Newly signed up member who’s been lurking for many months reading the various threads and innovations. Got to say a massive well done to all that have contributed to making my combination of HDR and HD so much more than what they were straight from their boxes - most of you seem to be active on this thread, so thank you! I’ve been running my unencrypted recordings through ffmpeg using an adapted version of Drutt’s monitoring script to check a *demux folder that I created in the *edit folder. This doesn’t do anything particularly clever - it simply uses ffmpeg to copy the video and audio streams and create a new .ts file that has a lot of superfluous data removed, such as the information about the other channels on the same mux as the recording. I guess the EPG data goes too - I’ve not looked. The resulting .ts files only have one video and one audio stream and these files can be played by the embedded DLNA client on my Panasonic TV as well as on my D-Link media player which had become redundant once I started using the HDR to play the home videos housed on the PC but which I’ve now pressed back into use. The main issue with this approach is that I lose the use of the control features such as skip forward/backward and resume play when using the HDR or HD which are still the main playback devices. I’ve not been able to edit the sidecar files to correctly work with the modified .ts files. I’ve looked at the output of stripts and whilst it creates the full set of files for the HDR and HD, the .ts files can’t be played by the DLNA client on the Panny. Is there any way that stripts can be adapted to perform both functions, i.e. functioning sidecar files and fully cleansed .ts files that can be played by fussy DLNA clients?