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Add-ons

There are two Kodi add-ons that will let you integrate your Emby server with Kodi.

One of your options is to install the EmbyCon Kodi add-on, this add-on enables you to play back your media from your Emby server in Kodi. There are some installation and usage videos as well as tips and FAQs on the following page.

Information on the EmbyCon Kodi add-on

Another option is using the Emby for Kodi add-on, this add-on can also sync you media into to the local Kodi DB.

Information on the Kodi for Emby add-on

Installing

Because these add-ons are not available in the default built in Kodi add-on repository there are two steps to installing an add-ons.
  1. Download and install the add-ons project repository
  2. From the repository install the add-on you want

There are also two main release streams:

Beta
Frequent releases but may be unstable, contains all the latest changes and fixes:
repository.beta.emby.kodi-(version).zip

Stable
Less frequent releases but should be more stable and prone to breaking changes:
repository.emby.kodi-(version).zip

Step One : Repository Installation

You have two install options for installing the project repository. Both will get you up and running, however option two can be done entirely inside Kodi so it best suited for situations where Kodi is installed on a device that you do not have access to download or copy files.

Option One - Direct download and install

With this approach you download the repo zip and install it directly.

Option Two - Side load from HTTPS source

This is the best and sometimes only option for standalone devices like the Amazon Fire TV Stick and the Nvidia Shield.

With this approach you need to add a HTTPS source that points to this address https://kodi.emby.tv and then use that source to install the repo.

First setup the HTTPS source

Protocol:Web server directory (HTTPS)
Server address:kodi.emby.tv

Step Two : Add-on Installation

Now you have the project repository installed you can install the add-on: