I first noticed an issue completing my first full import. It seems to process/transcode a few iPhone8 video clips (maybe 5-8?) but then the process will eventually stall. It still reports that it is ‘processing’ in the top status bar but will not make any progress.
However, if I stop/start the photostructure docker container (in Unraid) it’ll resume transcoding for a bit, before stalling again. This is very repeatable.
Another symptom, I’m not sure if it is related, the transcoding output of iPhone8 videos is rather distorted. I’ve attached a couple screen grabs.
It is often working on these class of videos prior halting progress.
(P.S., it happens on non-240fps clips as well)
I’m running v1.1.0, deployed this weekend (so I’m using the newer CA docker config). That said, my initial library buildout was started around August 26th, so my configuration files are from that era.
I’m not using automatic organization and have specified my photostructure library to reside on unraid cache pool. The unraid host is an older (2013) 8core-Xeon box with quite a bit of RAM available.
Might you suggest a log verbosity level and provide an example of which log to look at? I can launch a console into the PS container and run photostructure logcats, etc.