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  1. Ok so everything is working fine, for that job it's not an intense demand on your GPU. That job is only using 64MB and a very small load on the GPU chip. If you want to see a larger load on the GPU, try a 4k video encoded to the highest quality setting (slide the CQ setting all the way to the right). That will use more memory and GPU chip load.
  2. During the conversion, open an unraid terminal window and type "watch nvidia-smi" and attach a screenshot here.
  3. When you start the Handbrake conversion with nvenc H265 selected what happens, as in does it give an error or does the conversion complete? If it completes the conversion, can you play the video?
  4. edit: those variables should already be there, but if not... In unraid, you'd use the docker tab, krusader settings. Using “Add another Path, Port, Variable or Device” at the bottom of the page, key is before the = and value is after the =
  5. you can change the variables DISPLAY_WIDTH and DISPLAY_HEIGHT. It's default to 1280x768, but for example I use -e 'DISPLAY_WIDTH'='1920' -e 'DISPLAY_HEIGHT'='1080'
  6. The touch command used in that manner just creates a file, in this case name "testfile.txt". You can use any file really. I was just suggesting trying that because if Unraid can do that action from the CLI, then Krusader should be able to as well or I hope. When I copy a folder from one place to another with the same name I get a dialog box that mentions "write into" or something similar and asks me to confirm. I also use a NTFS unassigned disk on Unraid and everything works great for me. I had hoped that I could package up this Krusader image and everyone would get t
  7. I think the user/group 0/0 should fix any permissions problems, but to verify I would try it from Unraid's CLI. touch /mnt/disks/{yourNTFSmounted-drive}/testfile.txt cp /mnt/disks/{yourNTFSmounted-drive}/testfile.txt /mnt/user/{unraid-share}/testfile.txt if possible try to use the exact same folders on the ntfs and unraid shares that failed in Krusader. If that works, it's most likely an issue with Krusader.
  8. I never seen that error but I believe it's a permissions issue. Hard to troubleshoot but check the user id Krusader is setup with (USER_ID=) and that user has permissions to both source and destination.
  9. The docker container image used is in the command, and is on the docker hub. No template though only CLI. Only does one file.
  10. Yes there is, I use FFmpeg in a docker container but it's not an easy straight forward process. I've tried to show others these steps before with little/no success. From the Unraid CLI: docker run -d --rm \ --runtime=nvidia \ -e NVIDIA_VISIBLE_DEVICES=all \ -e NVIDIA_DRIVER_CAPABILITIES=all \ -v "/mnt/user/videos_to_convert/:/input:rw" \ djaydev/ffmpeg:latest \ "-hwaccel cuvid -c:v mpeg2_cuvid -deint 2 -drop_second_field 1 -surfaces 10 -i /input/my_video_file.mkv -c:v hevc_nvenc -preset:v hp -level:v 5.0 -rc:v vbr_hq -rc-lookahead:v 32 -brand mp42 -ac 2 -c:a aac -b:a 19
  11. That's correct. Although, decoding h.264 480p/720p isn't that CPU intensive. Make sure you're selecting the nvidia codec in Handbrake:
  12. Correction, the original media makes very much difference to the high CPU usage. NVENC is only encoding (hence the E in NVENC) but decoding of the video is done by the CPU. It is possible to decode and encode with the GPU, but not with Handbrake. You can try using FFmpeg directly, but it's not for the faint of heart.
  13. What are the details of the video you're converting? codec, bit rate, etc
  14. I also have an unassigned disk formatted as NTFS. I've been able to copy files from the Array to the NTFS unassigned disk using the following settings. User ID 1000 Group ID 100 Unraid path "/mnt/disks/" mapped to Krusader container path "/unassigned" , Access Mode: R/W Slave
  15. I'm not sure of the exact differences line by line but I believe these two are both the same application. Both are built from Krusader repository at https://invent.kde.org/utilities/krusader.