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  1. Hey Josh. While this did happen to me, my internet recently has been stable, so I haven't been able to replicate the base issue since updating, sorry! Thanks for taking the feedback, though. I'm sure it's a niche issue that will only happen to those with unreliable connections, or bad timing. Unrelated: Is there a way to force Unmanic to rescan/rerun through files it has processed previously? I had a bunch of transcodes fail because the location I was transcoding to became full - this lead to over 100 files failing in succession due to lack of space. Obviously this was a configuration issue on my part, and I've cleaned up space and made changes to my setup so this can't happen again, however when I try and have Umanic run through the files again, it no longer adds them to the queue.
  2. I had the same thing happen to me when my internet connection went down for a few hours this week. To fix it, once my connection was restored I had to log out and back in to Patreon to force the app to pick up my status again - which is quicker than restarting the Docker. I suspect that it would have fixed itself the next time it checked and my connection was working. It would be nice if the app was a little forgiving - maybe if it fails to get a response from Patreon, it doesn't immediately deactivate, but instead checks again the next day, and deactivates premium features on the subsequent failure. In my case I am fairly sure this was just bad timing, but for those with unstable connections this could be a quality of life issue.
  3. Hi, Amazing work on the latest version - I love being able to pick and choose plugins and options, and I think unmanic just went from a "nice to have" app to a "must have" app in my mind. I am still seeing errors processing files quite occasionally - specifically, I see the following: Filtergraph 'format=nv12|vaapi,hwupload' was defined for video output stream 0:0 but codec copy was selected. Filtering and streamcopy cannot be used together. Is there an issue with my configuration that could cause this, or something I can do to mitigate it? Thanks in advance.
  4. Hi, This docker works great for me, until I need to restart my server. Upon restart, the qbitorrent config is wiped and I have to set it up again from scratch. It's irritating to say the least. This isn't any issue with any of the other dockers (the usual suspects) running on the server. The /config path is mapped to /mnt/user/appdata/binhex-qbittorrentvpn as expected, and not anywhere weird. Nothing is going wrong with that folder - for example myovpn file is still present under the openvpn folder there. I see someone on a previous page reported something similasr and was asked if they had a cache drive - they never responded, so there was nothing further to read, but in my case, the answer is no, if that's relevant at all. I have a single disk array running on an SSD with no cache drive, since my media files are served on a separate Synology NAS (which this container doesn't touch) What am I doing wrong? Thanks in advance for any assistance.
  5. Hi Josh, Thanks very much for the excellent app. I've been using this for about a month now, with no notable issues. I do have a couple of suggestions - feel free to ignore of course, as I am grateful for your hard work regardless. 1. Allow us to prioritize files by size. If for example I have a mix of remux and h.264 files, I would much prefer to have unmanic process the remux files first, as I will get much more storage back more immediately that way. I can of course do this manually, but it's not super easy to manage the pending tasks queue and becomes a bit of a pain. 2. As a previous poster said, if you do develop a plugin to convert ASS to SRT, you will instantly earn yourself another Patreon supporter! I would very much love to see this functionality - it's always bothered me to see Plex transcoding subtitled anime when it shouldn't need to. 3. Add a Pause/Resume button to the web UI. I feel like it would be cleaner to pause from the web UI vs pausing the entire docker when you need your server's memory back for some reason. Thanks for the consideration, and for all of the hard work!