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Ultimate Geek

# 81263 10-Apr-2011 11:02
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Hi guys, 1st time poster :)

I got MySky installed this weekend, never had Sky before and have only had channels 1,2,3 and prime in the past with shocking reception, so with all the new channels and features of My Sky my mind has been blown!

Anyway, my question is when I have "Add to start/end of recording" to auto, will it do just that? So, say a program starts early, will it kick in and start recording, or if say a sports games goes into overtime will it carry on recording? I would hate to record a match, for it to go into overtime and then I miss the end!

Thanks :)


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Master Geek

  # 457286 10-Apr-2011 19:32
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Welcome to the world of MySky Soctty, generally yes is the answer in my experience. Not 100% fool proof, but most of the time it works.

Like if you have 2 programs due to start after the 1st finishes and it extends, 1 of the 3 will fail, sometime the extend program continues and 1 of the to be recorded programs will clash, sometime of the other way round, not sure what the logic is.

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