Initial Setup

Jellyfin Is a Free and Open Source Media System forked from Emby's 3.5.2 and ported to the .NET Core framework to enable full cross-platform support. It is slowly becoming one of the great alternatives to closed sourced solutions such as Plex, Emby, and Kodi to serve media from our slots to you via multiple apps.

For more information about this app, you may visit this link.

In this section, we will detail the initial configuration of Jellyfin. This assumes that you have the following:

  • An Ultra.cc service of at least Tank tier or higher

Jellyfin First Time Launch

  • Your username for Jellyfin will be the username you choose when you signed up and the password you set during the install procedure.
  • Click connect to launch the JellyFin 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/Movies/ and ~/media/TV Shows/, respectively.

It is not recommended to use NON SSL connections as these are far less secure then SSL, which will function in nearly all cases.

Client Connection Details

Infuse 7

URL: username.servername.usbx.me
Username: Your slot's username that you entered during signup
Password: Password set for JellyFin as visible in the Control Panel.
Path: /jellyfin
Port: blank
HTTPS: Auto

webOS (LG TV)

URL: servername-direct.usbx.me:{jellyfin-port}/jellyfin
Example: myles-direct.usbx.me:1112/jellyfin

Username: Your slot's username that you entered during signup

All Other Clients

SSL

URL: https://username.servername.usbx.me/jellyfin
Port: Leave blank

Username: Your slot's username that you entered during signup
Servername: (e.g., myles)

Non-SSL

URL: servername-direct.usbx.me
Port: JellyFin Port Under Applications -> Jellyfin

Username: Your slot's username that you entered during signup
Servername: (e.g., myles)