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|View Poll Results: Do you move DVR+ recordings to a computer (multiple choices allowed)|
|Yes, Other OS||1||1.08%|
|Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 93. You may not vote on this poll|
- Create a folder to contain just the DVR+ files.
- Copy the TS files directly from the USB HDD so that they retain their StrmNNNN.ts filenames. If you've already copied them using DVR+ Lister, at least add their StrmNNNN names to those filenames so they can be renamed later.
- From the 1st partition on the USB HDD, copy record_event_index to the same folder.
- Since they are small files, although not needed by DVR+ Lister, or to play the videos, copy the following from the 1st partition, to the same folder just in case we need them for something else.
StrmNNNN.log for each of the TS files
StrmNNNN.met for each of the TS files
StrmNNNN.tsf for each of the TS files
Ditto on the underscore for -ignore_unknown.Quote:
powercfg -requestsThat revealed one program, Paragon ExtFS.
1, FIXME: BSOD when mounting as readonlyFor those unfamiliar with Ext2Fsd, it’s one of a few programs that will assign Drive Letters to a Linux formatted disks that's attached to a Windows system. The Channel Master DVR+ formats disks using Linux EXT4, and DVR+ Lister requires such a program since it uses Drive Letters to find the various files on a DVR+ disks.
2, FIXME: Ext2Srv service blocked by Antivirus