Emby Media Server

Emby Media Server brings all of your home videos, music, and photos together into one place and automatically converts and streams your media on-the-fly to play on all your devices. Install the server on your computer, download the apps for all of your favorite devices, then enjoy your personal media content on any device you like. 


Emby Server automatically converts and streams your personal media on the fly to play on any device.

Easy access

Emby Connect makes it easy to enjoy your personal media while away from home. Just sign in and play.

Live TV

Stream Live TV to any device, manage your DVR, and enjoy your library of recordings.

Mobile Sync

Sync your personal media to smart phones and tablets for easy offline access. Automatically sync new content as you add it.

Easy media management

Easy web-based tools help you edit metadata and images, search for subtitles, and more.

Parental Control

Specify parental restrictions for your children, create access schedules, time limits, and more.

Easily control content access for your children. Monitor and remote control their sessions as you need to.

DLNA support

Emby automatically detects Dlna devices on your network so that you can easily send content, remote control, and more.


Send videos, music, photos, and Live TV to Chromecast with ease.

Cloud Sync

Sync your personal media to the cloud for easy backup, archiving, and converting. Store your content in multiple resolutions to enable direct streaming from any device.

Download & Availability

The media server software is free of charge and there is an optional paid subscription for more advanced features called Emby Premiere. $4.99/Each Month (recurring); $54/1 Year; $119/One-time.

Other Media Server Solutions

Plex Media Server: another popular media server to organize, play and stream audio and video to a wide range of devices. The media server runs on Windows, mac OS, Linux, and FreeBSD, and there are clients for mobile (Android and iOS), Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, smart TV platforms, video games consoles and several others. See how you can configure a personal media server on PC here.

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