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  1. xdwarfx

    Theme Songs auto repeat

    Requesting a theme song auto repeat. When a user has manually placed a theme song inside the designated folder, have it auto repeate inside the client apps when it finishes.
  2. Nisten

    Intel QuickSync - Repeated Playback

    Issue: Once I finish playing a movie or a tv show on the roku, the app goes back several minutes and replays a part of the movie/show that we've already seen. Findings: This doesn't happen when "hardware encoding" is turned off but only seems to happen when its turned on. Is there a way to stop this from happening and still leave hardware encoding on or is it out of Emby's control? Reason I ask is because i can leave "hardware encoding" off for mpeg-ts transcoding but for high profile h264 transcoding (due to low bitrates), "hardware encoding" is a must for my mini-pc. One of the moderators, i think @@Happy2Play, said that H264 decoding wasn't actually working due to a bug with ffmpeg but i think that was pre-netcore so i don't know if it still applies post-netcore
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