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Daniel Szymanek
@danekszy
also I think some vid formats are restricted to hevc
Michael Mayer
@lastzero
Depends, JPEG is not too bad - despite the age
Daniel Szymanek
@danekszy
formats meaning res, framerate etc
Michael Mayer
@lastzero
WEBP had worse quality at same file size initially
they only improved later
Daniel Szymanek
@danekszy
i think mozjpeg also had an advantage in encoding at some point
Michael Mayer
@lastzero
Also bad standardization from what I know
Tech giants simply want to lock you into their own formats
Daniel Szymanek
@danekszy
also: itunes aac codec is better than nero's, which is better than ffmpeg :P
Michael Mayer
@lastzero
For video, codecs matter much more... as they are much larger... my RAWs are always much larger than any JPEG can be, even with best quality.
Simply doesn't matter if you go for quality anyway.
Storage is cheap as well.
Midnight over here... taking a break now :D
Daniel Szymanek
@danekszy
good night, will bother you some other time :P
spupuz
@spupuz
@lastzero does webdav copy to import folder trigger automatically and import now?
Theresa Gresch
@graciousgrey
Yes, it does
Michael Mayer
@lastzero
It should, yes. Unless you restart PhotoPrism before the safety delay.
In that case, trigger an manual index / import after restarting.
Manual file system changes (without WebDAV) also won't trigger it.
Just tested auto indexing with PhotoSync. Works just fine.
Michael Mayer
@lastzero
If anything, there may be issues with auto import - which I didn't test today.
It uses the same copy / move setting as selected in the UI in Library > Import
@graciousgrey Can you test this again using our latest preview build?
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Reduce the safety delay as needed - the default of 15 minutes may be too long for some users. See config options in our docs.
There might also be edge cases where index AND import are triggered at the same time - which is not possible. So one may be canceled, depending on which runs first.
spupuz
@spupuz
ok so i'll leave a one day crontab to import anything that is not autoimported :)
you guys, and girls :P are doing a wonderful job!!! :)
preview functionalities are enabled only with patreon or can be unlocked also with a one time donation?
Michael Mayer
@lastzero
The preview build can be used by everyone, only permanent delete and dark themes are early-access for now: If you're a contributor or sponsor and don't know how to enable it -> email to hello@photoprism.app :sparkles:
Michael Mayer
@lastzero
@spupuz We welcome one-time donations as well if you don't like monthly payments :)
Timo
@ntimo
Just looked at the Roadmap, and saw that the facial recognition is in development can't wait for it. I am super exited :O
Michael Mayer
@lastzero
Development starts after getting the next update out of the door, see preview šŸ³
spupuz
@spupuz

@spupuz We welcome one-time donations as well if you don't like monthly payments :)

how can i make a donation?

Theresa Gresch
@graciousgrey
Michael Mayer
@lastzero
Here's our PayPal link: https://www.paypal.me/photoprism :heart:
Just pushed a ton of improvements for dates and time zones - preview build is running
Thomas
@thomaseizinger:matrix.org
[m]
@lastzero I am having some issues with transcoding time of longer videos on my raspberry pi 4. Is there something I can do to speed this up or get some kind of UI feedback how much longer one has to wait before the video starts streaming?
Thomas
@thomaseizinger:matrix.org
[m]
To put some numbers here, trying to watch a 40mb video is over a minute of wait time. My guess would be that ffmpeg is not using any hardware acceleration. Can I configure the codec somehow? According to this (https://www.willusher.io/general/2020/11/15/hw-accel-encoding-rpi4), h264_v4l2m2m would be a codec that is supported on an RPI4.
Michael Mayer
@lastzero
It's always AVC
There's a GitHub issue for transcoding configuration
No sponsors yet though
Thomas
@thomaseizinger:matrix.org
[m]
Well, ideally I wouldn't want to configure anything. In the end, I just want the UX of larger videos to be better. I am not fussed about whether that happens via a config option where I set the codec or via auto-detection of codecs that are implemented in hardware. Could we potentially outsource this "choose a fast and good codec" to ffmpeg? I am not that familiar with it but it sounds like something ffmpeg might support so apps like photoprism don't need to implement such a detection algorithm
Happy to sponsor an issue that moves photoprism forward here, I am just not sure if a configuration option is the best way. Keen to get your opinion here.
Thinking about it, a video transcode config option is probably the simplest to implement.
Setting that correctly could always be done by an installation script based on the given hardware.
Michael Mayer
@lastzero
Problem is when don't own all the hardware out there to test this šŸ¤”šŸ‘†
Martijn van de Streek
@MartijnVdS
There's also the issue of "what do browsers support", which can differ wildly between platforms and browser engines
Timo
@ntimo
I have a lot of screenshots in my photos that I would like to "hide" from the default search, do you know if there is a tensorflow model to label screenshots?
Theresa Gresch
@graciousgrey
Many screenshots are labeled as "info" that's why PhotoPrism puts photos labeled with info in review.
Timo
@ntimo
Ahh nice thank you :)
Michael Mayer
@lastzero
Also they should be in review if you didn't disable this