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  1. Thanks for your help. I'm using the latest version of the container. I tried different containers but they all seem to be affected. Is there any way I could update ffmpeg inside a docker container? Okay, I will try to get help from the tvh forum. Edit: You might be right. There could be a bug. I used the 4.2-release version now and it works without any problem.
  2. Hello I have a little question. Does the container have the latest ffmpeg version? It seems that I have some trouble transcoding some .ts services with the docker container. It gives me an error like this "[h264 => libx264]: filters: failed to create 'in' filter" but only on some channels. Would it be possible to compile it with the latest ffmpeg version if it isn't yet? Thanks in advance.
  3. Yes I hope to get it working and in some way I got it working but the web gui won‘t load cause its always reloading like a loop.
  4. I know you meant HTSP. But i thought that if I use a transcoded stream it would not use the 9982 port. As far as I know the Apple TV is only capable of VPN over (DNS Servers?). Opening ports without Protection is no option.
  5. Hmm... okay so what would be my options to stream Tvheadend with https? Streaming through vpn is not an option in this case cause I would like to use my apple tv to remote connect and its not able to vpn...
  6. Hey everyone, I have a question. I'm using this docker container and everything is working great. Now I tried to setup tvheadend with an nginx reverse proxy. I know that I have to change the --http_root and did that. The Server is now running local on x.x.x.x:9981/tvh. Now I added the nginx server bracket location ^~ /tvh { proxy_pass http://x.x.x.x:9981; proxy_set_header Host $host; proxy_set_header X-Real-IP $remote_addr; proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for; } I can now get to the tvheadend webui but its only loading the header and is always reloading