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  1. Im in Scotland and the reason I preface this article with that statement is because here the law on copyright isnt too bad. If you buy a DVD or other disk and you copy it, then it is not illegal, so long as the copy is for your own backup purposes. For many years I have bought new DVD's (and while some might laugh at that now with streaming etc, there is just something about a wall of DVDs on a rack) and copied them, then used the copy as the one to watch and put the original back in the box and stored away just incase. That way if the copy gets scratched, no big deal, I just make another one to watch. However, having two racks of DVDs has become extremely clumbersome so a while ago I constructing a rack mounted plex server just to fiddle arround and see if I could get it to do a chain of things in unraid for a number of different things. One of these was copying the files from the DVD to an ingest folder for it then to be converted into H264 for the purposes of compression and a more conducive format for playback across the network. I stumbled across the Tdarr project which was in pre-alpha at the time (big shout out to HaveAGitGat) https://github.com/HaveAGitGat/Tdarr Now Tdarr runs on pretty much every OS, but it also has a docker version which runs on unraid. In a nutshell, it watches folders you designated for new footage, then uses handbrake or FFPEG to convert to H264, H265 (which I am now using on my new plex server finished yesterday) and it really is as simple as drop and go with the files. With the recent introduction in plugins, it means that you can specify different folders, different plugins etc. There are also features for setting schedules, allocated resources to it etc etc. Tdarr was obviously designed for home video conversion etc and its still in active development at alpha leve, but from what I can see, this could be an absolutely MASSIVE programme for not just footage ingest for content creators, but also the post editing conversion for all of the different upload platforms. On that basis, I think it would be really cool to try and spread the word and maybe get the LTT community to trial the software, help HaveAGitGat develop it and of course, perhaps get a few interested people from the forums assisting with its active development.
  2. Did you find a solution to this because I am having the same issue with a ryzen 2600 with a aorus M board. I found that if I pull the NVMe (SN500 WD Blue), which should be compatible with this board according to the manufacturer, when I do that, it will post. I've updated the bios and still nothing. Would be interested if any of you found a fix.
  3. Did you find a solution to this because I am having the same issue with a ryzen 2600 with a aorus M board. I found that if I pull the NVMe (SN500 WD Blue), which should be compatible with this board according to the manufacturer, when I do that, it will post. I've updated the bios and still nothing. Would be interested if any of you found a fix.
  4. Sorry to jump your thread here but was hoping someone had found a solution to this. I have dram light (alternative with CPU briefly) on Aorus M board. Pulled all of the components one at a time, turned out that it wasn't a ram issue, it was the SN500 WD blue NVMe drive causing the issue. That being said, the drive should be working in the board because I have checked and it is compatible. Any ideas?
  5. Sorry, probably should have mentioned. I checked the drive against their QVL.
  6. Afternoon folks. I am putting together a media pc with the following specs and am having a problem. Aorus M B450 V1 MB 16GB (2 x 8GB) Vengence LPX DDR 4 Mem (3000mhz) SN 500 WD Blue NvME drive 4 x 8TB Barracuda drives (sata) The problem: According to the manufacturer, the board is M.2 NVMe compatible, M. The drive I have, the WD Blue SN500 is both B+M. When I boot with the nvme attached, the machine wont post and shows red "DRAM" light. When I take it out, it does post. I have already updated the bios (just incase). Have gone through the process of checking every connection on the board, reseated the processor, ram etc just to make sure. But it just wont boot. Any ideas folks? Is there some arsy option I have to enable in the bios? Cheers in advance Martin
  7. Having to build the rack case myself because I just cannot find one I like which has enough space for what I need, but vertically rather than front to back (I have a short depth rack). The choices are quite pathetic. So I am aiming to build a 6u short depth case which should allow me to go full ATX mounted vertically. Also gives a hell of a lot of space for placing drive caddies in rows down the front for hot plug and play (or just easy access).
  8. Will definately be AMD - I'm "one of them" who stuck with AMD. LOL
  9. Well from my understanding, plex has the ability to hardware encode, so might shove something video card wise in and pass it through to the VM, offload the transcoding to that. Although to be honest with you. I prefer to use Tdarr to transcode my video files rather than plex. That way all of the files on my drive are the same format. Which will actually be what one of the VMs are for.
  10. I had a look at the LSI 9201-16i's - seems to be exactly what I am looking for. Thinking about making the underlying processor something like a Ryzen 5 2600x, just not sure whether it will be able to handle running 2 windows VM's at the same time as plex in a docker and general dutiies of being a NAS. What you think?
  11. It's less of a NAS and more of a storage server, even though storage will be its primary function. Was thinking unraid which would allow me to setup certain things in containers but also to setup and run a few VMs if required.
  12. I am currently building a new case for a nas that I am looking to build. Overall system will have four ssd's in raid 10 for the OS drives and 18 mechanical drives. Looking for recommendations on cards etc that will support 18 mechanical + 4 ssd drives. mj
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