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  1. shaefurr

    Gamebrowser Guide

    Gamebrowser The Gamebrowser plugin brings game support to your living room, GameBrowser fetches game art and metadata automatically, and launches games using supported Emby clients. Get started with the correct folder structure The first thing you will want to do is make sure your games have the ideal folder structure, Start with a ROOT Games folder, then each game console should be in its own folder, with each game in their own subfolders. Games > ATARI > Asteroids > Asteroids.a26 > Pitfall > Pitfall.a26 > SNES > Donkey Kong Country > Donkeykongcountry.smc > Super Mario World > Supermarioworld.smc MAME is the one exception to this structure, as you can have all the game .zip files in the same folder Games > MAME > Aliens.zip > Btoads.zip > Dkong.zip Setting Up the Gamebrowser Plugin on the Server Gamebrowser is added to the server via the plugins tab on the server dashboard by navigating to Plugins > Plugin Catalog > Server > Gamebrowser and then clicking Install. Once it completes restart the server. Platform Configuration Continue setup on the server dashboard by navigating to Plugins > My Plugins > Gamebrowser and click + Add next to Game Systems, This page is where the game systems are configured. Start by choosing the path to one of your game folders, and then choosing the appropriate platform from the drop-down box. Then click Save. A UNC path is recommended if you plan to stream games over LAN/WAN connections. More info on using UNC paths //here Repeat this process for each game platform. Adding games to your Library Games are added to your library on the server dashboard by navigating to Library > and clicking + Add Media Library, choose Games from the drop-down box and name your game library, then click + Add next to Folders. Choose the path to the ROOT of your games folder. After the automatic library scan completes, your games should show up in the web client. Setting up Clients to Launch Games Emby Theater Launching games from Emby theater only requires a simple setup of external players. Open EmbyTheater, in the top right corner click on your profile icon in the top right corner, then navigate to Settings > External Players > Add Player Change the Media Type to Game, and the Game system to whatever system you would like to setup. In the Player Path type or paste the location of your emulator. Enter the correct command line argument for your emulator (listed at the bottom of this guide) Click save, and repeat for each game platform Emby Classic In order for games to be recognized in Emby Classic, you will need to install the GameBrowser-Classic plug-in in that app. GameBrowser-Classic can be installed from inside the Emby-Classic config pages by navigating to Plug-ins tab > Plug-in Catalog > GameBrowser-Classic. The plugin is free but requires the server to have a valid supporter key. After the plugin is installed, navigate to Emby Classic Configurator > Plug-ins tab > GameBrowser-Classic > Configure Select the game system you would like to setup, using the button on the right next to executable location, select the location of your emulator. Repeat for each game platform. For the switches section, most emulators will work using "{rom}", other emulators will require special switches, which will be listed at the end of this tutorial. Extra Setup Windows and DOS Games (Emby Classic only) Due to the client-server nature of Emby, to get Windows and DOS games to be visible to the server, you will need to follow this guide. Navigate to your ROOT Games folder, then create folders for Windows and/or DOS, with each game in their own subfolders. If it's a windows game place a game.gbwin file within each game directory. If its a DOS game place a game.gbdos file within each game directory. This file can be anything such as a blank text document or zip file. Just make sure to change the name to game and the extension to gbwin / gbdos. Games > WINDOWS > Baldur's Gate > game.gbwin > Borderlands > game.gbwin > DOS > Zork > game.gbdos > Wing Commander > game.gbdos After this step navigate to Emby Classic Configurator > Plug-ins tab > GameBrowser-Classic > Configure > Windows Games tab Select a game you wish to setup on the left, then click the button on the right next to Local Executable and select the .exe of the game. Repeat for each game. The setup for DOS games is the same as it is for Windows games. Navigate to Emby Classic Configurator > Plug-ins tab > GameBrowser-Classic > Configure > DOS Games tab Select a game you wish to setup on the left, then click the button on the right next to Local Executable and select the .exe of the game. Repeat for each game. Most DOS games don't run well in modern windows PC's. DOSBox is a great tool to overcome that. If DOSBox is configured in GameBrowser-Classic, then any games with a game.gbdos file will be launched through DOSBox. To use DOSBox follow this extra step. Navigate to Emby Classic Configurator > Plug-ins tab > GameBrowser-Classic > Configure > Miscellaneous tab Click the button on the right next to DOSBox and select the DOSBox.exe Emulator Command Line Arguments EMBY CLASSIC USAGE Atari > Stella > "{rom}" Nintendo 64 > Project64 v1.6 or earlier > {rom} > Project64 v1.7 or newer > "{rom}" Nintendo DS > DeSmuME > "{rom}" Nintendo Gamecube > Dolphin > --execute="{rom}" Nintendo GBA > VisualBoyAdvance > "{rom}" Nintendo NES > VirtuaNES > "{rom}" > NEStopia > "{rom}" Nintendo SNES > ZSNES > -m "{rom}" > snes9x > "{rom}" Nintendo Wii > Dolphin > --execute="{rom}" Sega Genesis > Fusion > -fullscreen "{rom}" Sega Dreamcast > NullDC > -config ImageReader:DefaultImage="{rom}" Sega Saturn > Yabause > -a -f -i "{rom} Sony PS1 > ePSXe > -nogui -loadbin "{rom}" Sony PS2 > PCSX2 > --nogui --fullscreen "{rom}" Sony PSP > PPSSPP > "{rom}" EMBY THEATER USAGE NOTE: Each argument needs to be on its own line, so for instance for SNES/zsnes, -m and {path} should be on 2 seperate lines. Like so: -m {path} Atari > Stella > {PATH} Nintendo 64 > Project64 > [PATH] Nintendo DS > DeSmuME > {PATH} Nintendo Gamecube > Dolphin > --execute={PATH} Nintendo GBA > VisualBoyAdvance > {PATH} Nintendo NES > VirtuaNES > {PATH} > NEStopia > {PATH} Nintendo SNES > ZSNES > -m {PATH} > snes9x > {PATH} Nintendo Wii > Dolphin > --execute={PATH} Nintendo Wii U > Cemu > --rom {PATH} Sega Genesis > Fusion > -fullscreen {PATH} Sega Dreamcast > NullDC > -config ImageReader:DefaultImage={PATH} Sega Saturn > Yabause > -a -f -i {PATH} Sony PS1 > ePSXe > -nogui -loadbin {PATH} Sony PS2 > PCSX2 > --nogui --fullscreen {PATH} Sony PSP > PPSSPP > {PATH} With ePSXE if you get an error "PSX Bios not found", use this switch to specify the location of the bios, just change the path to where your bios is located. EMBY CLASSIC USAGE Sony PS1 > ePSXe bios error > -nogui -bios "C:\Program Files\ePSXe 1.8\bios\scph1001.bin" -loadbin "{rom}" EMBY THEATER USAGE Sony PS1 > ePSXe bios error > -nogui -bios "C:\Program Files\ePSXe 1.8\bios\scph1001.bin" -loadbin {PATH}
  2. Hello, This is the first time I am making a request, I hope to have answers and I hope that my requests will succeed. I am French and I use Google Traduction because I am not good enough in English to make my requests as well as possible. I would leave in French too, for other French people who use Emby like me. First of all, I am very happy with Emby, it works really well. 1) On Emby Web App and Emby App (Windows and others) Is it possible to embed logos on thumbnails of movies like 3D, HD, SD, Dolby Surround / DTS and more ... And, is it possible to display them in the sheets of films because text is not easily visible to my users. It would take different Dolby logos and the same for DTS. It would be SD logos, HD 720p, HD 1080p, 3D, AAC. Maybe also MKV, AVI, MP4 ... 2) On Emby Server, it would be nice to be able to automatically transcode an IPTV channel (With a check box for the choice to do it or not in the IPTV options) so that two people can watch the same TV channel (Only for the same channel TV) Because it happens that friends want to watch at the same time the same chain and it is not possible, they are thrown each other when they watch the TV channel. 