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So I happen to have the new Asustor Lockerstor 4 NAS, with Intel Celeron j4125. Before I used to have a much weaker AS3202T though also with Intel processor. On both I usually use transcoding. However, since the hardware update, I am unable to use the hardware encoding on the j4125 CPU. Decoding works, however, encoding does not. Under the Transcoding I have enabled the following: Enable hardware acceleration when available: Advanced Preferred Hardware Decoders - [x] MPEG-2: VAAPI UHD Graphics 605 - MPEG-2 - [x] H.264 (AVC): VAAPI UHD Graphics 605 - H.264 (AVC) - [x] VC-1: VAAPI UHD Graphics 605 - VC-1 - [x] VP8: VAAPI UHD Graphics 605 - VP8 - [x] H.265 (HEVC): VAAPI UHD Graphics 605 - H.265 (HEVC) - [x] VP9: VAAPI UHD Graphics 605 - VP9 Preferred Hardware Encoders - [ ] H.264 (AVC): VAAPI UHD Graphics 605 - H.264 (AVC) - [ ] H.265 (HEVC): VAAPI UHD Graphics 605 - H.265 (HEVC) Transcoding thread count: Auto Transcoding temporary path: /tmp Enable throttling [x] Audio boost when downmixing: 2 H.264 encoding preset: medium H.264 encoding CRF: 22 Allow subtitle extraction on the fly: [x] As you can see, I am forced do disable the hardware encoders, as the video becomes extremely choppy, if played at all. As soon as I disable the hardware encoding, the video plays, but the encoding part of the transcoding happens with the CPU instead of the GPU. I tried to switch the settings from CPU decoding and GPU encoding, but no luck. I also tried to disable the subtitle extraction, no difference. Is there some known problem with the j4125, or is it just so "new" that it is not supported by emby or its ffmpeg? Any help is more than welcome!