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Localizar pastas na Rede para criação da biblioteca


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WilhelmVA

Queria saber como posso usar um servidor local como pasta / caminho de acesso aos meus arquivos de vídeo para da biblioteca, tentei localizar com uma opção de rede pórem ele não encontrado, e como sugerido tentei colocar o endereço, mas também não consegui localiar.

Eu criei esse servidor no meu aparelho android atraves do app termux e utilizei o rclone para compartilhar as minhas pastas no google drive, como não possuo e não pretendo fazer root, não consigo montar o drive na minha pasta raiz, mas consigo compartilhar em uma rede ftp / sftp / http / webdav / dlna local.

a ideia seria, acessar esse rede agrupada para criar uma biblioteca no emby, eu até conseguiri montar no app kodi, mas queria poder fazer o mesmo no emby, abaixo segue um exemplo/uma das minhas tentativas de criar uma biblioteca, no caso eu utilizei um servidor http, com endereço http: // localhost: 8080 /.

 

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cayars

Hi, what exactly are you trying to do on this screen?

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WilhelmVA
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On 6/11/2021 at 6:04 PM, cayars said:

Hi, what exactly are you trying to do on this screen?

I created a server on my android device through the termux
app and used rclone to share my folders on google drive,
as I don't have and don't intend to root, I can't mount
the drive in my root folder, but I can share on a network site
ftp / sftp / http / webdav / dlna.  
The idea would be,
accessing this grouped network to create a library in emby,
I was even able to mount it in the kodi app,
but I wanted to be able to do the same in emby,
below is an example and one of my attempts to create a library,
in this case I used an http server,
with address http: // localhost: 8080 /.
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cayars

A Library is going to need a local or network mount point that uses //servername/share/folder type nomenclature.

You can't mount to an HTTP or HTTPS device here like that.

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