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Jellyfin is a Free Software Media System that puts you in control of managing and streaming your media. It is an alternative to the proprietary Emby and Plex, to provide media from a dedicated server to end-user devices via multiple apps. Jellyfin is descended from Emby's 3.5.2 release and ported to the .NET Core framework to enable full cross-platform support. There are no strings attached, no premium licenses or features, and no hidden agendas: just a team who want to build something better and work together to achieve it.

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The Plex Media Server enriches your life by organizing all your personal media, presenting it beautifully and streaming it to all of your devices. It's easy to use, it's awesome, and it's free!. Please note you WILL require an active Plex Pass account, if you don't have a Plex Pass account then please use the free version, binhex-plex.

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Tvheadend is a TV streaming server and recorder for Linux, FreeBSD and Android supporting DVB-S, DVB-S2, DVB-C, DVB-T, ATSC, ISDB-T, IPTV, SAT>IP and HDHomeRun as input sources. Tvheadend offers the HTTP (VLC, MPlayer), HTSP (Kodi, Movian) and SAT>IP streaming. Multiple EPG sources are supported (over-the-air DVB and ATSC including OpenTV DVB extensions, XMLTV, PyXML).

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damselfly

Media ApplicationsPhotos

Damselfly is a server-based Digital Asset Management system. The goal of Damselfly is to index an extremely large collection of images, and allow easy search and retrieval of those images, using metadata such as the IPTC keyword tags, as well as the folder and file names. See https://damselfly.info for more details.

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This Docker will download and install jDownloader2. JDownloader 2 is a free, open-source download management tool with a huge community of developers that makes downloading as easy and fast as it should be. Users can start, stop or pause downloads, set bandwith limitations, auto-extract archives and much more... Update Notice: Updates will be handled through jDownloader2 directly, simply click the 'Check for Updates' in the WebGUI.

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Features Support for all types of photos including raw photos Support for videos Timeline view Scans pictures on the file system Multiuser support Generate albums based on events like "Thursday in Berlin" Face recognition / Face classification Reverse geocoding Object / Scene detection Semantic image search Search by metadata What does it use? Image Conversion: ImageMagick Video Conversion: FFmpeg Exif Support: ExifTool Face detection: face_recognition Face classification/clusterization: scikit-learn and hdbscan Image captioning: im2txt, Scene classification places365 Reverse geocoding: Mapbox: You need to have an API key. First 50,000 geocode lookups are free every month.

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Lomorage enables you to backup photos / videos from any devices to your self-hosted server, and intelligently manages these personal assets via AI. Run the Lomorage server at your home, download mobile client to save the memories, and enjoy the moments.

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mediagoblin

Media ApplicationsPhotos

MediaGoblin is a free software media publishing platform that anyone can run. You can think of it as a decentralized alternative to Flickr, YouTube, SoundCloud, etc. Default user/passwordUser: adminPassword: admin

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NZBHydra 2 is a meta search for newznab indexers and torznab trackers. It provides easy access to newznab indexers and many torznab trackers via Jackett. You can search all your indexers and trackers from one place and use it as an indexer source for tools like Sonarr, Radarr, Lidarr or CouchPotato. UPDATE: The container will check on every start/restart if there is a newer version available. MANUAL VERSION: You can also set a version manually by typing in the version number that you want to use for example: '3.4.3' (without quotes).

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PhotoStructure is your new home for all your photos and videos. Cross-platform libraries that you can move seamlessly across Docker, Windows, macOS, and Linux Fast, fun mobile-friendly UI Support for very large (250,000+ asset) libraries Support for almost all RAW and video formats (thanks to LibRaw and FFmpeg) Robust metadata support, including Google Takeouts, XMP sidecars, and sibling inference Robust image and video deduplication PhotoStructure is extremely configurable. See the documentation for details. Be sure to visit PhotoStructure's forum for tips, support, and to vote on what features you want to see next. We also have a discord! To import additional directories or volumes: click "Add another Path" enter a Container path (like "/photos") click Host Path and pick the directory you want to import click "Add", then click "Apply". PhotoStructure will find the new directory automatically if you leave the "Where else are your photos and videos?" section set to "Automatic", which is the default. Initial template by Spants (thanks!)

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Photoview

Media ApplicationsPhotos

Photoview is a simple and user-friendly photo gallery that can easily be installed on personal servers. It's made for photographers and aims to provide an easy and fast way to navigate directories, with thousands of high resolution photos.

