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  1. For sure, when I do the migration, I'll post an update in this thread.
  2. That's what I'm using as well. I noticed the same thing - it hasn't been updated for a long time. There is another Octoprint docker in Community Apps that seems to be frequently updated. I plan to migrate over, but haven't had the time to do it. You can update all of the plugins EXCEPT for Octoprint itself. That will blow everything up, as you saw.
  3. The plugin has no GUI. Command line only.
  4. I recommend you use the plugin instead. I've given up on trying to get the Docker to work properly. It's also no longer being maintained while the plugin is.
  5. My entire library is in HEVC. I use Infuse on Apple TV and have no issues playing them. I also tried the Jellyfin app on the iPhone, which also has no problem playing them. But for some reason, Jellyfin app activates transcoding even though my phone is capable of decoding HEVC in hardware. Infuse will always direct stream the video if the client has the hardware to decode the codec though (which Apple TV does).
  6. My understanding is that if the Jellyfin app determines that you can play the video without transcoding (i.e. Direct Streaming), it will prefer that to transcoding.
  7. I don't have an answer to your question, but how did you get that output?
  8. Probably doesn't help you, but I don't have this issue with Infuse + Apple TV.
  9. Yep, it's super unintuitive. You can also see if transcoding is working by going into your Admin Dashboard. Any streams will show up there, along with transcoding info, if any.
  10. Try setting Hardware Acceleration to "VAAPI" instead of "Intel Quick Sync".
  11. Hooray! Dashboard widget no longer blinks
  12. Well, I'm out of ideas. I would try the Jellyfin forum as well, if you haven't already.
  13. What format is your video file in? Have you tried a different video file to see if anything changes?