I use MCEBuddy on my two windows machines. However, I have a 24 core Xeon machine that has Ubuntu 18.03 LTS. I’d love the ability to use this machine with MCEBuddy since it is way more powerful than my other windows machines. I know I can compile comskip for linux, but currently MCEBuddy only supports windows.
Are there any plans or ways currently to use MCEBuddy on linux/ubuntu?
Ok comskip and handbrake are supported. Do we need remux tools for wtv files? Anyway to compile a minimal build with the features that are supported? Or use MONO to use the current code set? I tried to start the mcebuddy.servicecmd.exe process with mono , but got segfaults
This topic seems to have stopped about 2 years ago Has anything been done to bring LINUX into MCEBudy operations? I could see MCEBuddy running on Windows but the comskip function (COMSKIP or HANDBRAKE) would run on a LINUX machine: move the file to a shared folder where LINUX could fire up COMSKIP or HANDBRAKE? The LINUX machine could check the folder at intervals (via cron) and when a file is found, move it to a different folder and run the commercial skipping program. When through, the process could move it to yet another directory to indicate the file has been processed and MCEBuddy could finish whatever is left to do.