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<h1> <em>Picthor.Io photo library browser</em> </h1> <p> <em> The goal of this software to provide a simple, fast and lightweight tool for browsing personal photo libraries. </em> </p> <br><br> <p> <strong>WARNING: </strong>Currently there is no authentication functionality, deploy with care. </p> <p> <strong>BETA: </strong>This project is in early development stage, expect bugs. </p> <br><br>

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Homepage: http://bpatrik.github.io/pigallery2/ This is a fast (like faster than your PC fast) directory-first photo gallery website, optimised for running on low resource servers (especially on raspberry pi). ✔️ Strenghts: ⚡ Fast, like for real ✔️ Simple. Point to your photos folder and a temp folder and you are good to go ⛔ Weakness: 😥 Its simple. Shows what you have that's it. No gallery changes (photo delete, rotate, enhance, tag, organize, etc), your gallery folder is read-only. Live Demo @ heroku: https://pigallery2.herokuapp.com/ BasicLogin. User: Admin Password: Admin

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Tired of searching for media on different torrent websites or paying for Usenet server access? Well look no further! You can now use PlexRipper to download "everything" from the Plex servers you have access to and expand your collection that way! Let others collect media for you and then just download everything!

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PlexRipper-Development beta

Backup, Downloaders, Media ApplicationsMusic, Photos, Video, Other

DEVELOPMENT BUILD - Latest changes are made here! Tired of searching for media on different torrent websites or paying for Usenet server access? Well look no further! You can now use PlexRipper to download "everything" from the Plex servers you have access to and expand your collection that way! Let others collect media for you and then just download everything! Visit www.plexripper.rocks for more info!

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This Docker will download and install Rapid Photo Downloader. ATTENTION: Please be sure to set the right source and destination folder on the server, otherwise the template creates automaticaly two new folders to your shares if not changed ('rpd-source-folder' & 'rpd-destiantion-folder'). Update Notice: Go to the Rapid Photo Downloader homepage (https://www.damonlynch.net/rapid/) and got to the download selection, rightclick on "Install script" and select "Copy Link Location" then paste the copied link into the "Download URL" variable.

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Photonix is a photo management application that streamlines the process of storing, presenting and re-discovering photos. Once set up it will ingest all the photos in your collection and start building up an image database of everything you could want to search and filter by. It makes your entire collection available to you, whichever device you’re using — as long as you can get to a web browser.

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Media ApplicationsMusic, Photos, Video, Media ServersMusic, Photos, Video

SageTV is an Open Source PVR and Media Player Configuration /opt/sagetv - This is the base directory for the server and other sagetv related files. Under this location there can be a 'server' directory and if the existing 'server' directory exists it will be upgraded. /var/media - Path for sagetv recordings and videos. Under this directory there should be (or will be created) a 'tv' directory where SageTV recordings will get recorded. /var/tv - Path for tv recordings if you want to store those in an alternate location. /var/mediaext - Path for extra media files. This can be whatever you want, but you will configure SageTV to look for videos, music, pictures, etc from this location. Permissions PUID - Should be the 'nobody' user for unRAID PGID - Should be the 'users' group for unRAID VIDEO_GUID - Should be the 'video' group for unRAID (used if you use PCI/USB video capture devices) Notes SageTV will need to use 'host' or 'br0' (set a unique IP) networking, so while the ports are defined, they are not required to be edited. Without 'host' or 'br0', sagetv will think your network clients are connecting as remote placeshifters, and present the placeshifter login. If using br0 mode (preferred) as the IP is unique the WebUI port of 8080 will not have any issues. If running in host mode, make sure you don't have other docker containers that are using port 8080. If you do, then EITHER change SageTV Jetty Port (in plugin configuration) after install, or, update the other docker containers to NOT use port 8080. On every Docker start, it will check for a new version of SageTV and install it, if it exists. You can force it to stay on a sepcific version by setting the Version in the template. The Version must match exactly the version tag from the github releases. There are Java 8, 11, and 16 version of these containers. Java 8 will be the default moving forward, but it currently has issues with the the /apps/ path in the Jetty Web UI. Container version: 2.0.7

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sagetvopen-sagetv-server-java16

