So now is the time to figure it out – there's noting so motivating as a task to achieve. Linux command line scripting is hardly any different from writing a WIndows .bat file, the main differences are that it doesn't need a .bat on the end of the file name, needs to be given "executable" status in the file attributes, and requires a line at the top telling the operating system how to execute it. All those details are giving in the info I linked to, and anything else you might need to know is easily googled.Sorry, I can barely write a script in Windows never mind Linux.
That's not a problem (cp *.ts), but it sounds like you want somebody to do it for you. I expect somebody around here is probably doing something similar already, you'll just have to wait for them to come along...I also just to be even more awkward only want to copy the ts files.
You would have to specify what you want exactly, but can't you do that in your VM? Why run a VM anyway - can't you run a script natively on the NAS? Or is it that you don't want to play in Linux?is there a way or a program that can rename the recordings into a TVDB format