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Discussion in 'TiVo Home Media Features & TiVoToGo' started by cubdukat, Oct 25, 2016.
In config--VideoRedo enable option to decrypt using VideoRedo.
I don't believe there is any way for that qsfix to run on an encrypted file.
VRD uses its qsfix to decrypt so no reason to run it separately.
Thank you, I understand now, I was using VRD's QS Fix tool on the .Tivo file and then using kmttg to decrypt the new .Tivo file. Your saying if you use VRD to decrypt the .Tivo file it automatically runs the QS Fix tool before the actual decrypt. Thanks
You misunderstand. It's not running qsfix then decrypting. It's decrypting on the fly as it reads the file using the TiVo DirectShow filter, which is why you need at least a partial install of TiVo Desktop.
Yeah even though the resulting file is a .tivo it's still decrypted. The only part that remains encrypted after running it through QSF is the header where the metadata is stored. The actual video data is decrypted.
What I get is a .ts file with no metadata. I download in transport stream format and get a (presumably)encrypted .tivo file. Then qsfix runs against that file. Are you talking about what happens if you combine download & decrypt?
There's an option in VideoRedo itself to "save as" where you have option to save as a .TiVo file. In that case you get what Dan describes - unencrypted video with header metadata.