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Adding a http network drive to emby


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Baratmax09

Hi there I am a complete newbie to emby and these networking things. But I was wondering is it possible to add drives which i can only access through http to emby. For example: I have this folder "http://103.106.238.74/Data4/tvseries/". I was wondering if I could add this as a library. TIA

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1 hour ago, Baratmax09 said:

Hi there I am a complete newbie to emby and these networking things. But I was wondering is it possible to add drives which i can only access through http to emby. For example: I have this folder "http://103.106.238.74/Data4/tvseries/". I was wondering if I could add this as a library. TIA

If you can do it at the OS level then you should be able to use it from Emby but this is unusual.

What kind of host is that and what is the source? Is there no other way to map a drive to this?
If this was a question regarding some type of file in an m3u file you would want to use individual strm files instead.

We can try to help you better once we understand the situation.

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Baratmax09

I figured an alternate way making a python script to make strm files for all the files in the directories and it works now. Thanks for the idea.

 

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That was fast!

Glad you got a solution.

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