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transfer recordings from a FVP5000T to an HDR2000

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    I can transfer recordings from anHDR2000T to a FVP5000T with a USB, but it dousn't work the other way round as the FVP5000T loads to the root folder of the USB.
    Also, where is the "i" button, for program information?

    | Tue 21 Apr 2020 10:15:18 #1 |
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    There isn't an "i" button.

    | Tue 21 Apr 2020 12:00:33 #2 |
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    Yes, I know that, but what do get to read program information?

    | Tue 21 Apr 2020 14:31:20 #3 |
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    inspector - 23 mins ago  » 
    Yes, I know that, but what do get to read program information?

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    | Tue 21 Apr 2020 14:55:23 #4 |
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    inspector - 4 hours ago  » 
    I can transfer recordings from anHDR2000T to a FVP5000T with a USB, but it dousn't work the other way round as the FVP5000T loads to the root folder of the USB.

    The problem is when you save to USB from the 5000T the files are saved in a folder named .recordings. To the Humax operating system (Linux) this is a hidden folder. When you insert the USB drive in the 2000T it can't see the hidden folder. If you insert the USB drive into your computer you might be able to see the .recordings folder. If you can you could rename the folder (eg. change it to recordings). If you can't see the folder on your computer you will have to enable the show hidden files and folders feature (Might be different for each version of Windows and certainly different for other operating systems - so I can't help you with this bit). When you next insert the USB drive in the 2000T you should see the folder.

    | Tue 21 Apr 2020 15:12:52 #5 |
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    Thanks EEPhil. I'll try it. I noticed that my usb was listed twice in Explorer.

    | Tue 21 Apr 2020 15:36:04 #6 |
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    Tried it. Didn't work. Nothing showed up on the 2000.
    Showed up in the computer in the USB under .recordings -Four times, HJM file, HJTSM file, NTS file & TS file.

    | Thu 23 Apr 2020 12:08:16 #7 |
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    inspector - 29 mins ago  » 
    Tried it. Didn't work. Nothing showed up on the 2000.

    I take it you did rename the .recordings folder? The crucial thing is to remove the leading dot.

    Showed up in the computer in the USB under .recordings -Four times, HJM file, HJTSM file, NTS file & TS file.

    The TS file is the only one that will be useful on the HDR-2000T; try copying it to somewhere eles on the USB memory stick.

    | Thu 23 Apr 2020 12:40:48 #8 |
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    I removed the leading dot. The 2000 played the video, but no sound.
    Don't understand "try copying it to somewhere eles on the USB memory stick."
    Do I copy from the 5000 to the USB, then via my computer copy the program to another file?

    | Thu 23 Apr 2020 13:04:11 #9 |
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    inspector - 1 hour ago  » 
    I removed the leading dot. The 2000 played the video, but no sound.

    Not sure what is happening. I will do a test and come back to you.

    Don't understand "try copying it to somewhere eles on the USB memory stick."
    Do I copy from the 5000 to the USB, then via my computer copy the program to another file?

    Yes that was what I was suggesting but it doesn't matter as removing the dot worked.

    | Thu 23 Apr 2020 14:31:49 #10 |

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