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Humax / Re: Humax 1.05 version
« on: January 15, 2012, 11:42:00 AM »
I've tried copying to USB and it worked OK for me. Does it work with HD as well as SD?

Andrew

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Humax / Re: Humax 1.05 version
« on: January 10, 2012, 05:53:21 PM »
It was set to Auto. I tried Binary - same result.

Andrew

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Humax / Re: Humax 1.05 version
« on: January 10, 2012, 04:39:30 PM »
The version is 1.05.01. I just checked (using TV Portal) and it's still there.

I do use FileZilla. And I use VideoRedo V3. Voila or not, I get an error (as before): Cannot Find PAT Packet ...

Please read my original post again. I can open .ts files OK, even those from the PVR, but only via the USB drive.

Andrew

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Humax / Re: Humax 1.05 version
« on: January 10, 2012, 01:37:27 PM »
Yep. Just tried it again. I've turned the PVR on and off etc. No difference, no joy.

Andrew

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Humax / Humax 1.05 version
« on: January 10, 2012, 10:36:38 AM »
I've installed this version, and noticed some changes, so it is installed.

I still can't ftp .ts files (SD) from the Humax and read them on my PC with VideoRedo plus.

Copying them to a USB drive and physically connecting the drive to my computer works, as before.

Andrew

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Humax / Re: Any feedback on Humax
« on: December 14, 2011, 07:01:09 PM »
Worked fine using HDMI on my Sony - easiest installation I ever had. Not sure how you configure a Panasonic input channel, but on the Sony you just select the HMDI channel.

Andrew

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Humax / Re: Any feedback on Humax
« on: December 14, 2011, 10:02:52 AM »
Having fiddled around with tranferring files, here's some info.

I copied the file in the Humax to a USB drive. I found that I couldn't connect the drive to the front - it didn't work there, though USB flash sticks do - so I connected it on the back.

I couldn't open the .ts file in VideoRedo Plus, but I could after updating VideoRedo Plus to the latest version. I could only open it in Windows Media Player by using the popup 'open with' - other methods failed.

FTP - The FPT user name is Humaxftp, the password is '0000' and the IP address is as shown on the Internet LAN settings in the Humax. I used FileZilla for the FTP - Internet Explorer also worked using ftp://humaxfpt:0000@192.168.1.101 (for my IP), but it's klunky. Firefox doesn't do FTP. As Dave pointed out, if you ftp a .ts file to the PC, it won't open (encrypted). I FTPd an mpg file to the Humax and it played OK. (Note that you also need to enable FPT on the Humax,)

BUT ... with files FTPd from the PC and files on the USB, I had no control over the playing of the files, ie I couldn't move forward or back or use FF. Downer. ... but see below

NETWORK - this was a pain too, but I got there. I downloaded the latest version of Windows Media Player for XP and added some mpg files to the Library. I enabled sharing and then the Humax could see and play them over the network. In this case I can control the playback (which is weird but given the problems above is also encouraging).

Humax needs to do a lot more documenting in this area. Virtually everything I learnt was from random forums like this.

Andrew


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