After dozens, hundreds of trials, it's gone. So I saved the settings.
I modified a single parameter of my Digoo camera and it starts again with bug. I deleted the camera and recreated since my registration of functional settings.This does not work. The bug starts again ...
@andre Select the Gear icon on the Toolbar.
Under Your Company, choose Chart of Accounts.
Find the account you want to delete.
In the Action column, select View register/Account History.
Choose a transaction, then select Delete.
Select Yes to confirm Bluestacks Lucky Patcher Kodi
Hello everyone. ( New user here. Dropping zoneminder because it drove me crazy!)
I realize this topic is over a year old but seems to still be relevant, at least for me.
I have the very exact issue with the latest version of Shinobi from 3 days ago, Ubuntu 18.x, with an NVidia GT-710. Just like the OP, I have tried thousands of parameter combinations and I cannot get ffmeg to make use of my hwaccel. And just like the OP, I have also added the device with happens to match mine as well, but to no avail. Anything other than Auto setting in Video Decoder makes the video go away and not come back. Have tried Nvidia native driver 390 as well as non-native 410, 415 and now 430. Still no joy.
Is there a fix to this in sight? Or a different trick?
I'm also watching this. I am a long-time ZM user and really like the user interface on Shinobi. I switched over to the Docker image on an Intel box and it worked pretty well. The CPU was not extremely high for me to be running it on Docker and using motion detection on several cameras. I am monitoring 6 cameras with 2-3 being recorded with motion detection.
I have found that I'm not able to use the PowerViewer due to the huge lag. I decided to switch to the supported install on Ubuntu with recording OFF. It appears to me that performance is even worse now. The CPU is high, ssh response is laggy and I need to restart Shinobi every day or so to get it to behave without being unresponsive. This is the same hardware that worked better with the Docker image.