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  1. Hi, Since a week or so now Emby has been loading sooooo slowly (up to at least 2 minutes) on my two devices (Shield and RPi3) which results, I think, in it sometimes not even loading the subtitles correctly. Turning on/off subtitles or switching to the next one doesn't even work then and I'm forced to download new ones. I think the problem would be solved if it would load fast again, but I can't figure out what it is. Help? log.txt
  2. 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 using Chrome, I don't think this has any effect as I have an identical server set up on this machine and the files play fine, and similar behaviour is shown when accessing the server from Android devices through Chrome. The error also occurs for .avi files I have attached the server log and a remux? log. remux_log.txt server_log.txt
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