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Last pushed: a month ago
Short Description
Docker wrapper for https://github.com/donmelton/video_transcoding
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For more information about this image and its history, please see the Dockerfile repository on Github.

Prerequisites

You must be running Docker for Mac, Docker for Linux, or Docker for Windows.

Usage

To run the video_transcoding gem in Docker, execute the following:

# Docker for Mac & Linux
$ docker run -itv "`pwd`":/data ntodd/video-transcoding

# Docker for Windows
$ docker run -itv C:\My\Current\Path:/data ntodd/video-transcoding

# Update to the latest image
$ docker pull ntodd/video-transcoding

This will:

  1. Download the ntodd/video-transcoding Docker image (unless already downloaded)
  2. Mount the current working directory on your host machine as a shared volume inside the container
  3. Run an interactive bash shell with access to your current directory and the video_transcoding cli tools

For best results on Docker for Mac or Windows, set your CPU count in preferences to the maximum available for your machine.

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ntodd

Comments (4)
sumitsrk123
6 months ago

i tried to deployed it through digital ocean docker ...but couldn't execute it....1st one executed successfully,but how can i run the program in my browser ??? please help me to guide me in a proper way....

chaywesley
8 months ago

@comsysuk, @ntodd I had to modify the batch.sh file to get it to work in Docker. Specifically, the call to sed that deletes the first line from queue.txt:

// From this:
sed -i '' 1d "$queue" || exit 1
// To this:
sed -i 1d "$queue" || exit 1
comsysuk
10 months ago

Nate,

Have you managed to get the batch.sh from Don Melton's site to run on this? I'm running it on a Windows machine and the transcoding works great, I just can't run a batch.

comsysuk
10 months ago

Thanks for this. A great help.