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Full Date on Recordings

Discussion in 'TiVo Premiere DVRs' started by michael1248, Apr 1, 2014.

  1. michael1248

    michael1248 Member

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    Is there a setting that would allow me to see what year I recorded some shows? I've had some shows since I first got my Premiere and was just curious what actual year I recorded them. I can only see the month and day from the info screens.
     
  2. ThAbtO

    ThAbtO TiVoholic by the bay

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    Press INFO while on the program screen.
     
  3. unitron

    unitron Active Member

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    Did that change with the premiere of the Premiere?

    'Cause on S2s and S3s, that only gets you original air date, when you might have recorded a later re-run.
     
  4. d_bondi

    d_bondi New Member

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    I'm only seeing "First Aired"
     
  5. telemark

    telemark New Member

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    Some of the PC software will show the full date / year recorded, so this is limited by the Tivo display.
     
  6. JWhites

    JWhites New Member

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    The whole "first aired" thing is subjective to the show itself, which is annoying.

    Some recordings show the "first aired" like "Today" as the first episode ever 1/14/52 while other shows like "Glee" show on the day it aired 4/1/14
     
  7. JoeKustra

    JoeKustra Cable only

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    Very annoying. Continuum tonight is a "new" season and the date shown is for Canada.
     
  8. L David Matheny

    L David Matheny Active Member

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    The first-aired date is supposed to be the date on which this particular episode first aired, but as you say it's often misinterpreted and ends up being the date on which the first episode of the series aired. That may be harmless for most news shows since everybody knows they don't repeat, but it causes confusion in other cases.
     

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