9200T Downloads

Official and Unofficial Software for Humax PVR 9200T


Media Controller
http://myhumax.org/blog/wp-content/plugins/downloads-manager/img/icons/default.gif download: HumaxMediaControllerV1.05.zip (117.97KB)
added: 29/03/2011
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description: Andy Chappell's Media Controller v1.05

This software is an MS Windows console application to control all aspects of the Humax PVR9200T PVR device attached to a host PC via a USB interface. It is designed to replicate the functions of the existing Humax Media eLinker V2.1 software and to add a few extra functions that users may find useful.

This primary focus of this software is to provide for more reliable video file transfers via USB from the Humax to a Host PC.

http://www.enigma.eclipse.co.uk/humax/HumaxMediaController.htm


Media Controller GUI
http://myhumax.org/blog/wp-content/plugins/downloads-manager/img/icons/default.gif download: setupHumaxGui-v100.exe (3.44MB)
added: 29/03/2011
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description: Andrew Smith Media Controller GUI v1.00 Windows Installer (With Media Controller v1.02)

http://myhumax.org/blog/wp-content/plugins/downloads-manager/img/icons/default.gif download: HumaxGui-v100-mac.zip (6.06MB)
added: 29/03/2011
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description: Andrew Smith's Media Controller GUI v1.00 Mac OS Intel/PPC

HumaxGui is a alternative to the Humax Media ELinker supplied with the Humax 9200t PVR. The application is based on the Humax Media Controller V1.02 source code supplied by Andy Chappell. The application allows the user to transfer images and mp3 to/from the pvr and transfer video files from the pvr. Also available are rename and delete files for both the device and host, as well as device information.
Requirements:

  • Qt 4.1.0 or newer
  • Windows – LibUsb-Win32
  • Linux/Mac OS X – LibUsb

http://www.andrewdsmith.plus.com/hummy/


HumaxRW v1.14
http://myhumax.org/blog/wp-content/plugins/downloads-manager/img/icons/default.gif download: humaxrw-1.14-win32.zip (35.79KB)
added: 04/04/2011
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description: HumaxRW by xyz321

http://myhumax.org/blog/wp-content/plugins/downloads-manager/img/icons/default.gif download: humaxrw-1.14.tgz (31.92KB)
added: 04/04/2011
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description: HumaxRW by xyz321 (Linux)

This program is an alternative to HummyReadFiles and HDC. Its main function is to provide a means to transfer the files from an old hard disk to a new disk when upgrading. It can also be used to backup files to/from a host computer (if say a reformat becomes necessary). It does not perform defragmentation as such, but if you copy all the files onto a host drive, reformat, then copy all the files back, the drive will then be defragmented. The disadvantage is that it is very much command line driven.

It can operate in one of three modes:

1. Copy files to/from the Humax disk onto the host computer.
2. If two Humax disks are connected to the host computer it can transfer the files directly from one to the other.
3. Recovery mode – used if the record list is missing/corrupt – list and retrieve recordings

Features
* List recordings
* Copy recordings to the host computer
* Copy previously saved recordings back from the host to the Humax disk
* Copy recordings between two 9200T formatted disks
* Read the additional information about a programme
* Delete a programme
* Backup all programmes
* Recovery mode – list and retrieve recordings if the record list is missing/corrupt

When copying a recording from the Humax disk it will create the .ts file and three other files (.hre, .elu & .epg). These files contain all the information about the recording from the Humax disk. In order for the Humax to be able to play back the ts file when it is written to a new disk, some of these files must be present. They are as follows:

* .hre: Record list entry – this contains PID information about the ts file and must be present.
* .elu: This contains timing information. If it is missing the timebar may be incorrect and the (front panel) elapsed time indicator may run at the wrong speed.
* .epg: Additional information about the programme. This is not always present.

Therefore it is not possible to copy a .ts file onto the Humax disk without its associated .hre file.

It is now possible (using the utility ts2hrw in version 1.09) to create hre files using just the ts files (with some dummy information). See here for some details of the hre file format.

Warning
Do not allow Windows to “Initialise” the disk in disk/device manager. The disk should not appear under “My Computer”. If this is done accidentally use the “-p” option to HumaxCheck to fix the partition table.

Important
The usual disclaimers and copyright applies, the author, poster, and host sites of this program hold no responsibility what so ever. Since this program is able to write to the 9200T hard disk there is a slim possibility that some as yet unforeseen form of corruption could cause the program to make the disk unreadable – use it very much at your own risk.

Installation/Usage
See README.txt in the downloaded archive.


HummyReadFiles v0.94
http://myhumax.org/blog/wp-content/plugins/downloads-manager/img/icons/default.gif download: HummyReadFiles094.zip (53.62KB)
added: 05/04/2011
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description: HummyReadFiles v0.94

HummyReadFiles is a GUI program for transferring recordings from a modified 9200t or a drive removed from one. The main purpose of HummyReadFiles is to provide a fast method of transfer to a PC for editing to a DVD or Network Server. It will search for a valid hummy drive format and list the files, which can then be selected by means of the check boxes. The destination folder can also be changed if required. For those who are put off by command line tools (e.g. humaxrw) it is less intimidating, though it still requires the USB-IDE modification or removal of the drive.

