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Roamio off by a minute?

Discussion in 'TiVo Roamio DVRs' started by sirfergy, Aug 29, 2013.

  1. sirfergy

    sirfergy New Member

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    The time on my Roamio is off by a minute, so all my recordings start early and are cutoff. How can I fix?
     
  2. SlappyMcgee

    SlappyMcgee New Member

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    I have that issue on my TivoHD but it is normally with recordings on Comedy Central. I think a couple other networks are off by 1 minute and so it starts early and ends early on the shows. For the shows it cuts off on I have just modified the Season Pass to stop recording 1 minute after the show ends
     
  3. gothaggis

    gothaggis New Member

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    yeah, I was under the impression this is something the networks / cable company does to get you to watch more advertisements. It happens on certain networks more than others.

    best thing to do is change your recording to record a few minutes before/after the actual start/end time.
     
  4. sirfergy

    sirfergy New Member

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    In my case, the time is off by a minutes compared to my other clocks, and all shows are in this state. My Premiere didn't have this issue.
     
  5. jrtroo

    jrtroo User

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    One of the biggest perks of having multiple tuners is to be able to adjust the start/stop time for networks who don't align their shows properly with actual local time without clipping other content.
     
  6. Dan203

    Dan203 Super Moderator Staff Member TCF Club

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    The clock on all TiVos is set by the TiVo server when it makes it's daily call. Try forcing a call and see if it fixes the clock.
     
  7. lessd

    lessd Active Member

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    OK now I have to go check my Roamio time... Called in about 1/2 hour ago time to the second.
     

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