Raspberry pi kodi

    Hi guys, i am new to this, i have 3 Raspberry Pi at home 1 as a server that always stays on, this has my external hard drives plugged in and connected to my network by a Ethernet Powerline. the other 2 raspberry pi's are in my bedroom and living room and link to the hard drives over the network again by Ethernet Powerlines. The problem with this set up is that there are all individual libraries. i did try UPNP a while back but the library was too big and was really slow at loading al the artwork etc. I am running openELEC on all devices although i think i will install libreELEC now as it has Emby built in. My question is, is there a way to instal the Emby Sever onto my Raspberry Pi so this can always stay on? (i can only find how to may a raspberry with kodi a client) i don't really want to install the server on my Mac or home PC as i wouldn't want this to be on all the time, or does it not need to be on? Can i install the server and link the hard drives through the network to it then turn off my PC? Just a little confused about how to work the set up. Any feedback would be awesome - would be nice to get it set up with all the feature Emby offers like watch statuses syncing across all my devices. Dark Kent
  12. maxharrison22

    Raspberry Pi Emby Server

    Yesterday I was looking at Plex, trying to see if I could set up a server running on my raspberry pi. So I thought I would try it out first on my windows computer. I really liked it but soon realized the free version that I using required me to still pay £3 something to 'activate' it otherwise I could only watch 1 min of video. I started looking for free alternatives to Plex and quickly found Emby, It looked really nice, had a free version that I could actually watch something with and had a Linux server. When I tried this out on my windows computer and watched some videos from my NAS (its an old WD sharespace and I don't think you can run the emby severs straight off that but it would be nice if I could). I then got downloading raspbian and loading it up onto my pi, just a warning I have pretty much no programming or linux knowledge except from setting up XBMC (that I didn't really like) and writing a very simple program in python. I kept getting errors on my pi so i tried arch Linux, more errors, raspbian again, more errors and i think another distribution and even more errors. Even after googling the errors, it never worked. Later that night I gave up and looked into new synololgy NASes that support Emby server and then move my WD greens across but the cheapest ones where about £175 i think. So then this morning i was looking at a small cheap mini pc then have the server and maybe even a proxy server (just for when i go on holiday so i can watch bbc) and i found the Intel compute stick and i could just have it hanging there, not plugged into a tv but there was so ethernet and i defiantly didn't want to use WiFi. I ended up coming back here and looking at the raspberry pi. If anyone can find or make either a simple install method, an installer or even better an ISO with a working linux version on it (im not really expecting that but maybe it would be nice for the emby team to include that on their downloads page for other confused people. Thanks, Max
  13. Hello, I installed Emby server on my Raspberry PI 3 recently (Docker official method). It was a little difficult (linux noob inside ) but now all seems to be OK. But, i'm now trying to add a library, but there's a problem as i can't find any folder or share hosted / mounted on the RPi : (as you can see there's nothing but default paths) (network choice empty too) : How Emby detects disks and network shares ? Here is what i have and would want to choose : 1 usb hdd (ext4) + 1 network share (cifs) : If it must be set in Docker, how can i do it (and would it be kept if Emby image is updated ?) Thanks a lot for your assistance. Best regards,
  14. MrLinford

    FR: New Client - Raspberry Pi

    I would like to request a new client that will work on the Raspberry Pi box. Myself and a large group of my mates have started using these lately. And instead of setting up XBMB3C it would be great to have MB3 create a standalone client for Pi! A link to Luke's post on Pi's website: http://www.raspberrypi.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=36788&sid=243284e5019e0f0373dd3210919a84f6&start=25
  15. darkkent

