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  1. You know you can enable DTS, TrueHD an AC3 through FFDShow codec, right? Take a peak: https://gist.github.com/BenjaminPoncet/bbef9edc1d0800528813e75c1669e57e I just want it (hevc media) to be playable in lower end devices. To me if the device doesn't support hevc + hdr, it won't be superb quality anyway so any conversion should be fine. The web version of VideoStation will always convert any non-playable content on browsers into h264 as you said, since only Safari / IE support hevc, the video station server ignores h265 for web and always try to convert to h2
  2. That means that you're able to hardware transcode hevc/h265 through DS Video/Video Station?
  3. I'm on the same boat, but I have a J4105 (a bit newer, like DS920+) and my issue is not with the browser. It's that only Samsung Tizen OS TVs seems to support h265, because android tvs (sony, tcl, etc) and roku tvs (hisense) are not playing h265 videos at all. =( I think it's missing `hevc_enc` in that list. But I'm not sure if it would be feasible with a real syno DS920+ as I only have a real Syno 918+ (J3455 like yours). I'm even thinking about making a XPE 10600k and giving it a try.
  4. Are you guys able to hardware transcode h265 (hevc) 10bit? It was confusing to check if my J4105 (Intel UHD 600) was compatible or not because Intel doesn't clearly show it. But apparently Plex has the power to do it and DS video hasn't. When I check `/usr/syno/etc/codec/activation.conf` it seems to be missing `hevc_enc` (as encoder), but `hevc_dec` is present. Other thing I noticed is that only the latest version of Video Station added support to watch in-browser hevc 10bit but your browser needs to support it (so far IE10, Mac OS Safari, iOS Safari). This issue mig
  5. @IG-88 Have you tested any Rocket Lake iGPUs yet? I'm looking forward hardware based hevc (h265) encoding. I currently have an Asrock J4105-ITX but so far only Samsung TVs (Tizen OS) were able to play h265 through DS Video without issues, and I've tried some Roku TVs (tv brand: Hisense), some Android TVs (TCL, Sony) and Amazon Firestick 4k. I noticed that the updated version of the app on iOS is also not working anymore. I've setup Jellyfin for cases where DS Video is not an option, but it would be nice to be able to play 2160p hevc 10bit everywhere, but
  6. - Outcome of the update: FAILED - DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2.3-25426 - Loader version and model: Jun's Loader v1.04b (DS918+) - Using custom extra.lzma: YES - Installation type: BAREMETAL - AsRock J4105 + 16gb (2x8Gb) 1866mhz - Additional comments: I was postponing and postponing but after seeing everybody updating it and getting successful results I updated my home NAS to `update 3` of the same version and after reboot I can't find it on LAN and when I connect a monitor to it I can see the regular `Happy hacking` screen. So I have no clue why it's not working.
  7. I was able to get it to work and it's been an amazing experience, you can even control Docker containers through there. First you need to SSH (use PuTTy on windows) into your NAS, remember to enable it to your admin account under Control Panel -> Security. Then go edit `/etc/ssh/sshd_config` with vi/vim (or install `nano` with SynoCommunity package). Change `AllowTcpForwarding no` to `AllowTcpForwarding yes`. Save and restart the SSH service from Control Panel. Credits to: Alex Kalopsia at https://www.reddit.com/r/synology/comments/gvejuq/ssh_conn
  8. Did anybody get Ryzen APUs to work with Xpenology? Synology seems to be willing to get more AMD cpus into its DSplus line. I was considering the DS1621+ (has Ryzen Embedded V1500B) but it has no GPU (no hw acceleration for videostation), it would be awesome to put an Ryzen 4700GE (35W, 8C-16T with Radeon).
  9. I'm trying to use my NAS (DS918+) to work with VSCode's Remote Development (https://code.visualstudio.com/docs/remote/ssh-tutorial) but it seems that it doesn't have all the pre-requisites out-of-the-box (https://code.visualstudio.com/docs/remote/linux#_local-linux-prerequisites), right after I login on SSH it says that either `glibc` or `libstdc++` couldn't be found. Has anybody been able to do it or at least know a way of installing these libraries? It would be a perfect way of coding whenever I am. I know that there's the web-version of VSCode that I could host on a co
  10. I think it's publicly available right now at: https://prerelease.synology.com/en-global/download/dsm70_beta I was hoping to get Kernel 5.4.x but it seems we'll get stuck with the 4.4.x. =/
  11. Hi guys, I did a baremetal install of DSM 6.2.3-25423 using JUN'S LOADER v1.04b - DS918+ on my ASRock J4105-ITX without anything customized other than the basic config (Original SN and MAC, Sata config, thumbdrive PID/VID) and everything is working just fine but I couldn't find the directory `/dev/dri` but my `/usr/syno/etc/codec/activation.conf` has this: {"success":true,"activated_codec":["hevc_dec","h264_dec","h264_enc"],"token":"___"} Am I missing something? Do I need to use a Synology Login or install any specific app other than `DS Video`? As I run some specific media the cod