M1llenia

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  1. Thanks for the info. I have seen several posts that said this particular handbrake docker does not support NVIDIA NVEnc. Is this true? If so, is there any way I can get Handbrake to use NVIDIA NVEnc in a docker? Perhaps a different docker image? I'm thinking if I can get hardware transcoding working on a NVIDIA GPU in a Handbrake docker, then I will definitely go with Ryzen, as the extra cores would definitely help, and I am not actually passing my GPU's to my VM's anyway, as I just use RDP to connect to them from across a network. Thanks once more for all your help!
  2. Ah, ok, thank you for clarifying. Looks like I'll have to wish for some upgrades for Christmas! Just curious, what is your opinion on Intel vs. AMD these days for unRAID? I have a Ryzen 7 3700X in my gaming rig and I absolutely love it, and am thinking of going with either another 3700X or even a Ryzen 9 if the financial gods are kind to me. However, I don't know anything about Ryzen CPU's encoding capabilities. Does AMD have something similar to QSV that works in this docker, and performs similarly (e.g, encode time, quality, and output file size)? I do use my server for some VM's, so the extra cores would definitely help. However, if in the long run Intel is better for everything else like Handbrake and other Dockers, I may sacrifice the extra cores for more all around stability and support. Thanks for your help so far, and thanks in advance for any input you may be able to provide!
  3. Is anyone else having a problem with Intel QSV? I recently began to encode 4K MKV files to MP4s, and the first time I ever tried it, I would get past the scanning phase, then Handbrake completely stops, saying there is an error. In the activity log, I have a line that says "Failure to initialize Quick Sync Video (Intel SDK)". Here's my specs: OS: unRAID 6.8.3 CPU: Intel i7-3770 RAM: 16 GB DDR3 No GPU (other than some cheap GPU for console output) I know that the 3770 only supports H.264 encoding, but AFAIK H.264 still supports 4K output. I can still encode 1080p, so that is why I bring this up. Is there some compatibility issue with my CPU and doing 4K encoding?
  4. I did this, and I am getting the same result as jginzkey. I have tried force updating, removing the container completely and reinstalling, I've also tried stopping all containers to see if it is a port conflict, and nothing. I am at a total loss for what to do.