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Create live TV channels from media on your Plex servers, and more! Access your channels by adding the spoofed Tunarr HDHomerun tuner to Plex, Jellyfin, or Emby. Or utilize generated M3U files with any 3rd party IPTV player app. Tunarr is a fork of dizqueTV. **Nvidia GPU Use:** Using the Unraid Nvidia Plugin to install a version of Unraid with the Nvidia Drivers installed and add **--runtime=nvidia** to "extra parameters" (switch on advanced view) and copy your **GPU UUID** to **NVIDIA_VISIBLE_DEVICES.** **Intel GPU Use:** Edit your **go** file to include **modprobe i915**, save and reboot, then add **--device=/dev/dri** to **"extra parameters"** (switch on advanced view)

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TvhProxy is a small flask app to proxy requests between Plex Media Server and Tvheadend.You have to run this Docker Container as a seperate IP Address. This Function is supportet with UNRAID 6.4 Configuration Port 80: Must be export as Port 80 Port 5004: Must be export as Port 5004

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Ubooquity(https://vaemendis.net/ubooquity/) is a free, lightweight and easy-to-use home server for your comics and ebooks. Use it to access your files from anywhere, with a tablet, an e-reader, a phone or a computer.

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umlautadaptarr

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A tool to work around Sonarr, Radarr, Lidarr and Readarr's problems with foreign languages and symbols, like the German umlauts. Don't forget to update the URLs of your indexers in Prowlarr or directly in the used arr apps. Details are found in the documentation.

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Unmanic is a simple tool for optimising your file library with a highly customisable plugin system. Remove the complexity of automatically converting your file library. Simply point Unmanic at your library and let it manage it for you. Features: Manage multiple independent libraries of any media file type with a large range of plugins. Simple to configure - don't waste your time with hours of setup. Just get the job done with Unmanic. Support for VAAPI/QSV/NVIDIA NVENC for hardware accelerated encoding. Schedule file scans at set intervals. Configure inotify file monitors for your libraries. Link with other installations to share in distributed processing of tasks. These other installations may be on: This same Unraid server A LAN connected PC (including across subnets) A Internet connected PC behind a basic auth proxy Linux, MacOS, Windows x86, Armv7, Arm64 Advanced Configuration: LIMIT CPU USE: 1) Toggle this Docker Container template editor to "Advanced View". 2) In the "Extra Parameters" field, add "--cpus='1'". This value depends on the number of cores available to the container. To limit to 50%, set this value to 0.5 * n cores. If you have 2 cores available to this container, "--cpus='.5'" will equal 25% of that available CPU resources. To limit the CPU cores available to the continer, use "CPU Pinning" LIMIT RAM ALLOCATION: 1) Toggle this Docker Container template editor to "Advanced View". 2) In the "Extra Parameters" field, add "--memory='1g'". Unmanic can use on average around 100Mib - 500 Mib of RAM for various Disk IO tasks. Even though limiting RAM is unnecessary as Unmanic should not ever need more that 1GB RAM it is good practice to do so. Note: If you set your Cache Directory path to a tmpfs or RAM, limiting your memory allocation will affect the available RAM for the cache volume. NVIDIA GPU USE (NVDEC/NVENC): 1) Install the Nvidia-Driver plugin. 2) Toggle this Docker Container template editor to "Advanced View". 3) In the "Extra Parameters" field, add "--runtime=nvidia". 4) Expand the template "Show more settings..." section. 5) In the "NVIDIA_VISIBLE_DEVICES" variable, copy your GPU UUID (can be found in the Unraid Nvidia Plugin) INTEL GPU USE (QSV/VAAPI): 1) Install the Intel-GPU-TOP plugin. 2) Toggle this Docker Container template editor to "Advanced View". 3) In the "Extra Parameters" field, add "--device=/dev/dri". AMD GPU USE (VAAPI): 1) Install the Radeon-TOP plugin. 2) Toggle this Docker Container template editor to "Advanced View". 3) In the "Extra Parameters" field, add "--device=/dev/dri".

