Yes.Am I correct to assume this is per-recording copied
No, it can be done in bulk: copy a whole folder, or mark recordings/folders using the red button. The problem is the transfer sometimes breaks, and the more you try to transfer in one go the more likely it is to break.Am I right I assuming this cannot be done in bulk
I have doubts the existing sidecar files are compatible with the 5000T (somebody will confirm), so decrypted HDR-FOX recordings will only play as imported TS and not as if native 5000T recordings.I assume that copying these over to the FVP-5000T is much simpler, i.e. plug in USB drive, and use same copy/move function into the new PVR's disc.
I think you are reasonably on the money, but using "standard" facilities is going about it the hard way. More info here (meant for transferring between HDDs, but also applicable to your situation if you read between the lines), see "Access to the Existing Recordings on the Old Drive": HDR-FOX HDD ReplacementCan anyone spot anything I've got wrong?
You can select everything and leave it to copy. How reliably that works depend on the USB to SATA converter.4. Plug in drive and use the OPT+ button to copy files to the USB drive (to a new folder). Am I right I assuming this cannot be done in bulk and is by entering the Media display and using OPT+ for each folder or individual recording.
Not so easy on the FVP; you only need the .ts file and you can only put them in a Download folder; see page 24 of the FVP manual.I assume that copying these over to the FVP-5000T is much simpler, i.e. plug in USB drive, and use same copy/move function into the new PVR's disc.
We have a fix for that, and there is an official fix in the pipeline.since the T2 has seen its YouChoob and iPlayer apps go AWOL
Humax have released a Beta version of software for the HDR-FOX T2 that gets iPlayer working again.I'm slightly doubtful as to the long-term viability of in-built App players since the T2 has seen its YouChoob and iPlayer apps go AWOL, and HUMAX don't seem to have a terribly good track record in keeping up with the many changes by the supply parties (understandably imho)