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I literally just put Emby onto a new Asustor to try it out and I noticed it doesnt see any hardware decoder, is that correct

Here is a bit of the server log and attached is the hardware detection log

This is just a quick question right now Im just plazing around please dont spend lots of time 

2020-12-07 21:28:33.529 Info SoftwareCodecProvider: h264, libx264, libx264 Software Encoder, V-E-libx264
2020-12-07 21:28:33.529 Info SoftwareCodecProvider: hevc, libx265, libx265 Software Encoder, V-E-libx265
2020-12-07 21:28:33.529 Info SoftwareCodecProvider: mpeg4, mpeg4, MPEG-4 part 2 Software Encoder, V-E-mpeg4
2020-12-07 21:28:33.529 Info SoftwareCodecProvider: msmpeg4v3, msmpeg4, MPEG-4 part 2 (MS Variant 3) Software Encoder, V-E-msmpeg4
2020-12-07 21:28:33.529 Info SoftwareCodecProvider: vp8, libvpx, libvpx VP8, V-E-libvpx
2020-12-07 21:28:33.531 Info SoftwareCodecProvider: h264, libx264, libx264 Software Encoder, V-E-libx264
2020-12-07 21:28:33.531 Info SoftwareCodecProvider: hevc, libx265, libx265 Software Encoder, V-E-libx265
2020-12-07 21:28:33.531 Info SoftwareCodecProvider: mpeg4, mpeg4, MPEG-4 part 2 Software Encoder, V-E-mpeg4
2020-12-07 21:28:33.531 Info SoftwareCodecProvider: msmpeg4v3, msmpeg4, MPEG-4 part 2 (MS Variant 3) Software Encoder, V-E-msmpeg4
2020-12-07 21:28:33.531 Info SoftwareCodecProvider: vp8, libvpx, libvpx VP8, V-E-libvpx
2020-12-07 21:28:33.542 Info VaapiCodecProvider: ProcessRun 'ffdetect_vaencdec' Execute: /usr/local/AppCentral/emby-server/bin/ffdetect -hide_banner -show_program_version -loglevel 48 -show_error -show_log 40 vaencdec -print_format json 
2020-12-07 21:28:33.544 Info VaapiCodecProvider: ProcessRun 'ffdetect_vaencdec' Process exited with code 0
2020-12-07 21:28:33.623 Info QuickSyncCodecProvider: ProcessRun 'ffdetect_qsvencdec' Execute: /usr/local/AppCentral/emby-server/bin/ffdetect -hide_banner -show_program_version -loglevel 48 -show_error -show_log 40 qsvencdec -print_format json 
2020-12-07 21:28:33.627 Info QuickSyncCodecProvider: ProcessRun 'ffdetect_qsvencdec' Process exited with code 0
2020-12-07 21:28:33.682 Info NvidiaCodecProvider: ProcessRun 'ffdetect_nvencdec' Execute: /usr/local/AppCentral/emby-server/bin/ffdetect -hide_banner -show_program_version -loglevel 48 -show_error -show_log 40 nvencdec -print_format json 
2020-12-07 21:28:33.684 Info NvidiaCodecProvider: ProcessRun 'ffdetect_nvencdec' Process exited with code 1

hardware_detection-63742978511.txt

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On 12/10/2020 at 4:15 PM, scb99 said:

Sorry I thought the extract from the server lg would be enough

i‘ll post the whole thing tomorrow

thanks a lot

That would be great, thanks.

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Hi Luke

Here are the logs. Many thanks for looking, I really appreciate your time.

But in the meantime here also is the output from lspci and I see Intel Sky Lake

03:00.0 Class Non-Volatile memory controller: Samsung Electronics Co Ltd:unknown device a808
00:17.0 Class SATA controller: Intel Corporation:unknown device a352
00:1c.0 Class PCI bridge: Intel Corporation:unknown device a338
00:1b.6 Class PCI bridge: Intel Corporation:unknown device a32e
00:08.0 Class System peripheral: Intel Corporation:Sky Lake Gaussian Mixture Model
09:00.0 Class Ethernet controller: unknown vendor 1d6a:unknown device 12b1
00:1f.0 Class ISA bridge: Intel Corporation:unknown device a309
00:1b.4 Class PCI bridge: Intel Corporation:unknown device a32c
02:00.0 Class Non-Volatile memory controller: Samsung Electronics Co Ltd:unknown device a808
00:01.0 Class PCI bridge: Intel Corporation:Sky Lake PCIe Controller (x16)
0b:00.0 Class Ethernet controller: unknown vendor 1d6a:unknown device 07b1
08:00.0 Class Ethernet controller: unknown vendor 1d6a:unknown device 12b1
00:1b.2 Class PCI bridge: Intel Corporation:unknown device a342
00:16.0 Class Communication controller: Intel Corporation:unknown device a360
00:1b.0 Class PCI bridge: Intel Corporation:unknown device a340
0a:00.0 Class Ethernet controller: unknown vendor 1d6a:unknown device 12b1
00:1f.5 Class Class unknown class 0c80: : Intel Corporation:unknown device a324
07:00.0 Class SATA controller: ASMedia Technology Inc.:ASM1062 Serial ATA Controller
00:1f.3 Class Audio device: Intel Corporation:unknown device a348
00:00.0 Class Host bridge: Intel Corporation:unknown device 3e33
00:1c.1 Class PCI bridge: Intel Corporation:unknown device a339
00:1b.7 Class PCI bridge: Intel Corporation:unknown device a32f
00:12.0 Class Signal processing controller: Intel Corporation:unknown device a379
06:00.0 Class SATA controller: ASMedia Technology Inc.:ASM1062 Serial ATA Controller
00:1b.5 Class PCI bridge: Intel Corporation:unknown device a32d
05:00.0 Class SATA controller: ASMedia Technology Inc.:ASM1062 Serial ATA Controller
00:14.2 Class RAM memory: Intel Corporation:unknown device a36f
00:1c.4 Class PCI bridge: Intel Corporation:unknown device a33c
04:00.0 Class SATA controller: ASMedia Technology Inc.:ASM1062 Serial ATA Controller
00:14.0 Class USB controller: Intel Corporation:unknown device a36d
00:1f.4 Class SMBus: Intel Corporation:unknown device a323
00:1c.2 Class PCI bridge: Intel Corporation:unknown device a33a

 

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On 12/9/2020 at 1:03 AM, scb99 said:

@Luke can I just ask if Ive understood the log correctly and Emby doesnt see any hardware accrleration there? Tx very much

Yes, that's exactly correct.

I'm not really familiar with that device, what CPU does it have?

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In the meantime I got the spec and though it has Intel chipset there‘s no GPU, so sw transcoding is correct

VERY sorry to have wasted your time

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7 minutes ago, scb99 said:

In the meantime I got the spec and though it has Intel chipset there‘s no GPU, so sw transcoding is correct

VERY sorry to have wasted your time

You're welcome. At least it's been an occasion to refresh our internal check-list for such cases 😉 

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