Sorry, my comment was intended for @framedtoo.
decryptedI suspect you have Samba installed. You're seeing a samba share under Windows (as do I). Can you play recordings that are still encrypted by this route, or only those that have been copied to virtual or decrypted-in-place?
Yes, I can now, and I can play back, although it's a long wait for the recording to start. Disadvantage with this is that you have to copy the files to the virtual-disk before playing back, whereas XBMC will stream SD direct and HD is faster to load.running off your desktop, can you see the humax on your network
when trying to play anything that is still encrypted splash lite locks up
You can, because I've done it. I do not have file sharing set up. The decrypting is done on the fly as it comes through the Humax server, as long as the flags are cleared by auto-unprotect. I'm just restating what I've said before.you still cant watch HiDef with XBMC unless it is decrypted first
You can, because I've done it. I do not have file sharing set up. The decrypting is done on the fly as it comes through the Humax server, as long as the flags are cleared by auto-unprotect. I'm just restating what I've said before.
First off, this conversation started (before the thread was split) before we had efficient decryption, neither did we have network shares, and the riggamarole required to get a decrypted HiDef recording onto a PC to view on a regular basis was only for those with plenty of time on their hands. Streaming eliminates all those negatives (and they are still inconveniences even with the present state-of-the-art), and it can be done complete with skip because the HD-FOX does it. We're still waiting for the perfect client (other than an HD-FOX). There is another topic somewhere "search for the perfect client".i still dont understand why you would want your pc to be a dlna client
You do have to wait for the file to be indexed by the DLNA server, which happens asynchronously. I would have thought it would be there by now though.Interesting, having established that XBMC will stream HD, I recorded an episode of BBC's Frozen Planet last night - XBMC will not even 'see' the .ts file. Auto-unprotect is installed and seems to be working...