can you show a screenshot? can you also use the image editor in the web app to check the images assigned to the music library? perhaps it is a backdrop there.
Also, can you locate the music file on your drive, and then walk up the folder tree and check the contents of the folders at each level to see if the image is there? thanks.
I might be able take a screenshot on my Roku, but first I need a zip file so I can sideload the Emby app to it. I have no idea where to find the zip.
The audio books folder is located on my desktop nested two branches down (so you have the container folder on the desktop, then within that folder is an audio books folder that contains the folders for the individual audio books). I have ON the option to see Hidden Files on my Windows 7, and there's no image that matches what I'm seeing. Just in case, I created a New Folder on the desktop and placed one of the single MP3 audio files that had been having the issue into that, and added a new Music library to Emby. Same error comes up.
Looking at the flashing screen on my TV, it doesn't look like there's an actual image there. It looks like lens flare fading in and out, and alternating with gray and black screens. I took a terrible video recording (you'll have to excuse my sigh of exasperation at the beginning), so if you want I can send it your way (it's only 11 seconds long).
Edited by macwillard, 12 December 2018 - 02:40 AM.