3) Still on Emby Server and always on IPTV, is it possible to do that if the quota of spectators is reached and the person who wants to watch the TV does not want to watch the transcoded TV channel (See point # 2) Then it will be ejected directly with a message that the quota is reached. I saw that it was in place but that it did not work if we capped the continuous demand of flow. It would be enough just to associate the users with the quota and if a person tries to connect, it will be blocked before the stream is launched. (Because currently, one can watch the stream, but if the other tries, it recovers the stream, which disconnects this first then it is disconnected later because the first has a new request for the flow (automatic by the option in the configuration) This is very annoying in case we want to record a program or someone comes to watch a TV channel when someone else is already watching) 4) Is it possible to include the authorization of an IPTV m3u list that has only one user? To be able to indicate the user (or users) allowed to watch a specific list of TV channels and be able to do the same for other M3u lists, so that no one can "walk" on it. Example: user 1, user 2 and user 3 have the right to access the TV on the first m3u list. user 4 has the right to access the TV on the second m3u list. user 5 and user 6 have the right of access to the third list m3u. In addition, is it possible to make lists of user channels 4, 5 and 6 not visible to users 1, 2 and 3? And conversely. 5) On IPTV always, in another case, is it possible to do that the chains can not be displayed in duplicate in the list if they include the same name, the same number of chains TV, the same information EXTINF but that they can be gathered on a single TV channel in the IPTV section with why not, the number of streams available (Like the number of episodes of a TV series or the number of films in a collection) Obviously, it would be good to to be able to reduce the number of streams available (in relation to the number of flows allowed by the lists and the number of people who are using the streams.) Therefore, 1 authorized stream should be removed from all available channels in relation to the M3U list obviously, because if we have chains of a m3u list proposing a TV channel that the other lists M3U do not propose, it will have to include the number of flows available only for it alone. 6) For the Emby wikipedia or on the discussion board, it would be nice also to be able to detail how to make a correct M3U list for Emby. I find a lot of messages everywhere but nothing that is concrete and fixed. And not being very good at English, I'm having a hard time understanding everything. This is valid for an anglist who practices IPTV on Emby and would like to do this tutorial. A charitable soul? Thank you for reading me and kindly answer me. And thank you again if you ever decide that my requests are not stupid, or even that they are very useful and put in place at the earliest. (For logos, I do not know if they need permissions, especially for Dolby and DTS but you can otherwise suggest the possibility to do it, and with your custom logos [simple, whatever] but editable for those who want them original) _______________________________________________________________________________________ Bonjour, C'est la première fois que je fais une requête, j'espère avoir des réponses et j'espère que mes requètes aboutiront . Je suis français et j'utilise Google Traduction car je ne suis pas assez bon en anglais pour formuler mes demandes le mieux possible. Je laisserais en français aussi, pour les autres français qui utilisent Emby comme moi. Tout d'abord, je suis très heureux d'Emby, il fonctionne vraiment bien. 1) Sur Emby Web App et Emby App (Windows et autres) Est-il possible d'intégrer des logos sur les miniatures des films comme 3D , HD, SD, Dolby Surround/DTS et plus... Et , est-il possible de les afficher dans les fiches des films car en texte ce n'est pas facilement visible pour mes utilisateurs. Il faudrait des logos des différents Dolby et pareil pour DTS. Il faudrait les logos SD, HD 720p , HD 1080p , 3D, AAC . Peut-être aussi MKV, AVI, MP4 ... 