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  1. EliteArmedForce

    High CPU consumption

    #####Specs of Hardware used###### RPi 3 B+ OS: DietPi v6.29.2 Server installed in RPi 3 b+ Client: Mobile browser, Mobile app & PC browser Browser: Chrome latest version Emby App latest. Test done using "htop" command ################################### Attached Documents(Below) Using emby app (Mobile using emby app.jpg) Chrome mobile browser (Mobile with browser_2.jpg ....) Chrome PC (browser) Video details ################################## This rpi3 b+ is used for media server. I play various videos independent of the of its codec. Most of the time, i play H264 videos,
  2. maeffjus

    Raspberry Pi4 & NAS for Server

    Hi Guys, actually I'm running my Emby on a Windows-Server 2012 R2 with a Core-i7 which is from the 3 or 4-Series. But since this costs a ton of electricity, I'd like to change this to a more energy-efficient alternative. While the new Raspberry Pi 4 seems to be very powerful, could I use this as an alternative for transcoding? (If I'm abroad, I sometimes transcode FHD-content to my mobile devices, but I often use FHD to FHD) Can anyone tell me if the RPi4 has enough power? If not, what energy-efficient alternative do you recommend? Regards, Matthias
  3. i would love to use emby server, if it working properly... I cant use Emby, because it crashing all the time. When i start a movie-after stop, then start other, the server is crashing. I tried playing this movies whit Plex and worked, but i dont like Plex. PLZ help me to use this awsome server!! My system: DietPi distribution on Raspberry pi 3, Distributor ID: Raspbian Description: Raspbian GNU/Linux 9.4 (stretch) Release: 9.4 Codename: stretch Emby Version: Version 3.3.1.0 ffmpeg version: ffmpeg version 3.2.10-1~deb9u1+rpt1 Mono runtime version: Mono JIT compiler v
  4. Hi all. I'd really appreciate a steer on where I'm going wrong with my Emby setup - it's becoming really frustrating! I have Emby Server (3.1.266.0 beta) set up in Lubuntu 16.04. My machine specs are as follows: i5 6600t HD 7950 3 GB 8GB RAM 1 TB 7200rpm HDD for media I have a powerline based home network using AV2 compliant adapters. I've tried a couple of different playback approaches - DNLA via my Bravia TV, Emby for Kodi on my RPi 2 and an old Android TV box (Minix Neo X7) but none work reliably. My media is really mixed in terms of formats and bitrates. I used to
  5. hurricanehrndz

    ARM devices official instructions

    Instructions can be found on the Emby website: https://emby.media/download Our linux packages support ARM, as well as our Docker installation.
  6. Hello, I set up my Emby server on my desktop PC and it was all running perfectly, I've recently moved to using a Raspberry Pi 3 using the guide in the second post on this page: http://emby.media/community/index.php?/topic/27026-raspberry-pi/page-8 It all works fine, except no MKV file will play, I'm pretty sure this has something to do with ffmpeg, but I have checked that it is in the location that guide used. Any tips? EDIT: The error I get is a white box pops up saying Video Error: There was an error playing the video. I am accessing the server from a Windows 10 machine us
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