stripts -@ 000378bd11f336333731303434393630 "input file name" "output file name" [This produces a playable ts file] stripts -/ 000378bd11f336333731303434393630 "input file name" Encryption key is INCORRECT for this recording.
stripts -/ <key> <input_file>? Have you installed the beta version of stripts?
I had to try it. You are right, of course - that is exactly what happens.If not, the 0 byte output will have overwritten the source!
Auto-decryption on HD-FOX now automatically uses stripts decryption (if installed).Incidentally the offline stripts is proving very handy for output from my HD-Fox, much quicker than copying files to an HDR that has the same key and later retrieving the decrypted files from there.
We believe you have destroyed your original input file by overwriting it as the output file.Hi all, thanks for the prompt replys. Been struggling with this all weekend, as not I'm pretty much a numpty where linux is concerned. Just a bit of background info. My hummy died, will not power up. Tried another psu, and hdd, in case either of them pulling it down.
Stripts ver. is 1.4.5,
I am in the same directory as the file.
I have tried using the o/p file name as the i/p file name, also tried with a new name, but that didn't even work I guess because the output file didn't exist. Just tried this last part by giving the file name of the destination of the 0 size recording and get "Incorrect Encryption key"
Looked into what? stripts is documented in the wiki.I looked into this, but could find out enough information on how to use it.
Sure, but it isn't just an inconvenience if it destroys the input without producing an output.Is it? More a case of stupidity in, stupidity out, to paraphrase. There must be oddles of software out there that does this sort of thing.
That's a question for the HFODU thread.I meant looking into the offline version. hfodu requires cwgwin1.dll, but no matter what Windows version I download and install as per the instructions I still cannot get hfodu to run. I have 64-bit Win10.
I don't disagree, but sometimes it's hard to know when two seemingly different names actually refer to the same file.it isn't just an inconvenience if it destroys the input without producing an output.