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jerthorne

This may be a dumb question. I've been using or at least trying to use Plex now for almost a year with the Cloud Server and there have been so many issues. I'm considering trying out Emby but feel a little lost. I currently have all my media content, including movies, music, TV shows stored in Dropbox. Is there a way to use this storage as a server, or how would I go about using something like this? Using a computer as the server isn't really an option. I'm just basically seeing what is possible at this point. Thanks for any help.

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Hi, we don't support fully cloud libraries at this point, but it's something we're interested in for the future. For now it would require running a local server along with dropbox mounted to a folder. thanks.

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jerthorne

Hi, we don't support fully cloud libraries at this point, but it's something we're interested in for the future. For now it would require running a local server along with dropbox mounted to a folder. thanks.

Would the local server include a hard drive with a computer? And how would I mount Dropbox to a folder?

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either a computer or nas device. for mounting, if you install dropbox on windows it creates a local dropbox folder that you could add to emby server.

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Bastino

Hi, we don't support fully cloud libraries at this point, but it's something we're interested in for the future. For now it would require running a local server along with dropbox mounted to a folder. thanks.

Hey I have a question on how to use the emby api. I am kinda new to it and was wondering if you could assist me with some help. I want to register a new user using the api.

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