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FTP to zGemma H5

Discussion in 'Zgemma-Star H5.2S' started by aphuk, Dec 23, 2016.

  1. aphuk

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    I use XP and Chrome.
    The only FTP client I could find was sFTP Client for Chrome.
    On connecting to the zGemma using the correct IP address I am being asked for a Username & Password
    STUMPED !!
     
  2. Tich

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    Username is root leave leave password blank
     
  3. Burlesy

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    user: root
    pass: root

    It shouldn't really matter on first login attempt
     
  4. aphuk

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    Cheers Burlesy, that got me in tyvm :).
    I have attached a picture of what was available to browse but I am could not see my External USB HDD where all my recordings are ? Aaaaargh !!!
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  5. biff2005

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    i think there in the media folder then HDD folder
     
  6. aphuk

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    Spot on Biff,
    Hate to do this to everyone but I have another question ...
    Have attached what I found and am not sure what I am looking at. I was expecting to find an MP4 or AVI or the like but the recording is made up of a ruck of files and I have not a scooby what to do now !!
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  7. akumaamin786

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    I think if you rename the large file (1.7gb) from .ts to .mp4, it should work.



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    Last edited: Dec 23, 2016
  8. biff2005

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    dont quote me on this but vlc player should work with ts files, you need the right codecs installed on your pc/laptop for these to work
     
  9. Burlesy

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    thats correct biff vlc covers ts files.
    I prefer to convert them to mp4 because almost any device covers mp4 files Hotel TV's games consoles PC/Laptops Mobile devices :)
     
  10. aphuk

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    Just when I thought I was there ... the crap FTP software I tried is hanging up every time I try and copy the file. Can anyone rec' an FTP tool that works on XP ?
     
  11. Burlesy

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    Filezilla
    flashfxp

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