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  1. This could be an upstream issue, but I would like some assistance on this issue i'm getting. I see the following error in the container log when trying to generate a LE certificate; Failed authorization procedure. files.EXAMPLE.COM (http-01): urn:acme:error:unauthorized :: The client lacks sufficient authorization :: Invalid response from http://files.EXAMPLE.COM/.well-known/acme-challenge/W_MfE8aFBmUUTf_oyaosqnvg1BWnrO7HWocn-fKeGeQ: "<!DOCTYPE html>\n<!--[if lt IE 7]> <html class=\"no-js ie6 oldie\" lang=\"en-US\"> <![endif]-->\n<!--[if IE 7]> <html class=\"no-js " I have verified the following: The domain points to the correct IP. Ports 80 and 443 are open according to Ports 80 and 443 are forwarded to ports 1880 and 18443 on UNRAID IP. I'm using Cloudflare as DNS provider. This used to work fine a few months ago. Could anyone suggest further troubleshooting steps? EDIT: Fixed it! Make sure to disable "Always Use HTTPS" and "Automatic HTTPS Rewrites" in Cloudflare. I can now generate LE certificates without issues.
  2. Converting all existing videos. Archiving Tv shows in HEVC format to save some space.
  3. Sorry for the late reply; If i leave the automated download handling on, then sonarr will move the completed video file to the TV shows folder. (At least with the transmission download client) So then it would bypass the handbrake watch folder. And it is indeed not an issue for plex, but it could be annoying to search for a movie and not find it in plex only to find out that it is still in the watch folder with a 1000 other movies. Oh and I just thought of this, but if this container would move the video file inside the container (tmpfs) before encoding it, then we would avoid having 2 hosts encoding the same file .
  4. I'm not sure either if it is the right solution. The upsides that i think of are is that you dont need to turn off completed download handling in Sonarr & Radarr. Also movies and TV shows wouldn't disappear from Plex if they were moved to a different folder because files wouldnt need to be moved around at all If overwriting the source file would be implemented then i would happily test it. Anyway, Thank you for your Handbrake container ?
  5. It would boil down to having the container overwrite the source videos. The goal would be to eliminate the need to manually move videos in the watch folder. If the videos won't have to be moved to a seperate watch folder, then the videos won't disappear on Plex/Sonarr/Radarr and the likes. Like handbrake would process a video to a temporary folder and once its done with the video it would overwrite the source video. Once done, the container would know that it has processed the video and would check for new unprocessed videos in the folder. Sonnar/Radarr would take care of new videos in the /Old_TV_Shows/ folder. Do you have a donation link?
  6. I have a request i would like to make. I'd like to have the watch folder and the output folder be same. That way we wouldn't have to manually move videos in the watch folder. In order to achieve this the output files would need to be written to a temporary folder and then overwrite the source file. After that the output file should go on the successful conversions list. This way we would be able to point this container to a folder like /Old_TV_Shows/ and then let the container do it's magic without any further user interaction. Thanks for the awesome container!