Good so we have some success. And thats interesting. Have you just replaced/changed the path of this library to the new mounted folder or have you deleted it and added a new library? And have you restart emby?
Can you test by dividing your library into a recommended folder structure like given in the emby wiki. I don't think there is a library size limitation. At least not something in the 400. I would think the limitation is based on the file system which is by NTFS not the file count in one subfolder, it's the total amount in the whole system and as far I remember it's something in the 4 Billion. However, a database has its limitation depending on its design. If there are too many entities, it will reduce performance but again I don't think 400 is the number.
Can you try this
- Move all movies into a different folder which is not indexed by emby. Create for that an another folder. e.g. C:\MovieArchive\ExternalStorage01\tempmovies
- Delete the "Movie" library in emby.
- Restart Emby
- Create a new Movie Folder, and use the recommended structure. Move all movies starting with A from the tempmovies folder into a subfolder "A" e.g. C:\MovieArchive\ExternalStorage01\Movies\A\Movietitle.mp4
- Add the root folder as a new Movie folder in Emby e.g C:\MovieArchive\ExternalStorage01\Movies
- Scan the Movie Folder and check if movies are added to the library. If all movies starting with A are added, create subfolders B to Z and add movies to those folders and scan the movie folder in emby. (right click on the emby library and click Scan library)
Make sure you have real time monitoring enabled as well.
Edited by Hiraka, 12 March 2020 - 04:16 PM.