Sorry, it's not possible at the moment but there is something under active development using cifs to mount the NAS as a virtual USB drive. Providing that all three files are copied over to the NAS, then the HDR will see, and play, the recording as though it was on a locally mounted USB drive.Raydon, could you clarify this for me please? If I have a recording made by/on my Humax Freesat box in .ts format and I then moved this .ts file and the two corresponding sidecar files .nts and .hmt. to my NAS, could I then play this recording back from the NAS via the freesat box at a later date? If so, how does the freesat box see the NAS and it's files? Thank you in advance.
Can't really say. Depends how well the beta testing goes.This sounds exactly what I need..... Any idea of a timescale for this?
Providing you have samba running on the other HDR you should be able to stream content, or copy, from one HDR to the other over the network using the HDR's own on-screen interface.To clarify mentioned development, will it be possible to 'mount' the drive from another Foxsat as a virtual USB (as opposed to a NAS)? Will this be achieved via the network or a cable connection? I know I can play Foxsat content on a Fox, but Foxsat to Foxsat would be great!!
Sorry, but no. This plugin is being developed by adrianf36. He is snowed under with work at the moment which takes him out of the country a lot of the time so you'll just have to be patient.Hello, Raydon,
Did you manage to release the NAS mount plug-in mentioned above. Is this included in CFW 4.0.9 perchance?