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  1. For anyone like me who started off creating their library of media and and deciding at a later date that maybe they want to move the those movies into their own folders, but don't want to manually create thousands of folders, and then manually move the files, you can automate that process with PowerShell (on WIndows). Open up a PowerShell prompt and navigate to the directory with your movies being stored, in my case on a network share. cd \\unraid\media\movies Make sure this command will create a folder for every file in the directory you just navigated to. WARNING, I was lazy when I made this. This will technically create a folder for any object in the folder that has a period in the name. So, if for whatever reason, you already have folders with a period in the name, it will try to create a folder for it as well. If you already have a folder structure with periods, either don't use this or revise the command. Get-ChildItem | Where-Object {$_.Name -Like "*.*"} | Select BaseName | ForEach-Object {New-Item -Name $_.BaseName -ItemType "Directory"} This next command will actually move every item with a period in the name, into a folder of the same name, minus the file extension. So, if you have multiple copies of a movie, with multiple resolutions, or if you keep your metadata in NFO files, ALL of those files will be moved into the same folder. Get-ChildItem | Where-Object {$_.Name -Like "*.*"} | ForEach-Object {Move-Item $_.Name $_.BaseName}
  2. slybreiz

    mediatheque distante [SMB]

    Bonjour je viens d'installe un serveur emby sur une debian . je voudrais y connecter mes 2 médiathèques; qui sont sur 2 nas ( un synology et un Qnap) je n'arrive pas a me connecter j'essaye smb//user:mdp@monip cela ne fonctionne pas . es la bonne syntaxe pour connecter un répertoire distant . merci
  3. hi, my backup plugin keeps failing, with the error messages essentially saying authentication error trying to create the new directory. normally pretty straight forward issue to resolve, i know, but... background info my ShieldTV Pro accesses an SMB share on a NAS, which has content subfolders (movies, TV shows, photos, yada yada), as well as a Backup directory. this share is accessed using dedicated credentials without any issue by several apps on my ShieldTV, including Emby Server. i installed the latest backup plugin (1.3.4.0), i browse/choose the backup directory, decide what i want to backup. no problem. however the backup plugin fails every time it runs by schedule or when clicked. ***snip*** Access to the path "/storage/NAS/share/MediaCentre Backup/Emby/Emby Backup - 2019-01-28 12.10.0 - Auto" is denied. at System.IO.Directory.CreateDirectoriesInternal (System.String path) [0x0004b] in <fe08c003e91342eb83df1ca48302ddbb>:0 at System.IO.Directory.CreateDirectory (System.String path) [0x00075] in <fe08c003e91342eb83df1ca48302ddbb>:0 at Emby.Server.Implementations.IO.ManagedFileSystem.CreateDirectory (System.String path) [0x0001b] in <8c99ead7fd9c44cab05a9d44c2163ecc>:0 at MBBackup.ServerEntryPoint+<ExecuteBackup>d__61.MoveNext () [0x00199] in <b48c1b9ae14d440baa732016b620ddb8>:0 --- End of stack trace from previous location where exception was thrown --- ***snip*** i have: - rebooted the NAS (its a Synology DS412+) - explicitly reset share, folder and file permissions - logged into the NAS share with a PC using same credentials used on the Shield to check effective permissions, and i am able to create folders, create/delete files no problem: so permissions seem OK. - reinstalled/reset the backup plugin - rebooted the Shield TV - tried creating a user on the NAS with the same username as the Emby server (EmbySvr), and also its linked Emby Connect ID. AND YOU GUESSED IT...the backup plugin fails with the same message every time no matter what I do :\ the questions: - does the Emby backup plugin use the existing ShieldTV share access credentials, or does it separately access the share and create the folders/files using the Emby Server credentials? If so, does it use the local username, or the linked Emby Connect username? - what else could be causing this, or what should i do to troubleshoot? thanks
  4. Im running Emby on Unraid. I have a couple network drives mounted to the unraid machine that contains movies and tv shows, one is a synology and the other is a netgear NAS. I'm running into a strange issue where the media on the Netgear readynas is not seen on Emby. It's mounted via SMB and I can map it just just fine so all the media is available (or should be) but for whatever reason none of the movies on the readynas machine are available in Emby (the synology works fine). The issue is isolated to Emby; I can see and use the media on this drive a number of other apps on unraid. I'm new to Emby but I believe this wasn't an issue pre Emby 4 release. Here's the error message posted on the logs; I'm just not sure what to do with it as