rmeaux

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  1. Well I may be wrong but the ones that have “nvenc” in their their title definitely need a Nvidia GPU to function. (?? or QuickSync CPU ??) libx264rgb is the same thing as libx264 but has RGB pixel formats as input instead of YUV. That’s from Google. Can’t give you more info than that. Not my field of expertise. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. One worker, one file. One file, one worker. Also multiple workers do not speed up your productivity IMO. Stick with one. Quality is great for me. Been a while since I’ve used handbrake. I could never get the same file reduction. I also don’t notice a diff between CPU and GPU converted quality. EDIT: CPU compresses/reduces more but I would be 100 yrs. old by the time it finished and my CPU would be a glob of lava. Try a few files. I have 10GB movies that dropped to 800MB. I also have 10GB movies that dropped to 9GB. There are a few factors that come into play with how much can be done to a file. unManic took my “Supernatural” folder from 1.1TB to 86GB. But it actually was increasing my “Friends” folder while I monitored it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk no
  3. My Sonarr V3 is setup with all my monitored shows on my 1080p profile. I have Preferred words in the profiles set to "Megusta - HEVC - h265 - x265 - 265" I only change off of the 1080 profile for an older series that is hard to find. I usually drop to my "Any" profile which still looks for 720 and 1080 and stops when 1080 is reached. If my downloaded file happens to not be 265 it still goes into my "/TV' plex path and that is the same folder that unManic watches. It converts it and everyone is happy. I then un-monitor seasons or shows that are finished to keep my dashboard showing what is relevant. I went read the above few post. What is the exact problem you are having? Is Sonarr replacing your converted files with 264's?
  4. It is explained in the second post on the ShinobiPro Support Thread. Also, (I know you didn't ask this but...) a Gpu can be assigned to a VM 'or' to Docker(s). Yes multiple dockers at once. And also to answer your question, you add the same parameters to the docker edit page as you would on Plex.
  5. I think I asked half of your question a while back.
  6. So I put the first 33 movies from my movies that start with "H" in a separate folder. I just opened my Finder and that's where I landed. Turned on unManic. unManic with HEVC-NVENC took it from 92.7GB to 31.0GB in less than 4.5 hours. I've averaged 50 to 90% reduction per transcoded file before so this falls in lime without NVENC. But it would have been days on my system via CPU only. The quality does not look any different to my eyes on my screens I use. YMMV. Also it didn't do all 33 files. It didn't like a handful of them. They were skipped. I just copied my wife's Criminal Minds folder which is 385GB to my test folder. I'll report what happens. Awesome work!!!!!
  7. I don't think so but is there a difference between hevc_nvenc vs. nvenc_hevc? I have both in my dropdown. Is it just a naming convention? I moved all my movies that start with a particular letter to a separate location and I will compare before and after results.
  8. Not sure what OS's you are on but I've done this with two unRaid boxes. I mounted my media shares in the unassigned devices plugin on the unmanic box and let it rip. My main server stayed cool and I let the unmanic server scream with heat.
  9. Replied to reddit post. I would look hard at the PSU. Sometimes it seems like a wild idea but I’ve lost hair because of it. had many drives red ball only to work fine in a HDD enclosure. New PSU and no more errors.
  10. Scroll up to February 5th, Is that what you're looking for?
  11. Do you have a piHole or DNS level blocker? If so try disabling temporarily. Few post in the near history about this.
  12. As far as we know, Yes. The creator/maintainer, I assume, lives in the southern hemisphere and has mentioned in November that he was taking advantage of the upcoming warmer weather and getting some much needed home maintenance and stuff done around the house. Mentioned a return to updates and bug fixes in Feb/March. He also mentioned for us to continue to submit bugs and request to Git in the meantime.
  13. Another stupid question. Is the file you are testing with already h.265 or HEVC? It doesn't touch what doesn't need converting.
  14. Stupid Question: do you have "scan at start" checkbox checked? By default it is set to 60 minutes before it scans the folder.
  15. https://www.linuxserver.io/donate or his signature or it was posted Tuesday, scroll up. 😁😁😁
  16. Not automatically but you can bulk edit right now and then proceed from there. From your movies tab, you can click on "Movie Editor" and then select the movies you're happy with and choose "Unmonitor" and update that way. I found it easier when I first started using radarr was to unmonitor everything and only re-monitor the few I needed or waiting on.
  17. Un-monitor everything that has downloaded at an acceptable profile to you. I only leave missing stuff monitored. Less clutter for you to manually monitor also.
  18. Haha, I'll learn something too. I may be doing this next week. I found this: Step 1. Go to tools -> system devices and look for the ID of what you want to stub Step 2. Copy the number that looks like this: 8086t:8d31 Step 3. Go back to "Main" and click on "Flash" Step 4. Add this to your syslinux config pci-stub.ids=8086:8d31 (replace "8086:8d31" with the number from Step 2.) Let me know if this is helps. I already have a P2000. Getting a free 1050ti next week for gaming. May be in your shoes.
  19. Use one like this or whatever flavor of port you have.
  20. /tmp is using the Ram as a temporary transcoding location. What do you have in your plex settings --> transcoder --> "Transcoder temporary directory" blank?
  21. I don't use Emby but I've read on here you need Emby Premier. Are you a premier member?