Discussion in 'FOXSAT-HDR Customised Firmware' started by SkyWhale, Apr 26, 2012.
Is there a command to determine which .ts files are HD?
The media list shows which are HD.
I think there is a command line utility called hmt that will tell you.
Assuming that as the post was in a Foxsat-hdr thread he meant on the box. Medianinfo will tell you everything there is to know about videofiles if they are on a PC.
Sweet, thank you af123.
Foxsat-HDR/mnt/hd3/Video# hmt "Star Trek_20111002_1830.hmt" | grep Format
Foxsat-HDR/mnt/hd3/Video# hmt "Thirst_20120218_2255.hmt" | grep Format
So you *think* there is a util, af123 ?
root@dcore64:/storage/media/freesat# strings hmt | grep Humax
Humax HMT Tool v%s, by af123, 2011.
-su: heh!: command not found
Any chance of the source so I can build it on my storage server (debian squeeze 6.04)?
I wrote the hmt utility for the Freeview boxes and passed the source over adrianf26 who converted it for the Foxsat - there would have been several changes required since the Foxsat HMT files differ from the Freeview ones. Nice of him to leave my name in it : ) I didn't definitively know that it was there since I don't have a Foxsat.
If you'd like the source, PM adrianf26 and ask for it. I don't have a problem with you having the bits I wrote but I don't have the Foxsat changes.
Cheers, I'll go and pester adrianf26.
Thanks for all your work contributing to the firmware jailbreak.
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