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New release with dubbing support from Panasonic DVR HDD to PC

This is the non-public alpha release (path URL)

This new alpha 4.3.4 contains support for:

Toshiba RD-XS32, 50, 52, 34, 54, 35, 55, 34SB, 34SJ
Philips 3575 and 3576
Magnavox 2160 and 513
Pioneer 510, 520, 530, 533, 540, 550, 560, LX61, LX70
Panasonic E500H, EH50, EH55, EH75V, EH57, EH59, EH69, BS750, BS780, BS785

[via Feedback]
Pio 555, Sony 680, 870 all identify as Pio 550/560 models, recordings were recovered

[theoretical scope of Panasonic coverage]
(2003) PATA E80H E100H
(2004) PATA E85H E95H E500H
(2005) PATA EH50 EH60
(2006) PATA EH55 EH75
(2007) PATA EH57 EH67
(2008) SATA EH58 EH68
(2009) SATA EH49 EH59 EH69
(2010) SATA BS750
(2011) SATA BS780 BS785

The E80H and EH58 families are the least certain of support at this time, they are un-tested.

Again, seeking feedback from anyone who decides to try recovering recordings on their own.

Full access to all features of IB requires a valid up to date Professional license for IB, the trial will allow viewing the existence of recognized recordings.

For supported, tested models, recordings are reassembled automatically and copied directly from the DVR HDD to a local or networked PC with minimal unrelated access and copying from the rest of the DVR HDD.

IB does not [mount] or [write] to the recorder hard drive while attached to the PC. Do not attempt to write to the recorder hard drive or you may make it impossible to return the drive to your recorder and use it normally again.

[Do not Allow Windows to "Initialize" the recorder hard drive] - the prompt is "In error" it is wrong, "refuse" permission.

Allowing Windows to initialize the recorder hard drive may permanently damage the recorder and make it unrecoverable. A wipe or reformat of the recorder hard drive will erase the recorder operating system and make it unbootable by the recorder.

[Do not open the recorder hard drive with a Hex Editor] - they are not "safe", several popular Hex Editors do not request permission and deliberately write session data to an open (even "unmounted") drive and "destroy" data. Hex Editors are not "safe".

exceptions to the above (Public service warnings) can be found, but playing with words risks your recorder, so consider the source when playing with words
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