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XTVFS Reader

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C++ classes and application to read XTVFS and FAT32 file system images

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C++ classes and sample Qt application to read XTVFS and FAT32 file system images. The XTV file system is used on PVR, e.g. Sky+, to store recorded programmes. The class library can be used to copy unencrypted (i.e. free-to-air) programmes from a disk image.

I wanted to extract a recorded program and I was not able to find an open-source tool that could, or even a programming library for accessing xtvfs, so I wrote one. I am calling this alpha as I only wrote it for myself and while it works for my use, it may not suite others. I am not intending to extend the code further but wanted to give others code to start from. If you want to add write support or improve the user experience, you are welcome to contribute / fork the project.

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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers

User Interface

Qt

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2014-01-26

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