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Unsupported Formats on Emby Server

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CarlosLima
Hi,

Where can I see the audio and video formats not yet supported by Emby Server?

I have in the collections several formats and some are not reproduced.

Thank you

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Luke

Hi there, can you please discuss some examples? Thanks.

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CarlosLima
Of course. I used only my Concert folder as a source and showed below some that Emby could not reproduce.

 

1. E: \ Concerts \ Coldplay - Live 2012 \ Coldplay.Live.2012.Bluray.iso


Message:

There are no compatible streams. Please try again later or contact your system administrator for more details.

 

2. E: \ Concerts \ Donna Summer \ Live & More Encore \ DonnaSummer.Video_ts


Message:

There are no compatible streams. Please try again later or contact your system administrator for more details.


 

 

I also noticed that some movies on dvd or bluray that contains disc menu, also do not play.

 

 

To be continued

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Luke

ISO's are not supported for transcoding.  They are only supported with direct play in apps such as Emby for WMC and Emby for Kodi, and Emby Theater Desktop with external player. 

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CarlosLima

Hmn, not even the Emby Server can reproduce such formats?

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Luke

Hmn, not even the Emby Server can reproduce such formats?

 

We do support them, when direct playing to apps such as Emby for WMC and Emby for Kodi, and Emby Theater Desktop with external player. 

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AgileHumor

Hmn, not even the Emby Server can reproduce such formats?

It can't support ISO since it typically has multiple video files...and typically a menu.

 

The direct play options Luke mentioned (ie Kodi) handle the ISO themselves.

 

Download "handbrake" to convert ISO video to a mp4 or mkv.

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