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# 206024 7-Dec-2016 10:09
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Mate told me that on Sky PPV via MySky HDi box, I cannot pause or record the PPV feed?

 

Thinking of Parker vs Ruiz, need to go to boys room, pizza arrives etc. Is it live only?


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  # 1683718 7-Dec-2016 10:35
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I would have thought you could pause/record. Pretty sure you can with all their other PPV stuff. Never tried though.


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  # 1683760 7-Dec-2016 10:59
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Pausing and recording is possible for Sky Arena events. 
Recordings will remain available for 2 days past recording start date and become unavailable for playback past two days from event start.

 

Movies cannot be recorded.  Pretty sure trickplay (pause/rewind) is also not available for Pay per view movies.





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  # 1684286 7-Dec-2016 21:10
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ZollyMonsta:

 

Pausing and recording is possible for Sky Arena events. 
Recordings will remain available for 2 days past recording start date and become unavailable for playback past two days from event start.

 

Movies cannot be recorded.  Pretty sure trickplay (pause/rewind) is also not available for Pay per view movies.

 

 

Mostly correct, Movies not from ondemand can be recorded and expire after 3 days and also pause and rewind (assuming you have mysky. If not then only the ones from on demand or the ones on the box can be paused.

 

 


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