It has some limitations if you have upgraded your Hummy to a bigger drive and have exceeded 256 recordings in that it indexes those extra files incorrectly (even if you reduce the numer to below 256). Also in common with the Humax Media Elinker it does not allow you to transfer back to the Hummy.


Humax Media eLinker Software CD (zipped)
http://myhumax.org/blog/wp-content/plugins/downloads-manager/img/icons/default.gif download: Media eLinker.zip (378.48KB)
added: 07/04/2011
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description: Humax's Media eLinker Software CD

http://myhumax.org/blog/wp-content/plugins/downloads-manager/img/icons/default.gif download: Media_eLinker0414.pdf (145.91KB)
added: 09/05/2011
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description: Humax Media eLinker User Manual

Original Humax 9200T Software CD with Media eLinker. Media eLinker User Manual.

  1. avatar
    James
    May 11th, 2011 at 19:21 | #1

    Hello.
    I do not know a lot about computers, so, can you confirm what I need to download too use my PVR9200t, with windows 7,64 bit?

  2. avatar
    son_t
    May 12th, 2011 at 11:08 | #2

    Hello James,

    You need to read this blog post: http://myhumax.org/blog/?p=279

    You need Media Controller GUI: http://myhumax.org/blog/?file_id=3
    And libusb-win32 from here: http://myhumax.org/blog/?file_id=13

  3. avatar
    Frustrated
    May 21st, 2011 at 16:42 | #3

    Sorted problem – downloaded programme from http://myhumax.org/blog/?file_id=3

    Im now a happy bunny!

  4. avatar
    James H
    June 11th, 2012 at 08:56 | #4

    My PVR 9300T has about 150 recording on, but nothing shows on the ‘Recordings’ list. I mainly use Mac and have the Humax-Gui software which I have used successfully in the past for transferring recordings to my computer, but no recordings show on that, and the Disk Info shows 54GB used but no files listed.

    I have Windows SP on a Bootcamp partition on my Mac but rarely use it. I would like to get access to my recordings and preferably restore them so which application/programme would do the job best?

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    kuHYtreBH
    July 7th, 2012 at 13:29 | #5

    I am trying to connect my 9200T to my computer running Vista SP2
    I have installed Media controller and E linker but neither see my 9200T

    Do I need a new driver or ???

    Please help

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    a03pl
    January 7th, 2013 at 19:23 | #6

    Hi,

    Have downloaded HumaxGUI OS/X binary, tried to run it and it always crashes without displaying anything else other than crash screen.

    I have previously downloaded and installed libusb using macports via

    sudo port install libusb

    and this appeared to work OK but I cant get HumaxGUI to run. If there is another more modern OS/X app that will do the same, then please let me know.

    Thanks

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    Neil P
    January 8th, 2013 at 19:14 | #7

    I have managed to down-load the application (with some difficulty); however I get the following message “Humaxusb.dll” so the application will not run (on a Windows 8 system).

    Have I done something wrong / have you any suggestions?
    Thanks

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    stefan
    March 10th, 2013 at 18:58 | #8

    I have a dell 620 running windows 8 32 bit, and also a linux machine running ubuntu 10.04. In both cases I got the media controller to connect to the humax box successfully however I just cannot get a reliable transfer. After between 0.5 and 70mB of a 2G copy to PC I just get bad blocks. I have tried various DL block sizes, rebooted box and pc’s but no success. I assume it is just the usb driver on the box side causing these issues. I have tried the box in game mode and normal mode and even though I can sometimes get a fast download of 12mB/s as soon as it hits about 72mB I hit bad blocks and it never recovers. I even resorted to the Humux elinker program but that just crashed the PC after a few minutes of transfer.

    Any help much appreciated.

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    john rees
    June 2nd, 2013 at 14:22 | #9

    Hi..

    My 9200t is exhibiting symptoms as described elsewhere in this blog, namely that the recording list has disappeared and the machine will no longer record, although I can still rewind. It seems that possibly the disc has become corrupted in some way.. My question is this; is it possible to reinstall the basic Hummy ‘operating system’. Any advice, suggestions or links to advice would be much appreciated.
    Many thanks in anticipation.

  10. April 16th, 2014 at 14:04 | #10

    I have downloaded to my laptop Hmax Media controller Gui-v 100exe but when I try to open it a message states can’t open as “L1Busb0.dLL” is missing try downloading again” it doesn’t matter how many times I download i get same message. can anyone advise me please.I have also got setup humax guy-v100(i) exe. both appear on my desk top but ca’t do anything with them.thanks martin

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