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Ye or ne
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>>99809619
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>>99809619
With all of it's flaws? ye
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I'm considering it.
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>>99809619
x b m c
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soon ye
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>>99809619
yeah, took me a while to figure out how to enable transcoding, and the hardware encoding on AMD looks like absolute shit.
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>>99809717
any hardware you recommend? I've heard i5/i7 with dedicated graphics is good value for this sort of thing.
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Yes, its pretty good, still has some querks though when it expects two episodes in two different parts but it appears in one part
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>>99809619
I respect it, I think its cool. But no, I have a lifetime plexpass. If I could go back in time, I might have gone with jellyfin... but it was complete shit or didn't exist when I got into plex.

I think of Jellyfin as a backup plan if plex ever gets full cucked.
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>>99809619
Yeah, I just haven't found any better alternatives yet and it generally does the job.
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Ye. Is good. Enable theme songs and backdrops globally and it fels much nicer.
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>>99809619
Ye
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>>99809991
At least you aren't an Emby fag.
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>>99809619
I used to use it, now I just use Stash
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>>99809619
Yeah, I do.
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>>99809619
I use Emby just cause I bought a license for it a long time ago. Jellyfin used to be pretty buggy, but it's probably better now. I'd definitely give it a try though if you're considering it.
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>>99809717
You don't want to transcode. Direct okay is far superior and less stress on your hardware, no matter the use case and specs.
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yes
it just werks
clients are kinda mid
it's not used for media management though, *arrs take care of that
I wouldn't trust it with that
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>get a remux
>90 Mbit/s of pure bitrate
>high quality
>as the artist intended it
>transcode it
you faggots are unbelievable. just direct play bro.
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>>99811153
Direct play*
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>>99811153
Most residential connections are asymmetric and therefore terrible for upload, so you actually do want to transcode to whatever you can sustain.
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>>99811175
Wtf are you on about. Are you uploading for your entire neighborhood or some shit, nigga?
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>>99811175
>muh internet connection is too slow
spotted the poorfag.
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>>99811167
This! Idk wtf these retarded zoomers are talking about.
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>>99810281
>bought a license
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>>99810230
Plex is shit for my use case because it ties licenses to users, not the server. I'm going to share some movies and other media with my mom and Emby/Jellyfin seem to be the better option for that.
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>>99809619
ye
i like
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>>99811153
I have a fire tv stick lite that can't play 4k. What now?
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>>99811289
>What now?
shove it up your rectum and get better hardware.
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>>99809619
bloat and doesn't work
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>>99809619
Yes, very happy with it, I run it on my NAS and my server
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>>99809619
Ye. It's great
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yeah, i run it on a passive jasper lake mini pc that also works as a seedbox, pretty much the perfect hardware for it as it runs on about 4w and the encoders work well
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>>99811167
Transcoding is useful for devices that don't support the original file
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i just use DLNA on my rpi4, works fine for all my devices, and is supported by my TV. No problem playing 4k movies/series.
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>>99811566
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>>99811566
Poorfag cope status
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>>99811891
>>99811908
I'm not byting new devices for all of my friends and family lmao, good for you if you have money for that though
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>>99809728
I'm using a380, works like a charm.
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ermm.. im trying to customize my jellyfin, but the browser favicon isnt changing
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>>99809619
been running it for years now, besides it being picky with the naming of files for its meta data to work its been perfectly fine. Recently tested out plex to see what the other side was like and was very disappointed. I wasn't a big fan at how the app is so centered on its own streaming and not your content. I feel like plex is more designed for some redditer and their family to use compared to someone with a massive archive of media already.
Will say the only other thing I found that I wish was better documented, is the fact that the web client cannot handle Remux's well due how limited browsers are. I had a very noticeable jump in image quality and stability when I moved to the jellyfin client vs the web client.
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>>99809619
Jellyfin library with kodi as client, jellyfin for kodi to connect the two, best of both. Central administration for metadata amongst kodi applications, I change sorting in the jellyfin db and it updates across all apps. Can still transcode if necessary (although not as seamlessly) and can still use the shitty jellyfin client apps if I really wanted to for some reason
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>>99811153
This.

>>99811175
You don't have at least 100 Mbit/s upload?
I live in Poortugal and at least this much is standard on any ISP.
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>>99809619
I'm using it, but it seems I can't use the share play thing to synchronize playback with other people.
Anyone got this working?
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>>99812653
Interesting, I didn't even think about this possibility.
Actually, I don't really care much about the metadata part of Jellyfin nor transcoding abilities. I've installed it mostly to have a web frontend to be able to access it from anywhere.
Am I doing it wrong? Should I just use Kodi and call it a day?
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>>99809619
I run it on my NAS and use the app on all my Apple devices including TV. Works great.
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>>99813633
>100mbit upload
try 1
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>>99811184
No, just trying to see a show with limited resources. If I had unlimited resources I'd just own the rights and materials to every show and have my own private theater at every city.
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>>99811908
>Yes goy replace your goypad twice a year
Imagine simping for the jew this hard.

>>99812479
Are you sure your browser is not just caching the old one? Ctrl+shift+R usually clears it for me
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ye
i like it a lot
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>>99813873
> 1 mbit/s
I didn't know we had many anons from African countries here, but well, yeah, in that case you surely will benefit from transcoding.
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yes, i use jf on a mini pc with Proxmox, i used ttek script for the creation of LXC. Work very well with film and tv series, I am not satisfied with the musical part (mp3) perhaps due to my library but still due to my needs.
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i use usb flash drive
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no, what's the fucking point?
sshfs anon@server:[directory to videos] ~/vids
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>>99809619
After I install it on my home server, yes.
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>>99809619
No but I might, I like to experiment with new things so I'll try to find a way to set it up on my PC and phone. how does one set up a Jellyfin server?
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>>99815977
Outside linux desktop, sshfs support sucks. Across long links and into slower downlinks it also sucks, even with compression enabled and removal of encryption.



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