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  1. Hi just trying to sync my music to android phone and keep original format. I'm not much of explaining things but I will do my best to provide an example. While having my sync settings in Settings->Offline Sync to Max audio file bitrate ->None I select the music for Make available offline and the expected result is for Emby server to transfer the music files as originally stored on the server side. Unfortunately this is not the result, instead Emby it converts the files which are wma format to opus. I understand how great this format is but its not recognized by any of my music app on android. My question is how can I configure Emby on the server side or android to properly sync keeping the original format?
  2. Hi, With rumours that pre-release Windows 9 will be released to developers soon and a public release vaguely hinted at for April 2015 I am starting to think about what I need to do to prepare for Windows 9. I currently use Windows Media Center on Windows 7 for my music and MBC for my movies, a combination that works really well. As Windows Media Center is on life support from Microsoft in Windows 8 I fear it may disappear in Windows 9. The main migration issue I have is that my music collection is in WMA lossless format. All the music tag info is kept in the file including the star rating. The star rating, release year and genera tags are very important to me. I have approx. 80 dynamic play lists e.g. “favourite jazz not heard recently”. I was wondering if anybody has advice on how to move my my music collection way from Microsoft’s lossless WMA format. 1) What alternative lossless file format should I convert my WMA collection to? 2) Is there a way to migrate the music track metadata tags across to the new file format? 3) What other media centre programs support dynamic playlists? E.g. does XBMC support this? Are there are other issues I need to think about if I move away from Windows Media Center?
  3. Hi All - My Windows Media Audio Lossless (WMA) music CD rips are not playing on either the official or MBMC channel interfaces. FLAC play fine on both channels. Both are supported according to documentation for my Roku 3 with firmware 5.5. Roku Supported Media Is anyone else experiencing this? Thanks, Tanamur
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