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Please help - decrypting HD

Discussion in 'HD/HDR-FOX T2 Customised Firmware' started by vilbs, Feb 21, 2012.

  1. vilbs

    vilbs New Member

    I know you are all probably fed up with newbies asking basic questions - but I have searched and searched and just can not find a simple thread that tells me what I need to know.

    Aim: To save to my PC and play locally a HiDef video recorded on the Humax.

    I've done:
    I have an HD-Fox T2. 1tb ext hdd attached that has recorded a couple of test progs.
    I have installed custom firmware (1.17).
    I have BootHDR installed, Auto Unprotect and hmt.

    What's happening:
    The Enc flag has been removed however if I double click the file title in WebIF it says the flag is "ODEncrypted". I can not get this removed and as a result if I copy the file across via ftp to my machine it is not playable.

    I also tried running the machine in BootHDR mode and copying across but that also did not work (same result).

    So can anyone save me from going cuckoo?

    Thanks and apologies in advance.
     
  2. af123

    af123 Administrator Staff Member

    You need to install virtual-disk and then go into HDR mode and copy the recording to the virtual disk using the Humax remote control. The resulting copy will be decrypted.
     
  3. Black Hole

    Black Hole Felonius Gru

    With an HD-FOX you can ONLY decrypt by booting into HDR Mode and then copying a file with the handset OPT+ menu, because the HD-FOX does not have a DLNA server to implement all the other methods of decryption.

    In order to decrypt HiDef this way, you only need to remove the Enc flag and not the whole shebang.
     
  4. vilbs

    vilbs New Member

    Wahooo! Thank you thank you. Yup that cracked it. Just out of interest where is the sticky / tutorial that explained this? There seems to be lots of useful info but all slightly fragmented/disconnected. I have lots of various bookmarks saved but it would be useful to know where the master sticky is! Thanks again for all your help!
     
  5. Black Hole

    Black Hole Felonius Gru

  6. Ezra Pound

    Ezra Pound Well-Known Member

    Or even Encyclopaedic
     
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  7. 4291

    4291 Well-Known Member

    Stones and glass come to mind!

    A lot of posts and the WiKi would benefit from a proof-read. :D
     
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  8. Black Hole

    Black Hole Felonius Gru

    I recommend people don't get me started on spelling, usage, and grammar. I see no point in picking up on the odd typo, and I'm not going back to correct it (which I do, when I - or my PA - notice them). Fortunately this forum is generally MUCH better than others I am active on (where some posts are barely readable, never mind comprehensible).

    By the way, "encyclopedic" is correct (which is not to say "encyclopaedic" is not correct, but I did a lot of "due dilligence" before I decided to use the "e" rather than the "ae" - it was not a snap decision).
     
  9. Ezra Pound

    Ezra Pound Well-Known Member

    Agreed ! ! I must get one of these PAs, Maybe they only come with a Management hat :):):)
     
  10. oijonesey

    oijonesey Hummy.tv SEO Guru

    :handbag:

    haha - I've said it before and I'll say it again "I joke thats what I do" (oh and remind people of the pick of the pops theme tune and mans ability to make a fart sound with your armpit)