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Acestream

Media ServersVideo

Acestream-engine To access it you can use the HTTP api as shown in their wiki: https://wiki.acestream.media/Engine_HTTP_API For example in VLC: http::8008/ace/getstream?id= Also you can create an m3u list and integrate in Jellyfin Live TV with the m3u tuner: EXTM3U EXTINF:0,EXAMPLE http::8008/ace/getstream?id=

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AirConnect container for turning Chromecast into Airplay targets This is a containerized build of the fantastic program by philippe44 called AirConnect. It allows you to be able to use AirPlay to push audio to Chromecast and UPNP based devices. There are some advanced details and information that you should review on his GitHub Project. https://github.com/philippe44/AirConnect For the most part this container needs nothing more than to launch it using Host networking.

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BELABOX-Receiver

Media ServersVideo

Belabox receiver-side (srtla, srt-live-transmit, srt-live-server and noalbs) in a single container.

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binhex-get-iplayer

Media ApplicationsVideo, Media ServersVideo

get_iplayer has PVR-like capabilities (like Sky+ / TiVo / Series-Link); You can save lists of programme searches which are automatically recorded when they become available so that you can watch them when you choose and on devices that cannot run Adobe Flash Player – even if you don’t have adequate broadband speeds or if your broadband streams too slowly at peak hours when you want to watch a programme.

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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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binhex-minidlna

Media ServersVideo

ReadyMedia (formerly known as MiniDLNA) is a simple media server software, with the aim of being fully compliant with DLNA/UPnP-AV clients. It is developed by a NETGEAR employee for the ReadyNAS product line.

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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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cabernet

Media ServersVideo

Cabernet allows control of IPTV streams. Plugins supports DaddyLive, Pluto TV, XUMO, M3U/XMLTV.XML files (SamsungTV, STIRR, DistroTV, Plex TV)

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channelsdvr_intel

Media ServersVideo

The Channels DVR backend engine with Intel HW transcoding support. If you need to enable HW transcoding, the easiest way is to install the 'Intel GPU TOP' plugin by ich777. If you don't need or want the HW transoding, when you are creating the docker container enable Advanced View by the toggle in the top right corner (it'll say Basic View until you toggle it) then remove '--device=/dev/dri' in the Extra Parameters section. Here is an explanation of the default mappings: Port 8089: This is the default port that ChannelsDVR listens on. Changing the port is not recommended. /shares/DVR : This is where the ChannelsDVR folder exists for recordings to be stored. The DVR folder in the Channels Settings would then be: /shares/DVR and you enter the location on your server where the data will be. Recommend: /mnt/user/data/Media/ChannelsDVR /channels-dvr : This is where the DVR application and configuration is stored. Recommend having this locally at /mnt/user/appdata/channels-dvr --device=/dev/dri: This is located in "extra parameters" (switch on advanced view) and passes the iGPU to the container so it can use hardware transcoding. Optional: Add in a mapping for your personal media, i.e. Host Directory of '/mnt/user/data/Media/Movies' with a Container Directory of '/shares/Movies' and then add that as a Movie Source for Local Content in the server settings.

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channelsdvr_nvidia

Media ServersVideo

The Channels DVR backend engine with NVIDIA HW transcoding. Here is an explanation of the default mappings: Port 8089: This is the default port that ChannelsDVR listens on. Changing the port is not recommended. /shares/DVR: This is where the ChannelsDVR folder exists for recordings to be stored. The DVR folder in the Channels Settings would then be: /shares/DVR and you enter the location on your server where the data will be. Recommend: /mnt/user/data/Media/ChannelsDVR /channels-dvr: This is where the DVR application and configuration is stored. Recommend having this locally at /mnt/user/appdata/channels-dvr --runtime=nvidia: This is in "extra parameters" (switch on advanced view) and allows passing through the NVIDIA graphics card to the container. Environmental Variables for NVIDIA_VISIBLE_DEVICES and NVIDIA_DRIVER_CAPABILITIES are already in the template, but you can change the 'all' variable for the device to match the UUID of a specific device if you have more than one. Optional: Add in a mapping for your personal media, i.e. Host Directory of '/mnt/user/data/Media/Movies' with a Container Directory of '/shares/Movies' and then add that as a Movie Source for Local Content in the server settings.

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dizqueTV is a Plex DVR plugin. It allows you to host your own fake live tv service by dynamically streaming media from your Plex servers(s). Your channels and settings are all managed through the dizqueTV Web UI. dizqueTV will show up as a HDHomeRun device within Plex. When configuring your Plex Tuner, simply use the generatered ./.dizquetv/xmltv.xml file for EPG data. dizqueTV will automatically refresh your Plex server's EPG data and channel mappings (if specified to do so in settings) when configuring channels via the Web UI. Ensure your FFMPEG path is set correctly via the Web UI, and enjoy!

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Emby Server is a home media server built on top of other popular open source technologies such as Service Stack, jQuery, jQuery mobile, and Mono. Bringing together movies, music, television and more in one dazzling interface. Directories: /config : this path is used to store Emby's configuration. /mnt : this path is used to add library locations to Emby.

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EmbyServerBeta beta

Emby Repository

Media ServersMusic, Photos, Video

Emby Server is a home media server built on top of other popular open source technologies such as Service Stack, jQuery, jQuery mobile, and Mono. Bringing together movies, music, television and more in one dazzling interface. Directories: /config : this path is used to store Emby's configuration. /mnt : this path is used to add library locations to Emby. This is beta.

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Fireshare

Media ServersVideo, Other

Fireshare allows you to easily share your media whether that be game clips, screen records, or movies through a unique publically accessible link. default username/password: admin / admin This software is currently being actively developed on. If you have feature ideas or suggestions please visit the GitHub project. Currently Supported File Types: mp4, mov, webm You can change the default password by setting a value for the variable ADMIN_PASSWORD. If you forget the admin password, change the ADMIN_PASSWORD to something else and restart the container.

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Floatplane-Downloader

Downloaders, Media ServersVideo

Floatplane-Downloader - Automagically downloads the latest videos from Floatplane and optionally formats them to be viewed in Plex. Both downloading videos as they release and archiving the entire backlog is supported To setup floatplane-downloader, you will have to edit the settings.json file in /mnt/user/appdata/floatplane-downloader/db https://github.com/Inrixia/Floatplane-Downloader/blob/master/wiki/settings.md Or you can read through the advanced-env setup to configure it only through container variables: https://github.com/Inrixia/Floatplane-Downloader/blob/master/wiki/advenv.md

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Jellyfin-vue-ssr

Media ServersBooks, Music, Photos, Video, Other

A modern web client for Jellyfin based on Vue. It relies on Jellyfin to store and manage your media. This version uses server side rendering for improved performance.

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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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Minisatip(https://github.com/catalinii/minisatip) is a multi-threaded satip server version 1.2 that runs under Linux and it was tested with DVB-S, DVB-S2, DVB-T, DVB-T2, DVB-C, DVB-C2, ATSC and ISDB-T cards.

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Nextcloud-multimedia

Cloud, Media ServersPhotos, Video

This is the latest Nextcloud-27.1.4-apache image with additional packages and plugins installed to support videos and facial recognition: - ffmpeg (install from apt repository) - pdlib (built from source) - bzip (built from source) INSTALLATION First install a MariaDB or PostgreSQL container. Changing their paths to /mnt/cache/appdata/... (instead of /mnt/user/appdata/...) will enormously boost Nextcloud's loading times! After that use the database's IP:Port and credentials to install Nextcloud. Optionally install the Swag or Nginx Proxy Manager container allows you to access Nextcloud from outside of your home through HTTPS (do not forget forwarding the Ports 80 and 443 in your router). Note: The proxy itself needs to communicate through HTTP (not HTTPS) with Nextcloud. INSTALL AND CONFIGURE NEXTCLOUD MEMORIES Install Memories from within the Nextcloud application and provide it the base folder for your media when it asks. Launch a console into the container and run the following commands individually: php occ memories:video-setup (follow the prompts) php occ memories:index INSTALL AND CONFIGURE FACIAL RECOGNITION Install the 'face recognition' app from within the Nextcloud application. Launch a terminal for the container and run the following command to initialize it (customize to suit): php occ face:setup --memory 1024M --model 1 From within the application, visit settings the face recognition settings and select a temporary file size. To kick off scanning for faces: php occ face:background_job UPDATES Nextcloud often needs manual interaction to fix database indexes. In those cases execute the following through the Unraid Terminal to fix them: docker exec --user 99 Nextcloud php occ db:add-missing-indices Sometimes this command is needed: docker exec --user 99 Nextcloud php occ db:convert-filecache-bigint --no-interaction

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The OBS with NDI is incorporated into the container and can be used to stream your desktop. With the latetest OBS version the is support for obs-websocket. The VNC password is 'headless'. You can connect with your own VNC client at 5901 or use the webclient at 6901

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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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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