Jan 6, 2009
Dec 16, 2008
1. Add new icons at main menu for File Copy and Schedule Record functions.
2. Add preview on/off and HD off/720p/1080i in Setup menu.
3. Support ISO file, DVD Navigation and SUB/SMI/SSA subtitle.
4. More than one shortcut can be added in My Shortcuts list.
5. Supports Playlist.
6. Add browse ALL in Browser menu
7. Optional record device : FAT32 partition or USB device1 but remove all Playback menu.
8. Supports NTFS partition (read only) which allows file size more than 4GB.
9. Supports bundled WiFi dongle only.
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Warning : It will format your current hard disk's FAT32 space into two partitions, FAT32 and NTFS. That means all media is gone, recorded video won't be accessible.
Nov 9, 2008
Oct 7, 2008
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Sep 5, 2008
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Aug 26, 2008
The recorded video is saved in Linux UDF partition as .VRO, if you wanna copy it to PC for further usage, you have to transfer it to FAT32 partition as .MPG and copy it to PC, the clip will be split every 2GB. It's kind of troublesome.
Thanks for a user make a request at ME1's Google groups and some one provides the solution that's why this post comes out.
If you have installed Samba Server by follow "Easy way to enable Samba server, Mldonkey, Gmedia Server and SSH at bootup" , and now you can direct access recorded video by modify two files, smb.conf and samba.sh in /usr/local/etc/hdd/volumes/HDD1/chroot/etc/samba folder. If you have chroot to debian then it's under /etc/samba.
Add "mount /dev/hda3 /mnt/auto " to samba.sh (mount recording partition to /mnt/auto)
Add the bellows to smb.conf (a "record" folder will be created when you access ME1)
comment = Recording partition of HDD
path = /mnt/auto
read only = no
public = yes
If you have SSH enabled, simply download those two files and copy to /etc/samba folder.