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Topic # 25534 24-Aug-2008 19:32
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I have been pulling my hair out trying to set a manual record time for tonight's Olympic closing ceremony on Media Portal. I don't trust the EPG for TVNZ which chopped off the opening ceremony.  So how to set a manual start and stop time.  I can't find a way of doing it. Have searched the MP forums and some people mention a timer button in the mytv screen but I don't have a timer button anywhere I can see.

It must be easy, it seems like such a simple thing to want to do.

Cheers
Andy

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  Reply # 159395 24-Aug-2008 20:41
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Go to MyTV then schedular, there should be set up basic recording, or advance recording, both allowing you to set a time for the recording.



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  Reply # 159476 25-Aug-2008 09:20
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Under mytv I don't have a "schedular" option.  There is a scheduled but that only shows forward recordings.

I am running
TV-Server Version: RC2
MediaPortal Version: RC2 SVN 07-11-2008

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 159477 25-Aug-2008 09:23
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Ok, got it.  All the options under scheduled were grayed out so I thought you couldn't select them but you can.

Thanks for the help.

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  Reply # 159550 25-Aug-2008 13:36
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I had to look closely at this thread in order to confirm it wasn't the same person talking to themself Smile




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  Reply # 159585 25-Aug-2008 14:45
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Quidam: I had to look closely at this thread in order to confirm it wasn't the same person talking to themself Smile


Indeed thought someone was trying to boost their post count!




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