    Using Raspberry Pi Kodi as Server

    Hi guys, i am new to this, i have 3 Raspberry Pi at home 1 as a server that always stays on, this has my external hard drives plugged in and connected to my network by a Ethernet Powerline. the other 2 raspberry pi's are in my bedroom and living room and link to the hard drives over the network again by Ethernet Powerlines. The problem with this set up is that there are all individual libraries. i did try UPNP a while back but the library was too big and was really slow at loading al the artwork etc. I am running openELEC on all devices although i think i will install libreELEC now as it has Emby built in. My question is, is there a way to instal the Emby Sever onto my Raspberry Pi so this can always stay on? (i can only find how to may a raspberry with kodi a client) i don't really want to install the server on my Mac or home PC as i wouldn't want this to be on all the time, or does it not need to be on? Can i install the server and link the hard drives through the network to it then turn off my PC? Just a little confused about how to work the set up. Any feedback would be awesome - would be nice to get it set up with all the feature Emby offers like watch statuses syncing across all my devices. Dark Kent
  16. Kodi platform/version: Raspberry Pi 3/OpenELEC 6.95.3/Kodi 16.1 Emby platform/version: Ubuntu 16.04.1/Emby 3.0.8500.0 When streaming video from my Emby server using Direct Paths (SMB), my RPi3 will eventually "hang". Here's how it looks: the playback of video and audio will stop, and the application will seem to be frozen, so I won't be able to press "Stop" to stop the playback; it will be this way from 30s to a 1.5 minutes (didn't actually count the time); after which it will "unfreeze". The playback stops, I'm back at the main menu, all the functions I requested while in the freeze will activate at once, so if I pressed left/right back/enter, those keypresses will register all at once - this you can tell by the menu sounds going off multiple times at once. After that, the freezing will come at least once every 10 minutes, looking basically the same, until I reboot the Pi, and the issue will go away for some time. Here are some things of note. 1.) It's actually the playback that's frozen, not the application itself, because, while frozen, the "enter" key on my remote is still functional: it will bring up the overlay menu, which I will be able to browse (pressing left/right to select play, fast forward, stop) but none of the functions will actually work. And external .srt subtitles will continue to work for some time, on top of the frozen footage (but will eventually freeze too); I didn't test .srt subtitles that are muxed into the file, though. 2.) Non-Emby playback has no issues. Just connecting to the source server using SMB and opening up my .mkv's manually results in no playback issues what so ever. I watched full movies like this without any freezes. I synced the time on my Pi with my clock and tried to capture the exact time the freeze occured. The first time I was late by about 10 seconds, the second time by about 2, in any case, here are two extracts that seem to capture the first line logged around the time the freeze "unfroze", these lines are provided separately later. I am also providing the original log. The freeze occured at approx. 