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    Still compatible with 1.3.11?

    I'm just curious if this still works well with the current version of GB-PVR? There isn't much activity in here and updates on the wiki are long ago. It is still listed under the "active" plugins though.

    I'm trying to find a solution to record on an internal drive then archive to an external.

    Thanks & Cheers
    1.3.11 / XP Pro SP2 / P5VD2-MX-SE {VIA P4M890 VT8237A} / E2200 / 2GB / 2.8TB / HVR1800 x 1, HVR1600 x 2 / 1 PCH

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    It is leaning towards being marked Unsupported.
    Fatman_do

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    batch file? :)

    i have a simple batch file you can use from vid library or post that can archive them for you..
    look up Super Simple Archiver..i thin thre's a wiki entry...
    basically it just copies and adjusts the db with sqlite3.exe, taking a safe approach by copying all related files and merging the metadata.xml, then adjusting db and deleting the original...
    http://forums.nextpvr.com/showthread.php?t=26775

    i'm working on a mod that will use ffmpeg to check the target's running time to verify copy b4 deleting...[checks movie length,so partial copies will be detected]
    even as-is it's safe to stop in the middle..keeps original..
    but i haven't had a single problem and been using it for around a year already...
    [just wanted to be 100% positive it's a good copy]

    and can be used from post processing or scripted for timer..
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    Thanks guys.

    I just realized I need to change my sig.

    Cheers
    1.3.11 / XP Pro SP2 / P5VD2-MX-SE {VIA P4M890 VT8237A} / E2200 / 2GB / 2.8TB / HVR1800 x 1, HVR1600 x 2 / 1 PCH

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    XRecord also has an archive feature that can be manual or automatic.
    2 Hauppauge PVR-150's, Celeron 2.93GHz, 1GB RAM, 1TB Maxtor HD, Cooler Master Cavalier 2, Radeon HD 2400 Pro, gbpvr 1.1.5 Blue Skin

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