Please could you suggest me a guide to compile ffmpeg my own on a raspberry pi2?Tdi-Me wrote:Well, I am not really familiar with plex, i run emby myself. I have found that having movies in mp4 format helps greatly and i compiled ffmpeg ( its what emby uses a lot for playback ) to support hardware acceleration and it runs just fine even over my vpn by remote.
You have to configure an NFS share or SMB share from you nas and check on google "how to mount permanently samba share on raspberry"supertopix wrote: ↑Wed Jul 19, 2017 3:00 pmHi from Italy.
Using Raspbian and a useful online tutorial, yesterday I was able to set a Plex Server with my RPi 2.
I can reach it using my browser (myip:32400/web) and I can see the Plex Web UI.
The issue is that I store all my media on a Nas. How can I "mount" (or "map") those folders? The only option I get from Plex is my RPi itself and its subfolders...
Is there any command line useful to tell the server to connect to my nas, always and forever?
Sorry for my english and thank you very much for your attention.
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