01:12:53 01:06:55 2757.003906 T:1767895968 NOTICE: EMBY.kodimonitor -> Method: Player.OnPlay Data: {"item":{"id":1167,"type":"episode"},"player":{"playerid":1,"speed":1}} 01:06:55 2757.072021 T:1588024224 NOTICE: EMBY.websocket_client -> Message: {"MessageType":"UserUpdated","Data":{"Name":"Pavel","ServerId":"87f837e661c0405bb803a5f0b8f0e921","Id":"d678a5190ca348e38923a0b5d6d95c59","HasPassword":false,"HasConfiguredPassword":false,"HasConfiguredEasyPassword":false,"LastLoginDate":"2016-11-13T16:11:47.0385020Z","LastActivityDate":"2016-11-13T22:06:55.0908150Z","Configuration":{"AudioLanguagePreference":"eng","PlayDefaultAudioTrack":false,"SubtitleLanguagePreference":"","DisplayMissingEpisodes":false,"DisplayUnairedEpisodes":false,"GroupedFolders":[],"SubtitleMode":"None","DisplayCollectionsView":false,"EnableLocalPassword":false,"OrderedViews":[],"LatestItemsExcludes":[],"PlainFolderViews":[],"HidePlayedInLatest":true,"RememberAudioSelections":true,"RememberSubtitleSelections":true,"EnableNextEpisodeAutoPlay":true},"Policy":{"IsAdministrator":true,"IsHidden":false,"IsDisabled":false,"BlockedTags":[],"EnableUserPreferenceAccess":true,"AccessSchedules":[],"BlockUnratedItems":[],"EnableRemoteControlOfOtherUsers":true,"EnableSharedDeviceControl":true,"EnableLiveTvManagement":true,"EnableLiveTvAccess":true,"EnableMediaPlayback":true,"EnableAudioPlaybackTranscoding":true,"EnableVideoPlaybackTranscoding":true,"EnablePlaybackRemuxing":true,"EnableContentDeletion":false,"EnableContentDownloading":true,"EnableSync":true,"EnableSyncTranscoding":true,"EnabledDevices":[],"EnableAllDevices":true,"EnabledChannels":[],"EnableAllChannels":true,"EnabledFolders":[],"EnableAllFolders":true,"InvalidLoginAttemptCount":0,"EnablePublicSharing":true}}} 01:10:08 2950.949707 T:1767895968 NOTICE: EMBY.ga_client -> GA: {'cid': '7837a74be1a1b19fedfac7b8b619291c', 'sr': '1360x768', 'v': '1', 'ea': 'PlayPing', 'ec': 'PlayAction', 'an': 'Kodi4Emby', 'ul': 'Russian', 't': 'event', 'av': '2.3.6', 'tid': 'UA-85356267-1', 'aid': '1', 'ua': 'Kodi/16.1 (Linux Rpi)', 'ds': 'plugin'} 01:13:12 3134.039795 T:1294988192 ERROR: Read - Error( -1, 22, Invalid argument ) - Retrying 01:13:42 3164.047119 T:1294988192 ERROR: Read - Error( -1, 22, Invalid argument ) 01:13:42 3164.047852 T:1294988192 NOTICE: CDVDPlayer::OnExit() 01:13:42 3164.047852 T:1294988192 NOTICE: DVDPlayer: eof, waiting for queues to empty 01:13:42 3164.047852 T:1294988192 NOTICE: Closing stream player 1 01:13:42 3164.047852 T:1294988192 NOTICE: CDVDMessageQueue(audio)::WaitUntilEmpty 01:13:42 3164.048096 T:1294988192 NOTICE: Waiting for audio thread to exit 01:13:42 3164.048096 T:1367339936 NOTICE: thread end: CDVDPlayerAudio::OnExit() 01:13:42 3164.048096 T:1294988192 NOTICE: Closing audio device 01:13:42 3164.048340 T:1294988192 NOTICE: Deleting audio codec 01:13:42 3164.048340 T:1294988192 NOTICE: Closing stream player 2 01:13:42 3164.048340 T:1294988192 NOTICE: CDVDMessageQueue(video)::WaitUntilEmpty 01:13:42 3164.055908 T:1294988192 NOTICE: waiting for video thread to exit 01:13:42 3164.055908 T:1397748640 ERROR: Got MSGQ_ABORT or MSGO_IS_ERROR return true 01:13:42 3164.055908 T:1397748640 NOTICE: thread end: video_thread 01:13:42 3164.056152 T:1294988192 NOTICE: deleting video codec 01:13:42 3164.059082 T:1294988192 NOTICE: Closing stream player 3 01:13:42 3164.147461 T:1963307008 NOTICE: CDVDPlayer::CloseFile() 01:13:42 3164.147461 T:1963307008 NOTICE: DVDPlayer: waiting for threads to exit 01:13:42 