2) Sur Emby Server, ce serait bien de pouvoir transcoder automatiquement une chaine IPTV (Avec une case à cocher pour le choix de le faire ou non dans les options IPTV) de sorte que deux personnes puissent regarder la même chaine TV (Seulement donc pour la même chaine TV) Car il arrive que des amis veulent regarder en même temps la même chaine et celà n'est pas possible , ils se font jeter mutuellement quand ils visionnent la chaine TV. 3) Toujours sur Emby Serveur et toujours sur IPTV , est-il possible de faire que si le quota de spectateurs est atteint et que la personne qui veut regarder la TV ne veut pas regarder la chaine TV transcodée (Voir point N°2) Alors elle se fera éjecté directement avec un message comme quoi le quota est atteint. J'ai vu que c'était en place mais que ca ne fonctionnait pas si on cochait la demande continue de flux. Il suffirait juste d'associer les utilisateurs au quota et que si une personne essaie de se connecter, elle se fera bloquer avant que le flux soit lancé. (Car actuellement , l'un peut regarder le flux, mais si l'autre essaie, il récupère le flux, ce qui fait déconnecter ce premier puis ce dernier se fait déconnecter ensuite car le premier a une nouvelle demande du flux (automatique par l'option dans la configuration ) C'est très génant au cas ou on l'ont veut enregistrer un programme ou que quelqu'un vient pour regarder une chaine TV quand quelqu'un d'autre regarde déjà) 4) Est-il possible d'inclure l'autorisation d'une liste IPTV m3u qu'a un seul utilisateur ? De pouvoir indiquer l'utilisateur (ou les utilisateurs) autorisé à regarder une liste spécifique de chaines TV et pouvoir faire la même chose pour d'autres listes M3u, de sorte que personne ne puisse se "marcher" dessus . Exemple : user 1 , user 2 et user 3 ont le droit d'accès à la TV sur la première liste m3u . user 4 a le droit d'accès à la TV sur la deuxième liste m3u . user 5 et user 6 ont le droit d'accès à la troisième liste m3u . De plus, est-il possible de faire que les listes de chaines de user 4, 5 et 6 ne soient pas visible par les users 1, 2 et 3 ? Et inversement. 5) Sur IPTV toujours, dans un autre cas, est-il possible de faire que les chaines ne puissent s'afficher en double dans la liste si elles comportent le même nom , le même numéro de chaines TV , les mêmes infos EXTINF mais qu'elles puissent être rassemblées sur une seule chaine TV dans la section IPTV avec pourquoi pas , le nombre de flux disponible (Comme le nombre d'épisodes d'une série TV ou le nombre de films dans une collection) Evidemment , il serait bien de pouvoir réduire le nombre de flux disponible (par rapport aux nombres de flux autorisés par les listes et le nombre de personnes qui sont en train d'utiliser les flux. Du coup, il faudrait retiré 1 flux autorisé sur toutes les chaines disponible par rapport à la liste M3U évidemment. Car si on a des chaines d'une liste m3u proposant une chaine TV que les autres listes M3U ne proposent pas, elle devra comporter le nombre de flux disponible que pour elle seule. 6) Pour le wikipédia d'Emby ou sur le forum de discussion , Ce serait bien aussi de pouvoir détailler comment faire une liste M3U correcte pour Emby. je trouve plein de messages un peu partout ici mais rien qui est concret et fixe. Et n'étant pas très fort en Anglais, je galère un peu à tout comprendre. Ca, c'est valable pour un anglisciste qui pratique l'IPTV sur Emby et qui voudrait bien faire ce tutorial. Une âme charitable ? Merci de m'avoir lu et de bien vouloir me répondre . Et encore merci si jamais vous décidez que mes demandes ne sont pas bêtes , voir même qu'elles soient très utiles et mise en place au plus tôt. (Pour les logos , je ne sais pas s'ils faut des autorisations , surtout pour Dolby et DTS mais vous pouvez sinon proposez la possibilité de le faire , et avec vos logos personnalisé [simple, peu importe] mais modifiable pour ceux qui veulent les originaux)
  3. Sammy

