Access your server from any browser over LAN or WAN.
Click the large cast member images to reveal their background and other roles they played that you have in your collection.
TV Shows, click a season and choose an episode.
Emby will also organise your music beautifully too.
Emby is a sophisticated media server with much power under the hood. Providing your clients (computers, streamers, TVs etc.) support 4K and DTS then you will be delighted with the output of Emby, its features, ongoing development and smooth playback. Perhaps a little less user-friendly than Plex but that is presumably because Emby seems to give you a lot more control to make changes here and there. All that said, within an hour we knew our way around, and whatever we threw at it, it just plays beautifully.
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Nobody can match our obsession and experience when it comes to disc-to-digital home media solutions. That's why, when you book our service, you have the confidence of knowing Chris, the founder, will be taking care of it. Only the best will do in Chris's world, and the same can be said for his crew.
For Home Videos on DVD converted to MP4. Fully inclusive service.
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