The first album was found correctly and is found in the library. I can browse to the missing album and play it but it isn't in the library with the rest of the artists music. The album did come in at first but was missing 3 songs.
I to am having the problem with my library not updating.
I only use media play for music files, which I have a large number.
Yes you can delete the folder where your library is stored, let your media player library empty, then add the folder back which will then re-load the library with the new files.
However, if you have "add volume leveling" checked for your music files (preferable) then it takes forever for the library to reload for it checks every song of every album in your library.
Just need to see what the specific error is, in the Kodi log. Sorry xnappo The initial sync needs to fully complete for it to not start over next time you log back in.
Thanks, yes your log doesn't show anything interesting. Well keep an eye on things, but hopefully it is resolved.
The new movie wasn't there [and Kodi crashed, but that's besides the point]. Upon , and going directly into the Parents account... I enabled the option to show the sync on-screen from the Emby add-on settings, exited and restarted, logging in as "Parents"; the program started running the sync, but very slowly (it did not say "full sync in the pop up).
I cancelled the sync by logging off parents, and went back in... but I didn't have Emby debugging on and now the program is syncing every time I start.
I have a Windows Home Server with all of my music in the music share folder.
This folder is set to the default save location in my Windows 7 machine\u0027s music library.
Just need to see what the specific error is, in the Kodi log.