Emby Is a proprietary media server written in C# that organizes, plays, and streams audio and video to a variety of devices. Prior to Emby's 3.5.3 release (and subsequently Emby 3.6, which has since been closed-source), Emby's source code was initially an open-source project, with subsequent releases being released to their website are marked as proprietary. Jellyfin is the fork of Emby prior to re-license.
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In this section, we will detail the initial configuration of Emby. This assumes that you have the following:
- An Ultra.cc service of at least Tank tier or higher
Emby's First Time Launch
- Your username for Emby will be the username you choose when you signed up and the password you set during the install procedure.
- Click connect to launch the Emby WebUI over SSL
We provide two pre-created folders for you to populate your conent. The default names of Movies and Shows with the locations of
~/media/TV Shows/, respectively.
Why does Emby connect not work? Which port should I use in my Emby Client?
Due to our infrastructure, Emby Connect doesn't work because it's looking for Emby instances on their default port (8096). You may have to just manually connect under
manually connect server or a similar option. Listed below are the client connection details that you will enter.
URL: https://username.servername.usbx.me/emby Port: Leave blank Username: Your slot's username that you entered during signup Servername: The lw followed by three digits (e.g., lw123)
URL: servername.usbx.me Port: Emby Port Under Applications -> Emby Username: Your slot's username that you entered during signup Servername: The lw followed by three digits (e.g., lw123)