Yes. You can either use the USB port on the Humax and Media controller to download (slowly) from the 9200 to a PC or you can open the Humax and connect the drive direct to a PC and use humaxrw. Once on the PC you can either use FTP to get the files on to the HDR hard drive or copy the files to a USB drive and connect that to the HDR.I've just ordered the 1Gb version of the 2000T device to replace my ( now rather fragile) 9200T . Is it possible to get the recordings off the old box and onto the new somehow?
You can do it in dribs and drabs.Thank you!
Is this something I could do in dribs and drabs, i.e. start using the 2000T as a completely empty device and then gradually add the programs from the 9200T as I go, or will I have to get everything moved across before I start using the new one?
You could use a video capture device to copy the programmes from your 9300 to your PC, albeit very slowly in real time.Thanks - like I said, I'm no techy. Am I naive in thinking one of those Video capture gubbins, e.g. the Neostar EasyCap USB Video Capture Adaptor - might be any help ?
I can't vouch for humaxrw but it should be very much faster than real time. I don't recommend you use "real time copying", if by that you mean output to SCART and use a video digitiser to capture to PC - it will be a lot of trouble per recording, the recording will be converted to analogue and then back to digital again, you might end up with 16:9 video that will only play back at 4:3, and unless you have a proven video digitiser my experience is that they don't all work as well as they could (or at all).I take it that connecting the 9300 hard disc to a PC and using humaxrw is faster than real time copyig?