3164.147705 T:1963307008 NOTICE: DVDPlayer: finished waiting 01:13:42 3164.170654 T:1767895968 NOTICE: EMBY.player -> Played_information: {'smb://KODIBUNTU/6tb_HDD_root/TV2/X-Files/Season 7/the.x-files.s07e21.1080p.bluray.x264-rovers.mkv': {'paused': False, 'refresh_id': 'c2001244c8b181459f8d9b9d803190eb', 'AudioStreamIndex': 1, 'SubtitleStreamIndex': 2, 'currentPosition': 1528.31103515625, 'item_id': 'a0de9b6db4f3bf07d4f4d954b13a57dc', 'currentfile': 'smb://KODIBUNTU/6tb_HDD_root/TV2/X-Files/Season 7/the.x-files.s07e21.1080p.bluray.x264-rovers.mkv', 'runtime': 26831900000L, 'Type': 'Episode', 'playmethod': 'DirectPlay'}} The freeze occured at approx. 01:15:37 (NOTE: it's almost 2 minutes after the initial freeze) 01:14:08 3190.122070 T:1515189152 NOTICE: EMBY.librarysync -> Updating emby database. 01:14:08 3190.429688 T:1515189152 NOTICE: EMBY.librarysync -> New sync time: client time -2 min: 2016-11-13T22:12:08Z 01:14:08 3190.629150 T:1515189152 NOTICE: EMBY.librarysync -> Commit successful. 01:14:08 3190.629639 T:1515189152 NOTICE: EMBY.librarysync -> Updating video library. 01:14:08 3190.708252 T:1429992352 NOTICE: VideoInfoScanner: Starting scan .. 01:14:08 3190.788818 T:1429992352 NOTICE: VideoInfoScanner: Finished scan. Scanning for video info took 00:00 01:14:08 3190.804199 T:1767895968 NOTICE: EMBY.kodimonitor -> Method: VideoLibrary.OnScanStarted Data: null 01:14:08 3190.805176 T:1767895968 NOTICE: EMBY.kodimonitor -> Method: VideoLibrary.OnScanFinished Data: null 01:15:09 3251.090332 T:1767895968 NOTICE: EMBY.ga_client -> GA: {'cid': '7837a74be1a1b19fedfac7b8b619291c', 'sr': '1360x768', 'v': '1', 'ea': 'PlayPing', 'ec': 'PlayAction', 'an': 'Kodi4Emby', 'ul': 'Russian', 't': 'event', 'av': '2.3.6', 'tid': 'UA-85356267-1', 'aid': '1', 'ua': 'Kodi/16.1 (Linux Rpi)', 'ds': 'plugin'} 01:15:59 3301.228760 T:1397748640 ERROR: Read - Error( -1, 22, Invalid argument ) - Retrying 01:16:29 3331.259277 T:1397748640 ERROR: Read - Error( -1, 22, Invalid argument ) 01:16:29 3331.259521 T:1397748640 NOTICE: CDVDPlayer::OnExit() 01:16:29 3331.259521 T:1397748640 NOTICE: DVDPlayer: eof, waiting for queues to empty 01:16:29 3331.259521 T:1397748640 NOTICE: Closing stream player 1 01:16:29 3331.259766 T:1397748640 NOTICE: CDVDMessageQueue(audio)::WaitUntilEmpty 01:16:29 3331.259766 T:1397748640 NOTICE: Waiting for audio thread to exit 01:16:29 3331.259766 T:1258288032 NOTICE: thread end: CDVDPlayerAudio::OnExit() 01:16:29 3331.260010 T:1397748640 NOTICE: Closing audio device 01:16:29 3331.260010 T:1397748640 NOTICE: Deleting audio codec 01:16:29 3331.260254 T:1397748640 NOTICE: Closing stream player 2 01:16:29 3331.260254 T:1397748640 NOTICE: CDVDMessageQueue(video)::WaitUntilEmpty 01:16:29 3331.260742 T:1397748640 NOTICE: waiting for video thread to exit Note these lines: 01:13:12 3134.039795 T:1294988192 ERROR: Read - Error( -1, 22, Invalid argument ) - Retrying 01:13:42 3164.047119 T:1294988192 ERROR: Read - Error( -1, 22, Invalid argument ) 01:15:59 3301.228760 T:1397748640 ERROR: Read - Error( -1, 22, Invalid argument ) - Retrying 01:16:29 3331.259277 T:1397748640 ERROR: Read - Error( -1, 22, Invalid argument ) Just in case, all my videos are muxed in .mkv; encoded in h264, AC3/DTS; have .srt subtitles. My RPi is not over/underclocked, has no power issues. These problems don't occur on my Linux server running Emby and Kodi. Thanks in advance! kodi.log
  17. SPL150JB