it says it's not a directory. I can post any other logs if needed. Any guidance would be really appreciated as it's driving me nuts. Thanks a lot. 2019-03-06 04:12:48.746 Error LibraryMonitor: Error watching path: /mnt/disks/RNDU_media/Videos/Movies *** Error Report *** Version: 4.0.2.0 Command line: /system/EmbyServer.dll -programdata /config -ffdetect /bin/ffdetect -ffmpeg /bin/ffmpeg -ffprobe /bin/ffprobe -restartexitcode 3 Operating system: Unix 4.18.20.0 64-Bit OS: True 64-Bit Process: True User Interactive: True Processor count: 8 Program data path: /config Application directory: /system System.IO.IOException: System.IO.IOException: Not a directory at System.IO.Enumeration.FileSystemEnumerator`1.FindNextEntry() at System.IO.Enumeration.FileSystemEnumerator`1.MoveNext() at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.RunningInstance.AddDirectoryWatchUnlocked(WatchedDirectory parent, String directoryName) at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.RunningInstance.AddDirectoryWatchUnlocked(WatchedDirectory parent, String directoryName) at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.RunningInstance..ctor(FileSystemWatcher watcher, SafeFileHandle inotifyHandle, String directoryPath, Boolean includeSubdirectories, NotifyFilters notifyFilters, CancellationToken cancellationToken) at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.StartRaisingEvents() at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.StartRaisingEventsIfNotDisposed() at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.set_EnableRaisingEvents(Boolean value) at Emby.Server.Implementations.IO.LibraryMonitor.<>c__DisplayClass38_0.<StartWatchingPath>b__0() Source: System.IO.FileSystem TargetSite: Void FindNextEntry() at System.IO.Enumeration.FileSystemEnumerator`1.FindNextEntry() at System.IO.Enumeration.FileSystemEnumerator`1.MoveNext() at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.RunningInstance.AddDirectoryWatchUnlocked(WatchedDirectory parent, String directoryName) at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.RunningInstance.AddDirectoryWatchUnlocked(WatchedDirectory parent, String directoryName) at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.RunningInstance..ctor(FileSystemWatcher watcher, SafeFileHandle inotifyHandle, String directoryPath, Boolean includeSubdirectories, NotifyFilters notifyFilters, CancellationToken cancellationToken) at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.StartRaisingEvents() at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.StartRaisingEventsIfNotDisposed() at System.IO.FileSystemWatcher.set_EnableRaisingEvents(Boolean value) at Emby.Server.Implementations.IO.LibraryMonitor.<>c__DisplayClass38_0.<StartWatchingPath>b__0()
  5. Hope someone is able to help out on this one I might have missed some important information about changes to the config. since i am not able to find anywhere to add the user credentials for use with Direct Path in Kodi. My Embycon does still have the feature. and i could see if i assign the share everybody or guest permission everything works fine. I have tried to read the first 4 pages in the community and look through wikis and installations guides, that all point to the old 1.03 version that have credentials in the config. Do any know if this is caused by its still in Beta?
  6. If you use "Native (Direct Paths)" in the Emby for Kodi add-on and the library's "Shared network folder" on the Ember server side has erroneous slashes in it, the add-on silently doesn't add the "smb://" prefix leading to unhelpful errors that don't help lead the user to fixing their error. I wonder if it might be possible to either validate the "Shared network folder" setting warning for duplicate slashes or mixed forward and backward slashes on the Emby server side and/or make the logic for when to prepend "smb://" less picky on the Kodi add-on side, such as just doing it for every path that starts with "\\". In my case, I mistakenly entered a single forward slash later in the "Shared network folder" windows network path, e.g.: "\\server\share\foo/bar". Without anything pointing out the mix of slashes, it took me forever to finally notice them after many failed debugging sessions, especially since cutting and pasting the paths into Windows Explorer worked just fine. In another user's case, they mistakenly entered a trailing back slash in the "Shared network folder" resulting in a double back slash for the full path: https://emby.media/community/index.php?/topic/47453-invalid-smb-paths/&do=findComment&comment=448373 Emby Server 3.2.70.0 Kodi 17.6 Emby for Kodi add-on 3.0.11a I apologize for the lack of a debug log file. All previous instances of the error messages have already been overwritten since I fixed the "Shared network folder" and done a "Repair local database (force update all content)" and my libraries are too large to do that twice as I'd have to do to reproduce the issue.
  7. tcm