Media ApplicationsMusic, Photos, Video, Media ServersMusic, Photos, Video

SageTV is an Open Source PVR and Media Player Configuration /opt/sagetv - This is the base directory for the server and other sagetv related files. Under this location there can be a 'server' directory and if the existing 'server' directory exists it will be upgraded. /var/media - Path for sagetv recordings and videos. Under this directory there should be (or will be created) a 'tv' directory where SageTV recordings will get recorded. /var/tv - Path for tv recordings if you want to store those in an alternate location. /var/mediaext - Path for extra media files. This can be whatever you want, but you will configure SageTV to look for videos, music, pictures, etc from this location. Permissions PUID - Should be the 'nobody' user for unRAID PGID - Should be the 'users' group for unRAID VIDEO_GUID - Should be the 'video' group for unRAID (used if you use PCI/USB video capture devices) Notes SageTV will need to use 'host' or 'br0' (set a unique IP) networking, so while the ports are defined, they are not required to be edited. Without 'host' or 'br0', sagetv will think your network clients are connecting as remote placeshifters, and present the placeshifter login. If using br0 mode (preferred) as the IP is unique the WebUI port of 8080 will not have any issues. If running in host mode, make sure you don't have other docker containers that are using port 8080. If you do, then EITHER change SageTV Jetty Port (in plugin configuration) after install, or, update the other docker containers to NOT use port 8080. On every Docker start, it will check for a new version of SageTV and install it, if it exists. You can force it to stay on a sepcific version by setting the Version in the template. The Version must match exactly the version tag from the github releases. There are Java 8, 11, and 16 version of these containers. Java 8 will be the default moving forward, but it currently has issues with the the /apps/ path in the Jetty Web UI. Container version: 2.0.7

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Media ApplicationsMusic, Photos, Video, Media ServersMusic, Photos, Video

SageTV is an Open Source PVR and Media Player Configuration /opt/sagetv - This is the base directory for the server and other sagetv related files. Under this location there can be a 'server' directory and if the existing 'server' directory exists it will be upgraded. /var/media - Path for sagetv recordings and videos. Under this directory there should be (or will be created) a 'tv' directory where SageTV recordings will get recorded. /var/tv - Path for tv recordings if you want to store those in an alternate location. /var/mediaext - Path for extra media files. This can be whatever you want, but you will configure SageTV to look for videos, music, pictures, etc from this location. Permissions PUID - Should be the 'nobody' user for unRAID PGID - Should be the 'users' group for unRAID VIDEO_GUID - Should be the 'video' group for unRAID (used if you use PCI/USB video capture devices) Notes SageTV will need to use 'host' or 'br0' (set a unique IP) networking, so while the ports are defined, they are not required to be edited. Without 'host' or 'br0', sagetv will think your network clients are connecting as remote placeshifters, and present the placeshifter login. If using br0 mode (preferred) as the IP is unique the WebUI port of 8080 will not have any issues. If running in host mode, make sure you don't have other docker containers that are using port 8080. If you do, then EITHER change SageTV Jetty Port (in plugin configuration) after install, or, update the other docker containers to NOT use port 8080. On every Docker start, it will check for a new version of SageTV and install it, if it exists. You can force it to stay on a sepcific version by setting the Version in the template. The Version must match exactly the version tag from the github releases. There are Java 8, 11, and 16 version of these containers. Java 8 will be the default moving forward, but it currently has issues with the the /apps/ path in the Jetty Web UI. Container version: 2.0.7

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Media ApplicationsMusic, Photos, Video, Media ServersMusic, Photos, Video

SageTV is an Open Source PVR and Media Player including OpenDCT: An open source digital cable tuner network encoder for SageTV Configuration /opt/sagetv - This is the base directory for the server and other sagetv related files. Under this location there can be a 'server' directory and if the existing 'server' directory exists it will be upgraded. /var/media - Path for sagetv recordings and videos. Under this directory there should be (or will be created) a 'tv' directory where SageTV recordings will get recorded. /var/tv - Path for tv recordings if you want to store those in an alternate location. /var/mediaext - Path for extra media files. This can be whatever you want, but you will configure SageTV to look for videos, music, pictures, etc from this location. Permissions PUID - Should be the 'nobody' user for unRAID PGID - Should be the 'users' group for unRAID VIDEO_GUID - Should be the 'video' group for unRAID (used if you use PCI/USB video capture devices) Notes SageTV will need to use 'host' or 'br0' (set a unique IP) networking, so while the ports are defined, they are not required to be edited. Without 'host' or 'br0', sagetv will think your network clients are connecting as remote placeshifters, and present the placeshifter login. If using br0 mode (preferred) as the IP is unique the WebUI port of 8080 will not have any issues. If running in host mode, make sure you don't have other docker containers that are using port 8080. If you do, then EITHER change SageTV Jetty Port (in plugin configuration) after install, or, update the other docker containers to NOT use port 8080. On every Docker start, it will check for a new version of SageTV and install it, if it exists. You can force it to stay on a sepcific version by setting the Version in the template. The Version must match exactly the version tag from the github releases. There are Java 8, 11, and 16 version of these containers. Java 8 will be the default moving forward, but it currently has issues with the the /apps/ path in the Jetty Web UI. Container version: 2.0.7

