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  1. 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
  2. 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.
  3. I'm still having trouble figuring this problem out. A better alternative to Recordings-autoconverter is Unmanic. It's available in CA Apps.
  4. can you send me a screenshot of the part of motioneye that has the wrong time?
  5. When you install it on Unraid it's set automatically but you can overwrite it with the variable "-e TZ="America/New_York"
  6. no that should be something else, unless you've manually changed it in the settings where the option "Container Path: /config" appears. I'm at a lost on what's causing this issue for you. The beauty of docker is that once the image is setup and works, you can put it anywhere docker is running and get the same results. If the Binhex container is working for you then I have no choice than to recommend it.
  7. Sometime is preventing the Krusader app from starting inside the container and the only thing I can think of that could do that is old/corrupt stuff in the appdata/krusader folder. In the log you're not getting the messages about the app starting [services.d] starting app... [app] starting Krusader... [services.d] done. ... ... ... ...
  8. I can't see the name from your first screenshot, but the default name (that should match the template name) is krusader lower case.
  9. This is a tough one. I started up a fresh krusader container on my test system with your settings and it starts right up. It's a long shot I think, but lets try to first remove the container by clicking the krusader Icon then remove. After that delete the folder /mnt/user/appdata/krusader. Lastly, once the folder is gone go back to the docker tab, add container, select template Krusader. Let me know if it makes a difference.
  10. Thanks, your settings are pretty much identical to mine. You are accessing the Krusader through a web browser using http://<yourUnraidIP>:6080 ? If you, can you also add the logs? The logs are available in the docker tab, white button far right.
  11. Please attach the settings for the krusader container from the Unraid GUI
  12. No, the process is completely manual. You have to map the comskip.ini and the folder containing the videos (example from previous post) and manually tell comskip what/where video file you want it to use.
  13. Unfortunately auto-comskip is setup to just do it's thing. Watch for videos files and automatically remove commercials. If you have the desire and command line and docker skills, you can do it manually with my other docker image djaydev/comskip. From the command line run: docker run --rm -ti -v "/YOURFOLDER/comskip.ini":"/opt/comskip.ini" -v /YOURVIDEOFOLDER/videos:/videos --entrypoint='bash' djaydev/comskip Using vprj requires a custom comskip.ini, so set that up and map it, replacing "YOURFOLDER" with where ever you saved your comskip.ini settings file. After running that docker command you'll be at a command line prompt to run a manual process of video to vprj. bash-5.0# Usage: comskip [-h|--help] [-w|--debugwindow] [-n|--playnice] [--zpcut] [--zpchapter] [--scf] [--videoredo] [--videoredo3] [--csvout] [--quality] [--plist] [-m|--demux] [--hwassist] [--cuvid] [--vdpau] [--dxva2] [--decoders] [--threads=<int>] [-p|--pid=<string>] [-t|--ts] [-d|--detectmethod=<int>] [-v|--verbose=<int>] [-u|--dump=<int>] [-s|--play] [--timing] [-q|--quiet] [--ini=<file>] [--logo=<file>] [--cut=<file>] [--output=<file>] [--output-filename=<file>] [--selftest=<int>] <file> [<file>] I've never used vprj so I can't help with the exact command(s) you'll need to use for comskip.
  14. dtctechs, I've added some downloads to uGet to test column sorting (I hadn't tried it before now) and I can't replicate the issue. I initially thought it could be browser incompatibility but it also works for me in direct VNC. Unfortunately the only suggestion I have is to delete the config folder and rebuild the container. The quickest way to rebuild the container is to force an update from the Unraid Dashboard WebGUI.
  15. Hi, The first half of the process is motion detection and it will be the majority of your CPU usage. Motioneye uses the application "Motion" to detect changes in the video. The more camera feeds, the more CPU usage and it's all software based. Once motion is detected and motioneye is set to record video on said motion, Motioneye either encodes the video to a new video codec or you can use passthrough to save the video in the original codec. Encoding of the video can be done with a hardware device if available and supported. For hardware accelerated encoding you must pass a hardware device to the container. For example, V4L2M2M requires a hardware device that's typically located at "/dev/videoX" and must be mapped to the container. I've only seen V4L2M2M with ARM based SBC's such as the Odroid XU4 hardware accelerated encoding (reference https://github.com/ccrisan/motioneye/releases/tag/0.42). Other options supported by motioneye are Nvidia's NVENC (requires a Nvidia GPU) and Intel's QSV (requires an Intel iGPU apart of an Intel CPU). Even though ffmpeg has options such as VAAPI (also GPU based), Motioneye does not support it. Here's the catch, even if you do have a Nvidia GPU or Intel iGPU to map to this container, since this container image is based on Alpine linux it doesn't have support for it. So to use hardware encoding I recommend you use the docker container that's created by Motioneye's original author, located at https://hub.docker.com/r/ccrisan/motioneye . It's based on Ubuntu so it's 3 times the size of my container. I haven't tested it myself (I use passthrough video setting personally) but I believe his container does support hardware encoding. As we mentioned once you install his container you have to map a supported GPU to his container before hardware accelerated encoding will work.