    Consistent CTD on Deb Squeeze

    greets. emby fresh debian 9 install (and reinstall) libraries for epub, video and audio via NAS SMB consistent crash withiin moments requiring service emby-server restart. two most recent log files attached. assistance greatly appreciated, tnx! ~tcm server-63652982530.txt server-63652982708.txt
  8. thejacer87

    ANSWERED SMB instead of HTTP

    so here's my setup: Media Server: shitty computer that runs sonarr, transmission etc. and the HDDs storing all the media are here. SMB server is here! My Main computer: running the emby server Rpi3 with Kodi: uses the emby for kodi add-on. obviously connects to the emby server at 192.168.1.X (emby server IP). No playback issues. But if i try to use smb. it tells me it can't connect to smb://192.168.1.X/path_to_file. Well that's obvious, my main computer doesn't have an SMB server. so in the network settings i add for the ip 192.168.1.Y (media server ip) and the network creds. but when i go to play a video, i get the same error saying "can't connect to smb://192.168.1.X/path_to_file". So i guess my question is: What is the correct way to smb to a different server than the emby server? Or, is that even possible? thanks
  9. Ronnie N

    Streaming over HTTP safe?

    Hello guys! I'm new to Emby but I like the program very much! I have one little problem, can't get the HTTPS function to work: the server doesn't generate a SSL certificate. But that is not my question today. Because my HTTPS is not working, I no stream via HTTP to locations outside my home network. Normally I don't stream a lot, but now, because of the holidays I do stream a lot. My question, is it safe to stream over HTTP. Because everyone can watch what I'm streaming would I not be marked for piracy or something? Because I'm up-and-downloading files that are protected by copyright. thanks in advance, kind regards, Ronnie van der Woude
  10. Hi! I have an issue with Emby in that it doesn't keep track of how long I've been watching a movie/episode. Even if I watch it for only 1 second it will immediately mark it as watched. Looking through these forums I've understood that it is due to Emby not being able to determine the runtime of my files because ffprobe fails. The reason being that I have all my shares mapped over SMB. The solution I've seen mentioned is to compile FFmpeg with SMB support. Something I've not been able to do. I'm running Linux Mint, and been trying to compile using this guide: https://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/CompilationGuide/Ubuntu only with adding --enable-libsmbclient to the configure part. 'm out of my depth and was hoping someone here has managed to do this themselves?
  11. spider85

    Strange kodi/emby smb bug?

    Hi all, Yesterday i installed emby server and configed it as i wanted, after that i connected my android Shield (SPMC) with the emby server, after some tweaks i had no problems playing all of the content thru the native mode. Today i tried to connect a second kodi machine (intel Nuc + Libreelec 8.01) to the server, made the same settings and tried to sync, then a strange problem appeard. the message was Kodi cant locate file smb://SERVER/SERIES/MOVIESsmb://MOVIENAME.mkv The normal path would be: smb://SERVER/SERIES/MOVIES/MOVIENAME.mkv So for some strange reason there is a "smb://" in the middle of the file name, the shield doest have this problem, so it looks like there is a bug or something in libreelec / emby for kodi ? or iam i missing something? In the Log files i cant find anything thats giving me a hint or something The problem only exists with movies, series (same settings other path) work directly Hope somebody can shine a light. Kind Regards
  12. neonko-sensei

    ANSWERED direct play unable to connect to smb

    I'm encountering difficulty getting the Kodi add-on to direct play files from an smb share. configuration: RPi3, Kodi 16.1, Emby add-on 2.2.32 recent related threads: 1, 2, 3 Here's the relevant log excerpt: 01:48:18 18909.144531 T:1206289392 NOTICE: EMBY.playbackutils -> Play called. 01:48:18 18909.164062 T:1206289392 NOTICE: EMBY.playutils -> Verifying path: smb://server/public/movies/5 Centimeters per Second/5_Centimeters_Per_Second.mp4 01:48:18 18909.181641 T:1206289392 NOTICE: EMBY.playutils -> Failed to find file. 01:48:18 18909.181641 T:1206289392 NOTICE: EMBY.playutils -> Unable to direct play. 01:48:18 18909.183594 T:1206289392 NOTICE: EMBY.playutils -> smb://server/public/movies/5 Centimeters per Second/5_Centimeters_Per_Second.mp4 01:48:24 18915.333984 T:1956402096 ERROR: Playlist Player: skipping unplayable item [...] I have successfully navigated to the directory "smb://server/public/movies/5 Centimeters per Second/" via Kodi's browse dialog, asking it to remember credentials. I also supplied network credentials in the Emby add-on settings. Playback mode is set to "addon". I can play videos by adding the share through the Kodi file manager and navigating to a file. edit: here's a log sample showing an identical (edit2: non-identical) smb path being played 02:11:19 20290.355469 T:1956402096 NOTICE: DVDPlayer: Opening: smb://SERVER/public/movies/5 Centimeters per Second/5_Centimeters_Per_Second.mp4 02:11:19 20290.355469 T:1956402096 WARNING: CDVDMessageQueue(player)::Put MSGQ_NOT_INITIALIZED 02:11:19 20290.355469 T:1268773872 NOTICE: Creating InputStream 02:11:19 20290.382812 T:1268773872 NOTICE: Creating Demuxer 02:11:19 20290.632812 T:1527772144 NOTICE: EMBY.player -> DEBUG:: reportPlayback Called I can successfully play videos through the video library when I check "play from http instead of smb". (However, HTTP playback won't work for my entire collection because I have a handful of ISO rips which won't be transcoded for http, as well as items for which the fetched subtitles are poor or missing.) Is there anything more I can do to debug this? I'm happy to hack up scripts in the plugin, if I can be pointed at a place to start looking.
  13. Hello, I'm a new user of Emby, i really love it !! it's so easy and powerfull i didn't know why i don't heard about it before. Here is my setup of Emby to explain what i excpected to do with it : Actually i use substitution path for local Kodi and i would know if it's possible to have two path substitution system ? One for local device and one for remote device. I got strong internet connexion and didn't need transcoding to play files on my remote Kodi so it would be really interessant if it's possible to dissociate local acces to files from remoted one. To resume : Local Kodi -> NFS access to NAS with substitution path Remote Kodi -> FTP access to NAS with substitution path Is this possible ? Need a bunch of modifications ? Again thanks for your great works !! PS : Sorry for my poor english, i 'm French i tried to write something understandable.
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