    Raspberry Pi 2 with emby

    SO, I just received a raspberry pi 2. I am looking to use my EMBY media server with it, if at all possible. Currently I have OSMC and raspbian installed. I tried to install the Kodi app from emby with no success. Also tried installing the "media browser" from inside OSMC. I am going to assume emby is not supported through osmc and I will have to install Kodi/xbmc in order to be able to use emby. Any direction would be greatly appreciated. Thanks JB
  18. I have some .mkv files with subtitles (each .srt file has the same name as its corresponding .mkv file). So basically I am streaming those files to Kodi using the Emby kodi addon. My subtitles are Greek. The playback is smooth and the subs are there but they are gibberish, which means there is something wrong with the encoding. I have set the Subtitle encoding settings on Kodi for Greek-Windows or Greek-ISO but nothing happened. What can I do so the subtitle are shown normally? Edit: This is my .srt file, in case you wanna test it.
  19. I am running Emby on a Raspberry Pi 2 by following the instructions here and it had been working well until a couple months ago. For the last couple months when I go into the Roku Emby app and select an episode of a TV show to watch and after I select "Play" the loading screen appears and then the Roku Emby app would quit and take me to my Roku home screen. Further attempts to open the Roku Emby App didn't connect to my Emby Server. I used PuTTY to ssh onto my raspberry pi and ran the top command to see if the emby server process was still running. It had stopped running and I then restarted the service with sudo service emby-server start this would start the service and I was able to get the Roku Emby app to open and connect to my server again. Going to the same TV episode and selecting play would either play the episode or give the same behavior where Roku goes to the Roku home screen and the server crashes. It has happened with almost every episode of all the TV series I have tried watching in the last couple months and various movies. Bottom line is I can get a movie or TV episode to play if I go through the restart process enough times. It is very annoying though having to boot up my laptop every time I want to watch a show so that I can restart the server until it works. I have received the same behavior inside Firefox with the only message being "An error occurred" displayed before the server crashes. Also sometimes the server has just crashed during the middle of the night not while any media is being played. I just try to access Emby either through the Roku or Firefox and the server is not up and running. I SSH into the server run top and sure enough the server process is not running. I'm able to start the server again without incident but then I'll still run into the issue described above. Log files attached for the most recent occurrence. ffmpeg-sub-extract-81c3aa92-fa21-48fc-8903-a5df2d9ec365.txt server-63611126557.txt unhandled_4a24fc76-7e73-4145-b6f4-ded92629b557.txt
  20. Basically, I just want a mini PC that doesn't use a lot of power to be able to only run an emby server, with an external HDD plugged into it. I'm relatively intermediate with computer stuff, and was looking into the Raspberry Pi, but it doesn't look like that will end up working for me due to transcoding problems. Does anyone have a setup for this? I literally just want a low power pc running 24/7 with all my media, so that i can stream it to various devices. Any help would be awesome. Thanks, all!
  21. Specs: Emby server version: 3.0.5782.0 on a Raspberry Pi 2 Model B (OSMC, Debian Jessie) Music is stored on a Synology NAS My Emby server runs the whole day at 100% CPU, even when it's idle. After rebooting the CPU runs after some minutes back at 100%. There are 2 plugins installed in Emby (Auto Box Sets & Trakt). When I look to the running processes then I see that mono-sgen takes all te CPU and a lot of memory (see attchement CPU.jpg). When I open Emby by the web client then my home screen doesn't load fully, the pointer keeps turning (See attachement Home.jpg). I can go to the server management and some other menuitems but everything is of course very slow due to the CPU utilization of mono. What could generate this problem? I have added my log. I have disabled the library scans some days ago so that shouldn't be to problem. Regards Bernd server-63587697200.txt
  22. isaacsmith

