I do that now, without DLNA, I move stuff around all the time. Just map the drive to \\osmio4k\media.Just curious. It would be nice to be able to see my Edision's EHD on the network so I can easily move recorded files off of it to my PC's.
For some reason I don't see it there. Is there a setting in the STB that I need to enable for it to be visible on the network?I do that now, without DLNA, I move stuff around all the time. Just map the drive to \\osmio4k\media.
Look under "Network" under Windows Explorer on your Windows pc, and you should see the Mio there. If so then map your drive as I said above.
Yes, let me see if I can remember where they are. Give me a few minutes.For some reason I don't see it there. Is there a setting in the STB that I need to enable for it to be visible on the network?
Sounds like a sign as to which image you should stay on. As for OpenVix, I have that image and can see the Mio from my pc. I had to do all the same network things I laid out on each image, to get it working. But not sure why yours wouldn't work.Must be an OpenVIX issue. Booted up TNAP and the PC found the Edision without even having to browse the network on the STB or enter any credentials!
That sounds a lot better than the network share option. File sharing on Windows 10 is very hit or miss, in my experience. Printer sharing works *some* of the time.What you should be able to do is, enter your IP for the MIO onto your PC's URL (or whatever it's called?)
That should bring up the WEBIF page for the MIO, then click on Movies, that should bring up all the recordings in the MIO?
Then for the movie you want to copy to the PC, click on the icon that looks like an old floppy. A permission box will pop-up...
Set it to where you want to send it, then click YES
Good Luck !!!