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Hi guys, A friend has shared his server with me and I'd like to link this content to my server so I don't have to keep switching between the 2. I'd ideally like to link his content so I can view it in EMBY-Kodi alongside my local content. Is this possible?
Hi there. Would like your advice please. I have added an iptv channel on emby (which is installed on my remote shared server) and I am trying to make that channel available-restreamed to more than one clients to watch. I tried logging in with my account at the same time from 3 different pcs and watch that but most of times streaming didn't work (edge explorer was the best so far for this job (had less crashes comparing to chrome which most times refused to stream every time other stream instance was already active. I also just tried browsers and not any app like kodi or vlc). So, if restream is possible, what is the proper way to do such thing? Should I avoid logging from many devices with the same account? Should I create and login from seperate accounts? Should I prefer a specific type of stream-source (I used http/file.. )? Also, I noticed that each time I tried to watch the stream, a new connection between my shared server and the iptv source initiated. So can I make emby on my shared server hold just one connection back to the iptv server and then just restream to multiple clients? If not, then why doesn't emby just redirects the iptv stream (clients-iptv_source instead of clients-emby-iptv_source). What I need to achieve is giving out what I see, to 4 distant houses. How should I do that you believe? CPU/Ram/Bandwidth wise, even shared, server was not utilized heavily. Thx in advance for your time