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VideoDuplicateFinder

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Video Duplicate Finder is a cross-platform software to find duplicated video (and image) files on hard disk based on similiarity. That means unlike other duplicate finders, this one does also finds duplicates which have a different resolution, frame rate and even watermarked. The GUI of the application is accessed through a modern web browser (no installation or configuration needed on the client side) or via any VNC client. Also, being based on Alpine Linux, size of this container is very small. For a complete documentation of this container, see https://github.com/jlesage/docker-video-duplicate-finder#readme

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Open source, self-hostable watched list for all your content (movies, tv series, anime, games) with user authentication, modern and clean UI and a very simple setup.

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A website-based platform and API for collecting Plex user stats within a set timeframe using Tautulli. The data is displayed as a stat-summary, sort of like Spotify Wrapped. Yes, you need Tautulli to have been running beforehand and currently for this to work.

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xteve, in docker with cronjobs docker runs in host mode access xteve webui ip:34400/web/ after docker start check your config folder and do your setups, setup is persistent, start from scratch by delete them cron and xteve start options are updated on docker restart.

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xteve_vpn beta

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xteve, in docker with ovpn docker runs in bridge mode IMPORTANT, if ipv6 is active in your network, set in extra parameters ...disable_ipv6=1 put your ovpn file in /config edit your ovpn credentials in /config set your LOCAL_NET to fir your netmask access xteve webui ip:34400/web/

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xTeVe is a M3U proxy server for Plex, Emby and any client and provider which supports the .TS and .M3U8 (HLS) streaming formats.xTeVe emulates a SiliconDust HDHomeRun OTA tuner, which allows it to expose IPTV style channels to software, which would not normally support it.OpenVPN has been added to the container to allow users who have issues with their ISP shaping IPTV to bypass the shaping using a VPNI built this VPN version to bypass my ISP shaping during peak usage times. In the evenings I noticed my IPTV channels were freezing and timing out. After some back and forth between myself and the IPTV provider I came to the realisation that its my ISP that's the cause. Hopefully it helps others out there as its helped me.ConfigurationPlease refer to my github repo xteve-vpn;

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YoutubeDL-Material is a self-hosted youtube-dl Server with a modern Material-based GUI and the capability to apply advanced configurations, like setting your own download paths based on rules. It is designed to be more customizable than the alternatives out there. It will also keep a record of already downloaded items. Enjoy! :)

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Automate downloads and metadata generation with YoutubeDL. The GUI image runs code-server with ytdl-sub preinstalled and can be accessed at https://localhost:8443

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Zoneminder is the top Linux video camera security and surveillance solution. ZoneMinder is intended for use in single or multi-camera video security applications, including commercial or home CCTV, theft prevention and child, family member or home monitoring and other domestic care scenarios such as nanny cam installations. It supports capture, analysis, recording, and monitoring of video data coming from one or more video or network cameras attached to a Linux system. ZoneMinder also support web and semi-automatic control of Pan/Tilt/Zoom cameras using a variety of protocols. It is suitable for use as a DIY home video security system and for commercial or professional video security and surveillance. It can also be integrated into a home automation system via X.10 or other protocols. If you're looking for a low cost CCTV system or a more flexible alternative to cheap DVR systems then give ZoneMinder a try. Configuration: Appdata Config Path - This is where the configuration and library files will reside Data Path - This is where events images/videos will reside WebUI Port - Port used to access Zoneminder using ssl security. Change the desired port for access to the Zoneminder WebUI if necessary. The default port of 8443 might not be appropriate for your system. Shared Memory - Turn on the advanced view and adjust the '--shm-size' in the Extra Parameters to half of your installed memory. zmNinja Event Notification Server Port - Port used for zmNinja events to iOS and Android devices. Change the desired port for the zmNinja Event Notification Server if necessary. The default port of 9000 might not be appropriate for your system. Click on "Show Docker Allocations" and confirm you do not have a port conflict with other Docker ports.