    Media very slow to start on Raspberry Pi

    I have a couple Pi B+es running the latest OSMC (Kodi 15.2-RC2), using the Emby plugin version 1.1.39. Media syncs just fine, but playing any media takes 10-15 seconds before it starts playing. Looking at the logs, it seems that the plugin takes a long time to start up: <snip> 15:05:02 72559.093750 T:3025760816 DEBUG: OnPlayMedia plugin://plugin.video.emby/movies/9a7157f73151a9a670f35fa7aef238ed/?filename=test.mp4&id=9a7157f73151a9a670f35fa7aef238ed&mode=play 15:05:02 72559.093750 T:3025760816 DEBUG: CAnnouncementManager - Announcement: OnClear from xbmc 15:05:02 72559.093750 T:3025760816 DEBUG: GOT ANNOUNCEMENT, type: 2, from xbmc, message OnClear 15:05:02 72559.101562 T:3025760816 DEBUG: CAnnouncementManager - Announcement: OnAdd from xbmc 15:05:02 72559.101562 T:3025760816 DEBUG: GOT ANNOUNCEMENT, type: 2, from xbmc, message OnAdd 15:05:02 72559.109375 T:3025760816 DEBUG: StartScript - calling plugin Emby('plugin://plugin.video.emby/movies/9a7157f73151a9a670f35fa7aef238ed/','8','?filename=test.mp4&id=9a7157f73151a9a670f35fa7aef238ed&mode=play') 15:05:02 72559.117188 T:2583688224 NOTICE: Thread LanguageInvoker start, auto delete: false 15:05:02 72559.117188 T:3025760816 DEBUG: WaitOnScriptResult - waiting on the Emby (id=18) plugin... 15:05:02 72559.117188 T:2583688224 INFO: initializing python engine. 15:05:02 72559.117188 T:2583688224 DEBUG: CPythonInvoker(18, /home/osmc/.kodi/addons/plugin.video.emby/default.py): start processing 15:05:04 72560.414062 T:2583688224 NOTICE: -->Python Interpreter Initialized<-- 15:05:04 72560.414062 T:2583688224 DEBUG: CPythonInvoker(18, /home/osmc/.kodi/addons/plugin.video.emby/default.py): the source file to load is "/home/osmc/.kodi/addons/plugin.video.emby/default.py" 15:05:04 72560.414062 T:2583688224 DEBUG: CPythonInvoker(18, /home/osmc/.kodi/addons/plugin.video.emby/default.py): setting the Python path to /home/osmc/.kodi/addons/plugin.video.emby:/home/osmc/.kodi/addons/script.module.requests/lib:/usr/lib/python2.7:/usr/lib/python2.7/plat-arm-linux-gnueabihf:/usr/lib/python2.7/lib-tk:/usr/lib/python2.7/lib-old:/usr/lib/python2.7/lib-dynload:/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages:/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages:/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/PILcompat:/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/gtk-2.0 15:05:04 72560.414062 T:2583688224 DEBUG: CPythonInvoker(18, /home/osmc/.kodi/addons/plugin.video.emby/default.py): entering source directory /home/osmc/.kodi/addons/plugin.video.emby 15:05:04 72560.421875 T:2583688224 DEBUG: CPythonInvoker(18, /home/osmc/.kodi/addons/plugin.video.emby/default.py): instantiating addon using automatically obtained id of "plugin.video.emby" dependent on version 2.1.0 of the xbmc.python api 15:05:04 72560.632812 T:3025760816 DEBUG: DialogProgress::StartModal called 15:05:04 72560.640625 T:3025760816 DEBUG: ------ Window Init (DialogProgress.xml) ------ 15:05:04 72560.640625 T:3025760816 DEBUG: Window DialogProgress.xml was already loaded 15:05:04 72560.640625 T:3025760816 DEBUG: Alloc resources: 0.18ms 15:05:11 72567.953125 T:2583688224 NOTICE: plugin.video.emby started 15:05:11 72567.960938 T:2583688224 NOTICE: Parameter string: ?filename=test.mp4&id=9a7157f73151a9a670f35fa7aef238ed&mode=play 