Whilst not specifically including that info, it was implied (to the more knowledgeable) in the filename given, and in the second last sentence in his post.That only works if you are running detectads with chase-decryption selected (something you have neglected to mention).
Possibly, but the post was in reply to prpr's answer at post #2All in all a pointless exercise when it is so much easier to use iPlayer, UK TV Play, whatever.
Whilst not specifically including that info, it was implied (to the more knowledgeable) in the filename given, and in the second last sentence in his post.
...so if it's a BBC recording one wishes to view remotely, in progress, you're out of luck anyway.detectads will not automatically run for recordings from commercial-less services.
Interesting!Actually you can and I do it all the time. You need to set up a network share on your computer pointing to the humax. Make sure Content sharing is enabled on the humax (settings/system/internet setting/content share). Set up an auto recording on the humax, then look at your network share. The file will appear there after a couple of minutes. (it is the 'program name+date+time-crop.ts') You can watch the file on the computer or any connected device. Be aware that if you watch it too early you may reach the end of the file. Best to leave it about 15 mins to allow Auto advert-removal to do its magic. Then watch ad free.
Grow a thicker skin. You sometimes need it here especially if you 'challenge' the experts.I tried to help somebody out but I get attacked.
Please don't do that. I found it interesting and might give it a go to see if it works for me. And now you have the attention of 'the' detect ads expert.I will remain silent in future.
What are you talking about? Attacked? The forum is about debate as a means to distill knowledge from vagueness or misinformation. Everything gets its tyres kicked, there's no point running off hurt about it.I tried to help somebody out but I get attacked. I will remain silent in future.
It strikes me that chase-decryption (without ad detection) would be better rolled out as a separate facility, although there may then have to be a way for one to lock the other out.It would be quite simple to provide a decrypt only option for detectads to allow simultaneous decryption of BBC recordings without the overhead of ffmpeg and other parts of detectads processing.
However every time I think I may have time to start tinkering SWMBO comes up with something of higher priority
If everyone did the same, there would only be about two people left on these forums.I tried to help somebody out but I get attacked. I will remain silent in future.
These forums are fairly forgiving to most members.Everything gets its tyres kicked, there's no point running off hurt about it.
It might be better as a separate package but there would be a lot more extra work duplicating, editing and testing all of the bits and pieces that are needed to create a new package.It strikes me that chase-decryption (without ad detection) would be better rolled out as a separate facility,