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I have 2 MEs, one using 3.9.2 which has EXT3 disk and is normally used, the other with EXT3 disk using 3.3.1 used occasionally for tough scanning, mostly just as spare and a place to keep a backup HD. I tested with OpenRSI 3.0 enigma 2013-01-02 last upgrade 2015-06-26. 4100H@97W records on it, and Linux VLC 2.2.6 plays it nicely after selecting the #2 audio track. CWD (4120V@97W) both records and plays back with it, but attempting to play the only CWD recording I made as yet with the ME crashes VLC 2.2.6 instantly. HD+ recordings from CWD also crash VLC, but the HD+ plays them.

I tested CWD recordings also in Linux SMplayer-16.7.0-4.1. It only plays the audio. MPV-0.25.0-15.2 does play video and audio OK. When I find a spare round tuit I'll try a different PC with newer VLC and SMplayer versions.

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