15:05:12 72568.468750 T:2583688224 NOTICE: EMBY DownloadUtils -> logMsg : === ENTER downloadUrl === 15:05:12 72568.539062 T:2583688224 NOTICE: EMBY DownloadUtils -> logMsg : Header: {'Accept-Charset': 'UTF-8,*', 'Content-type': 'application/json', 'Accept-encoding': 'gzip', 'Authorization': 'MediaBrowser UserId="26c9f756a12c480dba75ed4b73894c6f", Client="Kodi", Device="PreK TV", DeviceId="FC677A3A41594842A2282BA940B41338", Version="1.1.39"', 'X-MediaBrowser-Token': '1c3709f0f98a4d1cb26f5cb759c5a89b'} 15:05:12 72568.601562 T:2583688224 NOTICE: EMBY DownloadUtils -> logMsg : URL: http://10.99.1.252:8096/mediabrowser/Users/26c9f756a12c480dba75ed4b73894c6f/Items/9a7157f73151a9a670f35fa7aef238ed?format=json&ImageTypeLimit=1 15:05:12 72569.085938 T:2583688224 NOTICE: EMBY DownloadUtils -> logMsg : ====== 200 Success ====== 15:05:12 72569.101562 T:2583688224 NOTICE: EMBY DownloadUtils -> logMsg : Response: {<snip really long JSON response>} 15:05:12 72569.117188 T:2583688224 NOTICE: PLAY Called 15:05:12 72569.164062 T:2583688224 NOTICE: EMBY DownloadUtils -> logMsg : === ENTER downloadUrl === 15:05:12 72569.179688 T:2583688224 NOTICE: EMBY DownloadUtils -> logMsg : URL: http://10.99.1.252:8096/mediabrowser/Users/26c9f756a12c480dba75ed4b73894c6f/Items/9a7157f73151a9a670f35fa7aef238ed/Intros?format=json&ImageTypeLimit=1&Fields=Etag 15:05:12 72569.257812 T:2583688224 NOTICE: EMBY DownloadUtils -> logMsg : Header: {'Accept-Charset': 'UTF-8,*', 'Content-type': 'application/json', 'Accept-encoding': 'gzip', 'Authorization': 'MediaBrowser UserId="26c9f756a12c480dba75ed4b73894c6f", Client="Kodi", Device="PreK TV", DeviceId="FC677A3A41594842A2282BA940B41338", Version="1.1.39"', 'X-MediaBrowser-Token': '1c3709f0f98a4d1cb26f5cb759c5a89b'} 15:05:12 72569.328125 T:2583688224 NOTICE: EMBY DownloadUtils -> logMsg : URL: http://10.99.1.252:8096/mediabrowser/Users/26c9f756a12c480dba75ed4b73894c6f/Items/9a7157f73151a9a670f35fa7aef238ed/Intros?format=json&ImageTypeLimit=1&Fields=Etag 15:05:13 72569.429688 T:2583688224 NOTICE: EMBY DownloadUtils -> logMsg : ====== 200 Success ====== 15:05:13 72569.453125 T:2583688224 NOTICE: EMBY DownloadUtils -> logMsg : Response: {u'Items': [], u'TotalRecordCount': 0} 15:05:13 72569.515625 T:2583688224 NOTICE: EMBY PlayUtils -> logMsg : Path exists. 15:05:13 72569.539062 T:2583688224 NOTICE: EMBY PlayUtils -> logMsg : File is direct playing. 15:05:13 72569.617188 T:2583688224 NOTICE: plugin.video.emby stopped 15:05:13 72569.617188 T:2583688224 INFO: CPythonInvoker(18, /home/osmc/.kodi/addons/plugin.video.emby/default.py): script successfully run 15:05:13 72569.625000 T:3025760816 DEBUG: WaitOnScriptResult- plugin returned successfully 15:05:13 72569.710938 T:3025760816 DEBUG: Loading settings for nfs://10.99.1.252/raid/shares/ccc/TV Media/Video/Misc/test.mp4 15:05:13 72569.804688 T:3025760816 DEBUG: CPlayerCoreFactory::GetPlayers(nfs://10.99.1.252/raid/shares/ccc/TV Media/Video/Misc/test.mp4) <snip> It seems to take several seconds for the Emby plugin to load and tell Kodi the video's URL, after which playback starts quickly. Both playing directly over NFS via Kodi and playing via Emby's UPNP feature starts almost instantly. Is the Pi just too slow for the plugin, or is something else going on? Is there some way I can speed things up?
  23. Flatline