    Installed Plugin. Now what?

    I installed the plug in but nothing's changed on Emby and there is no PVR. Do I need to also install NextPVR on my machine and configure it? Is there a Wiki someplace?
  4. As a temporary solution, you will now need to configure gamebrowser for Mediabrowser Classic manually by editing the xml file. This is a fairly simple process as you just need to edit your xml so it looks like the sample one below, changing the <executable>path</executable> section to the path of your emulator, and adding the appropriate <switches> The xml is found at programdata\mediabrowser-classic\plugins\configurations\gamebrowser.xml, just open it in notepad or something similar. The switches can be found at the bottom of this thread http://mediabrowser.tv/community/index.php?/topic/16380-gamebrowser-guide/ <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <GameBrowserSettings xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"> <GameSystems> <anyType xsi:type="GameSystem"> <Name>Gamecube</Name> <Executable>C:\Program Files\Dolphin\Dolphin.exe</Executable> <Switches>"--exec={rom}"</Switches> </anyType> <anyType xsi:type="GameSystem"> <Name>Nintendo</Name> <Executable>C:\Program Files (x86)\Nestopia V1.36\nestopia.exe</Executable> <Switches>"{rom}"</Switches> </anyType> <anyType xsi:type="GameSystem"> <Name>Nintendo 64</Name> <Executable>C:\Program Files (x86)\Project64 2.1\Project64.exe</Executable> <Switches>"{rom}"</Switches> </anyType> <anyType xsi:type="GameSystem"> <Name>Nintendo Wii</Name> <Executable>C:\Program Files\Dolphin\Dolphin.exe</Executable> <Switches>"--exec={rom}"</Switches> </anyType> <anyType xsi:type="GameSystem"> <Name>PS2</Name> <Executable>C:\Program Files (x86)\PCSX2 1.0.0\pcsx2-r5350.exe</Executable> <Switches>"{rom}"</Switches> </anyType> <anyType xsi:type="GameSystem"> <Name>Sony Playstation</Name> <Executable>C:\Program Files (x86)\ePSXe190\ePSXe.exe</Executable> <Switches>-nogui -loadbin "{rom}"</Switches> </anyType> <anyType xsi:type="GameSystem"> <Name>Super Nintendo</Name> <Executable>C:\Program Files (x86)\ZSNES V1.51\zsnesw.exe</Executable> <Switches>"{rom}"</Switches> </anyType> <anyType xsi:type="GameSystem"> <Name>Nintendo DS</Name> <Executable>C:\Program Files (x86)\desmume-0.9.10-win32\DeSmuME_0.9.10_x86.exe</Executable> <Switches>"{rom}"</Switches> </anyType> <anyType xsi:type="GameSystem"> <Name>Game Boy Advance</Name> <Executable>C:\Program Files (x86)\VisualBoyAdvance-1.8.0-beta3\VisualBoyAdvance.exe</Executable> <Switches>"{rom}"</Switches> </anyType> </GameSystems> <DosGames /> <WinGames /> <EnableQuitKey>true</EnableQuitKey> <SelectedQuitKey>36</SelectedQuitKey> </GameBrowserSettings> sample xml courtesy of @@buddyweiser
  5. Luke

