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Emby doesn't displays music files only


DjMaN
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Hi there. 

I have an issue with Emby Server 4.7.5.0 at my NAS F2-210 model. The problem is undisplayed all music files of my media archive. If I create a Movies library and add folder with movies to that, I can see all my movies in there and it works great. But if I create Music library and add folder with music files (mp3, wav, flac) in there, then I can see album pictures only, but no one file can be played. It is just displayed as 0 files at directory. I tried to create Library with mixed content but it still haven't changes.

I have read the similar topic below and I updated my Emby to 4.8.0.8 Beta. But there are no changes yet.

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Hi, the problem is you can't have one library that's a subfolder of another library. So you have your movies library pointing to /mnt/public/media, and your music library underneath that.

Try changing the movies library to one level lower, for example, /mnt/public/media/movies

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7 hours ago, Luke said:

Hi, the problem is you can't have one library that's a subfolder of another library. So you have your movies library pointing to /mnt/public/media, and your music library underneath that.

Try changing the movies library to one level lower, for example, /mnt/public/media/movies

Thank you! It is really helped me. 🤝

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