    Emby server and Raspbeey Pi B 2

    Dear all, I'm trying to optimize my home multimedia setup. RIght now I have kodi installations on a HTPC and on android devices, and I share the kodi library via mysql installed ona QNAP nas. Trying to solve the slowness of this setup, I found about emby, so I'd like to test how faster this solution is. The QNAP package is not working for me as I have an ARM NAS, but as I had a spare RPi2 and I saw some posts around about people making it work, I decided to try it. So I followed these steps: 1) Installed linux on the RPI2 (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM/RaspberryPi) 2) Followed this tutorial for the RPi2 https://discourse.osmc.tv/t/howto-install-emby-server/6364/8 However when I try to start the server: mono MediaBrowser.Server.Mono.exe --ffmpeg "/usr/local/bin/ffmpeg" --ffprobe "/usr/local/bin/ffprobe" or with mono MediaBrowser.Server.Mono.exe --ffmpeg "/usr/local/bin/" --ffprobe "/usr/local/bin/" or even with mono MediaBrowser.Server.Mono.exe i get the error "fmpeg unvailable. Please install it and start the server with two command line arguments: -ffmpeg "{PATH}" and -ffprobe "{PATH}"" Note that I recompiled ffmpeg as by instructions, and that it is accessible via PATH (just running ffmpeg) as well as from /usr/local/bin Can you help me? Thanks in advance!
  24. Good Afternoon All, I thought I would grab every ones thoughts on the raspberry Pi 2 with windows 10 and the Mediabrowser app from the play store. It really has the potential to be the ultimate client device for anyone to use on their home televisions. 7Illusions had an interesting note (http://mediabrowser.tv/community/index.php?/topic/17162-direct-play/) that in windows 10 the store app might be able to direct stream (or maybe even direct play?) content which would be great to reduce server CPU usage. The app in the windows play store already indicates that it supports the arm processor which is good news. And Microsoft has announced that the raspberry pi 2 will be getting support for windows 10 and the licencing will even be free. (http://www.theverge.com/2015/2/2/7962179/raspberry-pi-windows-10) It does appear that the app currently doesnt show up in the web client to be remote controlled however based on Lukes comment it should and will likely get fixed in the next short while. http://mediabrowser.tv/community/index.php?/topic/18609-play-to-win-81app-version310240/ The process to enable autologin will likely be the same as windows 8. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-ca/windows-vista/turn-on-automatic-logon It also doesnt appear to be to complex to have a store app launch at login. http://superuser.com/questions/502190/adding-windows-store-apps-to-startup Anyone else have any additions?
  25. aspdend

    Legacy Stereo Amplifier

    I am hoping someone who is more knowledgeable than me can help me with an idea I am trying to implement. I have an old stereo amplifier and some nice floorstanding speakers that have been consigned to our old storage unit because the WAF is low and the house was too small. Now we have moved I have been allowed to resurrect them (if I refurbish the speakers that is). I want to install them in our conservatory so we can easily listen to music in there and in the garden. the problem I have is that the amplifier is an old analogue only unit (Kenwood KA3020SE) and all our media is on the UnRAID server. What I want to do is use mediabrowser on phone or tablet (or the mediabrowser server or htpc) to stream music to the amplifier. Simple! My ideal budget to achieve this is as cheap as humanly possible. My best idea is to use a Raspberry Pi with a WI-Fi dongle. Connect the RPi audio output to the amplifier auxiliary input with phono cables. The Rpi would be connected to my home network using the Wi-Fi. Could I then use the DLNA capabilities of Mediabrowser to achieve this, assuming I use Volumio for the RPi OS. This can be achieved for about £40 (and therefore can be my father's day present) and will have a good WAF (I hope). Does anyone have any experience in this or any ideas or any suggestions or just mocking me for missing a really obvious alternative solution that is a similar price or cheaper?
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