    Sync Guide

  6. Note: This process was contributed by a community member and we have no reason to believe it doesn't work if followed to the letter. However, we haven't verified the process lately so it is possible it is out of date. Please let us know of your experience if you attempt this. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Getting MKV and other media files to play directly on your Xbox 360 with Media Browser 3, and Media Browser Classic, can be a frustrating experience. Trust me, I’ve been there, and I have spent many hours banging my head trying to figure out how to get it to work. Seemingly at times I thought I had everything setup correctly, but Media Browser would end up transcoding the file, or unable to play it all. It was a mystery for a while to me, and the behavior was hard to track down. I’ve read countless forums, some even suggesting that this simply won’t work. That is the furthest thing from the truth. Through many efforts I discovered how to get this to work fairly easily, as long as you know what you need to do, and the exact steps to do it! With Xbox 360s going for under $99 now, more and more people are going to take the plunge. I figured I would write this tutorial to save everyone time and their sanity. You can finally start enjoying your Windows Media Center experience like you should. Simply stated having this work under Media Browser Classic is an awesome experience! The interface is unmatched to anything else that is out there. Setting up the server backend correctly: 1. You’ll of course want to have Media Browser 3 installed on a server already. In my setup I have Windows Media Center separated from my NAS. My NAS is simply a Windows 7 machine, with Media Browser installed on it, and all my media files are located on the same server. 2. Setup your Media Browser libraries. Ensure that Media Browser is pointed to your libraries by using UNC Shares and NOT local drives. Even if Media Browser is on the same system as your media files like mine, DO NOT use local drive paths (D:\Movies), instead type in the UNC path \\MEDIASERVER\Movies for example. 3. DO NOT use the Path Substitution option in Media Browser. If you use UNC paths, this should be more than sufficient. I’ve had strange behaviors when using this instead to translate local drive paths. 4. Create a user with Administrator rights to your Media Libraries. In my setup it is called mcuser. Create the same user on both your Media Center server, and your NAS. (If they are separate machines.) 5. Ensure you setup your media libraries in Windows Media Center as well, providing the credentials for mcuser. 6. Use this tool, to give the MCX#-SERVERNAME Administrator access to your media libraries by using the above wmcuser account. http://tobias-tobin.blogspot.com/2008/08/giving-media-center-extender-access-to.html Note: If your Media Browser server, and Windows Media Center machine are on the same server, step 5 and 6 may not be necessary, but I am unable to verify this at this time. In addition you'll need to have a separate account that has full Administrator rights to your libraries. More information on how the tool works is available on the website. 7. Load a CODEC pack on your Windows Media Center server. I prefer Shark007, but others may work with some tweaking. Get it here: http://shark007.net. Use Shark's recommended settings on both 32-bit and 64-bit CODECs, and says yes to the Live TV, Xbox 360 question. In addition under MKV, I choose to use Alternative Extender support. 8. If you have not already done so install Media Browser Classic on your Windows Media Center machine and make sure it launches. 9. Launch the Media Browser Classic Configuration program, and go to the extender+iso tab. Ensure that Enable Transcode 360 is UNCHECKED. Transcoding is bad, we do not want it! 10. While in the extender+iso tab under extender formats, ensure you put the media extensions you want to play natively, such as .MKV or .MP4 . Setting up your Xbox360: Here is where it got weird and this is key. It took me a while to figure these exact steps out. However, first, a little background: it’s a little known fact that Microsoft has released a new version of the Optional Media Update that will play MKVs and other media files natively. Originally Microsoft has had several versions of this program, but not all of them will play MKVs. This coincides with the update they have released for the Xbox ONE. However, the trick is getting the right version to download, which isn’t as obvious as you would think. From my experience, without having an Xbox LIVE membership it’s not possible to download the necessary update. In addition, I was NOT able to get the right version by downloading it manually (searching the app store). Like I said In order to get the proper version, it will be necessary to have an Xbox LIVE membership. As far as I can tell, the correct version is only available for XBOX Live members. If you are not already a member you will need to create an account and sign up for a membership. Note: The first month is free, so you can sign-up temporarily and cancel if you so desire once you get the update. The update should remain on the Xbox 360 even if you no longer have a membership. In order to get the correct update, perform the following steps: 1. If you do not already have an Xbox LIVE membership go to live.xbox.com and either create a new user, or setup an existing one that you will use on all your extenders with a subscription (this will unfortunately require a Credit Card). Note: You cannot just create an account. Simply, having an account will NOT be enough to download the correct Optional Media Update. 2. Now power on your Xbox 360 extender and navigate to the Xbox Dashboard. If your extender launches immediately to Windows Media Center, exit and go back to the Xbox Dashboard. 3. We first need to check to see if you have the older version of Optional Media Update first by going to Settings > System > Storage > Hard Drive > System Items. If it’s there delete it. If we do not remove it, the Xbox will not update the current version we have. 4. If you created a new account you will need to download the profile to your Xbox 360 Extender you just made from Xbox LIVE. Here is a link that explains how to do it: http://support.xbox.com/en-US/my-account/manage-gamertag-and-profile/download-your-xbox-live-profile-to-another-360-console 5. Once your profile is downloaded, ensure that you login to that profile by choosing it under the Social dashboard. You can also enable automatic login to this profile, by going to Settings > Profile > Sign-in Preferences > Profile Auto Sign-In > On which is preferable for a Windows Media Center extender. If you just added a subscription to an existing account, I found that I add to delete the profile on the Xbox, and download it again as described above to get it to recognize the new subscription. The key to this whole thing is to have an active connection to Xbox LIVE. If you don’t it won’t download the Optional Media Update that you need. 6. Now launch Windows Media Center on your Xbox 360. 7. In order to get the proper update, you’ll need to make sure that you have your movie or TV show media libraries available natively in Windows Media Center, WITHOUT using Media Browser Classic. Clicking on a movie or TV Show from the regular Windows Media Center interface, will allow the Xbox 360 to come up with a screen that will prompt you to download the new version of the Optional Media Update. For some reason if you use Media Browser Classic it will block the download from occurring even when though the screen comes up initially. However, the dialog box to download the update disappears. Using the regular Windows Media Center interface will allow you to do this. In addition DO NOT use Recorded TV, it will never prompt you because Windows Media Center sees these as native media files, which should be .WTV. The media file has to be an MKV or MP4 to have the Xbox 360 initiate a download for the Optional Media Update. 8. Reboot your Xbox 360 extender, and re-launch Windows Media Center. 9. Now go into Media Browser Classic, and navigate to your libraries. Choose your favorite movie or TV Show and enjoy direct playback without Media Browser transcoding them! Yay quality! You’ll also be able to tell if the program is being transcoded or direct played by going to the Media Browser dashboard. Under Server > Active Devices > hover your mouse on the device that is streaming and it will tell you if it is Direct Play or Transcoding the file. Note: You’ll need to do this on every Xbox 360 Extender you have. Hope this guide serves you guys and gals well. Enjoy!
  7. Luke

