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  1. Anybody running into issues after updating. I'm getting this error and I haven't changed anything in a long time. Starting Chef Client, version 14.13.11[0m resolving cookbooks for run list: ["gitlab"][0m Synchronizing Cookbooks:[0m - gitlab (0.0.1)[0m - package (0.1.0)[0m - postgresql (0.1.0)[0m - redis (0.1.0)[0m - monitoring (0.1.0)[0m - registry (0.1.0)[0m - mattermost (0.1.0)[0m - consul (0.1.0)[0m - gitaly (0.1.0)[0m - nginx (0.1.0)[0m - runit (4.3.0)[0m - letsencrypt (0.1.0)[0m - acme (4.0.0)[0m - crond (0.1.0)[0m Installing Cookbook Gems:[0m Compiling Cookbooks...[0m [0m ================================================================================[0m [31mRecipe Compile Error in /opt/gitlab/embedded/cookbooks/cache/cookbooks/gitlab/recipes/default.rb[0m ================================================================================[0m [0mMixlib::Config::UnknownConfigOptionError[0m ----------------------------------------[0m Reading unsupported config value ‘listen_port’.[0m
  2. I second that. I've decreased my library size by over 3TBs. You need put a donate button in the app or something. [emoji16] Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  3. I was able to figure it out by@Josh.5 suggestion of running the raw ffmpeg command inside container. I got a subtitle error and remembered there was setting to remove them. I tried with the setting and it seemed to work. I'm not sure it resolved all the issues but it seems to cure the current issues I have.
  4. You could always get the subtitles from opensubititles.org and keep them separate from the movie container. I think the issue is when they are inside of the container and in a format ffmpeg can't convert/understand. I use Emby and Jellyfin for my media and they have the ability to download subtitles for you. They are usually placed in the same directory as your video file.
  5. FYI, I went into the settings and check the remove Subtitles box and it seemed to fix majority of the issues. I'm thinking ffmpeg is failing trying to convert embedded subtitles.