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linuxserver/emby.

10,854,025 40 amd64 arm64 arm

Build Information

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Docker Hub linuxserver/emby
Build Time 28 May 2020 23:05:04
Base Image lsiobase/ubuntu:bionic
Synchronised Yes
Stable Yes
Deprecated No

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Branch Version Built
beta 4.5.0.12-ls46 28 May 2020 at 23:05:04
latest 4.4.2.0-ls43 25 May 2020 at 10:42:30

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Running this as a container

Basic examples for getting this image running as a container

Docker Compose

---
version: "2"
services:
  emby:
    image: linuxserver/emby:4.4.2.0-ls43
    container_name: emby
    restart: unless-stopped
    environment:
      - UMASK_SET= # umask setting of Emby, default if left unset is 022.
      - TZ= # Specify a timezone to use (e.g. Europe/London)
      - PUID= # ID of user
      - PGID= # ID of the group to assign to managed files
    volumes:
      - /host/path/to/transcode:/transcode # Path for transcoding folder, optional.
      - /host/path/to/opt/vc/lib:/opt/vc/lib # Path for Raspberry Pi OpenMAX libs optional.
      - /host/path/to/data/tvshows:/data/tvshows # Media goes here. Add as many as needed e.g. /data/movies, /data/tv, etc.
      - /host/path/to/data/movies:/data/movies # Media goes here. Add as many as needed e.g. /data/movies, /data/tv, etc.
      - /host/path/to/config:/config # Emby data storage location. This can grow very large, 50gb+ is likely for a large collection.
    ports:
      - 8920:8920/tcp # Application HTTPS port (optional)
      - 8096:8096/tcp # Application HTTP port
    devices:
      - /dev/video12:/dev/video12 # Only needed if you want to use your Raspberry Pi V4L2 video encoding.
      - /dev/video11:/dev/video11 # Only needed if you want to use your Raspberry Pi V4L2 video encoding.
      - /dev/vchiq:/dev/vchiq # Only needed if you want to use your Raspberry Pi OpenMax video encoding (Bellagio).
      - /dev/dri:/dev/dri # Only needed if you want to use your Intel GPU for hardware accelerated video encoding (vaapi).

CLI

docker create \
  --name=emby \
  -e UMASK_SET= `# umask setting of Emby, default if left unset is 022.` \
  -e TZ= `# Specify a timezone to use (e.g. Europe/London)` \
  -e PUID= `# ID of user` \
  -e PGID= `# ID of the group to assign to managed files` \
  -v /host/path/to/transcode:/transcode `# Path for transcoding folder, optional.` \
  -v /host/path/to/opt/vc/lib:/opt/vc/lib `# Path for Raspberry Pi OpenMAX libs optional.` \
  -v /host/path/to/data/tvshows:/data/tvshows `# Media goes here. Add as many as needed e.g. /data/movies, /data/tv, etc.` \
  -v /host/path/to/data/movies:/data/movies `# Media goes here. Add as many as needed e.g. /data/movies, /data/tv, etc.` \
  -v /host/path/to/config:/config `# Emby data storage location. This can grow very large, 50gb+ is likely for a large collection.` \
  -p 8920:8920/tcp `# Application HTTPS port (optional)` \
  -p 8096:8096/tcp `# Application HTTP port` \
  --device /dev/video12:/dev/video12 `# Only needed if you want to use your Raspberry Pi V4L2 video encoding.` \
  --device /dev/video11:/dev/video11 `# Only needed if you want to use your Raspberry Pi V4L2 video encoding.` \
  --device /dev/vchiq:/dev/vchiq `# Only needed if you want to use your Raspberry Pi OpenMax video encoding (Bellagio).` \
  --device /dev/dri:/dev/dri `# Only needed if you want to use your Intel GPU for hardware accelerated video encoding (vaapi).` \
  --restart unless-stopped \
  linuxserver/emby:4.4.2.0-ls43