    Live TV Guide

  8. https://github.com/MediaBrowser/Wiki/wiki/Transcoding
  9. https://github.com/MediaBrowser/Wiki/wiki/Notifications
  10. Luke

    Channel Guide

  11. https://github.com/MediaBrowser/Wiki/wiki/Emby%20Connect
  12. shaefurr

    Gamebrowser Guide - Video Tutorial

    A quick video tutorial following the written gamebrowser guide here, It covers installing and setting up gamebrowser on the server and configuring Media browser Theater to launch games. Media browser-classic setup will be added in the future
  13. https://github.com/MediaBrowser/Wiki/wiki/Parental%20controls
  14. Luke

    Guests Guide

  15. Luke

    Users Guide

  16. https://github.com/MediaBrowser/Wiki/wiki/Camera-upload
  17. Luke

    Devices Guide

  18. https://github.com/MediaBrowser/Wiki/wiki/Scheduled-tasks
  19. https://github.com/MediaBrowser/Wiki/wiki/Movie%20naming
  20. Luke

    3D Video Guide

  21. Luke

    Subtitle Guide

  22. Luke

    Trailer Guide

  23. https://github.com/MediaBrowser/Wiki/wiki/Theme-songs-&-videos
  24. https://github.com/MediaBrowser/Wiki/wiki/Theme-songs-&-videos
  25. Luke

    Media Stub Guide

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