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comment Convert Humax recordings to mp4
I'm marking this as correct since it led me to discover that it doesn't seem to be possible to do what i want to do.
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accepted Convert Humax recordings to mp4
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comment Convert Humax recordings to mp4
At first glance, it looks like it's not possible, using the standard firmware (which i have) to remove the files in such a way that you're able to decrypt them: the decryption happens at play time via the private key on the box.
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comment Convert Humax recordings to mp4
Thanks @incBrain, i'll have a look.
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comment Convert Humax recordings to mp4
@Moab it is a question and answer forum isn't it? But, i take you point about showing research. I did google it and try a lot of things but the only thing really worth repeating was "Use ffmpeg" and i posted the results of that in my question. As i stated i tried to open it in VLC and also tried to convert with ffmpeg - don't they count as "some research effort on my part"? There are plenty of questions on SU and other stackexchange sites that list "I have tried a, b, and c" but don't show google search histories.
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comment How to take a screenshot on Windows 7 and auto create screenshot file on desktop like Mac?
I've just got Screenpresso but can't get it to prompt me for the filename before saving. is this possible?
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comment start-stop-daemon works at command line but doesn't work in /etc/init.d script
@daramarak neglect on my part. Marked now, thanks for the prod.
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comment Ctrl-C'd an in-place recursive gzip - is this likely to have broken anything?
Great answer, in terms of explanation and also because it's the one i wanted to hear :) thanks!
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This is anything but quick, for me...
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