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  1. I'm running Emby Server on a 2019 Nvidia Shield Pro. I'm trying to watch on an LG TV connected to the HDMI output of the Shield. When I try to play a video with a 5MB/sec bitrate the video stalls about 30 minutes in. Looking at the dashboard over the web UI it shows that the video it transcoding because .mkv is an "incompatible container". Transcoding the video with ffmpeg (on the linux media file store machine) using ffmpeg -i <filename> -codec copy <filename.mp4> and then rescanning the entire movies library I attempted to play the .mp4 version. That also stalled within a minute or two of "resuming". Again looking at the dashboard over the web UI it shows that video is also attempting to transcode on the fly. Looking at the Emby Client "Playback Settings" on the shield and turning the "Streaming Bandwidth" down to 3MB/sec has no effect on the problem. What is the maximum bandwidth Emby Server on an NVIDIA Shield can play through the HDMI output, and is it necessary to re-encode all of the videos in the library (roughly 6TB) at or below that bitrate in order to use Emby Server on the Shield? embyserver.txt ffmpeg-remux-34cf853d-de26-4967-a2ce-c6b9a472e1ac_1.txt ffmpeg-remux-499b73b7-2fb4-4312-9b1d-d49659f7a37b_1.txt ffmpeg-transcode-559c15c4-ca1b-42a9-9ca8-614ae67ff117_1.txt ffmpeg-transcode-7449dc73-6162-462b-b328-33c38057b455_1.txt ffmpeg-transcode-301022b8-d0aa-418e-b692-efdee44bfd2c_1.txt ffmpeg-transcode-953166a6-817e-4a50-af9f-16eade38bdd7_1.txt ffmpeg-transcode-a0ede76b-340a-4577-8c83-69211d5e9117_1.txt ffmpeg-transcode-db07d03a-66fb-4570-80ff-ce6c24a7145f_1.txt ffmpeg-transcode-fe1f8007-a874-4246-acba-0e53874e4df7_1.txt
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