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Media ApplicationsMusic, Photos, Video, Media ServersMusic, Photos, Video

SageTV is an Open Source PVR and Media Player including OpenDCT: An open source digital cable tuner network encoder for SageTV Configuration /opt/sagetv - This is the base directory for the server and other sagetv related files. Under this location there can be a 'server' directory and if the existing 'server' directory exists it will be upgraded. /var/media - Path for sagetv recordings and videos. Under this directory there should be (or will be created) a 'tv' directory where SageTV recordings will get recorded. /var/tv - Path for tv recordings if you want to store those in an alternate location. /var/mediaext - Path for extra media files. This can be whatever you want, but you will configure SageTV to look for videos, music, pictures, etc from this location. Permissions PUID - Should be the 'nobody' user for unRAID PGID - Should be the 'users' group for unRAID VIDEO_GUID - Should be the 'video' group for unRAID (used if you use PCI/USB video capture devices) Notes SageTV will need to use 'host' or 'br0' (set a unique IP) networking, so while the ports are defined, they are not required to be edited. Without 'host' or 'br0', sagetv will think your network clients are connecting as remote placeshifters, and present the placeshifter login. If using br0 mode (preferred) as the IP is unique the WebUI port of 8080 will not have any issues. If running in host mode, make sure you don't have other docker containers that are using port 8080. If you do, then EITHER change SageTV Jetty Port (in plugin configuration) after install, or, update the other docker containers to NOT use port 8080. On every Docker start, it will check for a new version of SageTV and install it, if it exists. You can force it to stay on a sepcific version by setting the Version in the template. The Version must match exactly the version tag from the github releases. There are Java 8, 11, and 16 version of these containers. Java 8 will be the default moving forward, but it currently has issues with the the /apps/ path in the Jetty Web UI. Container version: 2.0.7

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sagetvopen-sagetv-server-opendct-java8

Media ApplicationsMusic, Photos, Video, Media ServersMusic, Photos, Video

SageTV is an Open Source PVR and Media Player including OpenDCT: An open source digital cable tuner network encoder for SageTV Configuration /opt/sagetv - This is the base directory for the server and other sagetv related files. Under this location there can be a 'server' directory and if the existing 'server' directory exists it will be upgraded. /var/media - Path for sagetv recordings and videos. Under this directory there should be (or will be created) a 'tv' directory where SageTV recordings will get recorded. /var/tv - Path for tv recordings if you want to store those in an alternate location. /var/mediaext - Path for extra media files. This can be whatever you want, but you will configure SageTV to look for videos, music, pictures, etc from this location. Permissions PUID - Should be the 'nobody' user for unRAID PGID - Should be the 'users' group for unRAID VIDEO_GUID - Should be the 'video' group for unRAID (used if you use PCI/USB video capture devices) Notes SageTV will need to use 'host' or 'br0' (set a unique IP) networking, so while the ports are defined, they are not required to be edited. Without 'host' or 'br0', sagetv will think your network clients are connecting as remote placeshifters, and present the placeshifter login. If using br0 mode (preferred) as the IP is unique the WebUI port of 8080 will not have any issues. If running in host mode, make sure you don't have other docker containers that are using port 8080. If you do, then EITHER change SageTV Jetty Port (in plugin configuration) after install, or, update the other docker containers to NOT use port 8080. On every Docker start, it will check for a new version of SageTV and install it, if it exists. You can force it to stay on a sepcific version by setting the Version in the template. The Version must match exactly the version tag from the github releases. There are Java 8, 11, and 16 version of these containers. Java 8 will be the default moving forward, but it currently has issues with the the /apps/ path in the Jetty Web UI. Container version: 2.0.7