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I have looked over the forum and so maybe the answer is out there but under different wording / terminology..
(1) Can two Roamio Basic's share programs? AKA: If program is recorded on Roamio Basic #1 (living room) be viewed on Roamio Basic #2 set up in another room? AKA: Can two Roamio Basic's be on the same network?
(2) If three Mini's connected to the same network with only one Roamio Basic and two of the Mini's and the Roamio Basic all tuned to the same channel does this take three tuners or do they all share the same (one) tuner till one of them changes channels?
IF the answer to #1 is yes... Can you have two Roamio Basic's on the same network along with two Mini's can the Mini's choose programing for playback from either of the two Roamio Basic's? (current Monday, Thur. & Friday programing has me recording on six channels!)
After close to 20 years of being a DirecTV subscriber their leasing/per-set and program charges are forcing me to look else where for my programing, and since 90% of my recorded programs is Network TV which I could record off air I a looking at getting a Tivo again (I say again as my first few DirecTV DVR's were Tivo interface based.) I currently have three HD-DVR's and two HD Receivers that share programing all on the same 1GB rated wired network (Not MOCA), so can I use Tivo's to replicate the same program sharing set-up?
Just noticed that I'm getting TiVo service "communication error"s from the Tivo App and my Tivo's are getting a C133 error and have no online content on the main screen. Someone over at TiVo doing a server maintenance?
I set up a wish list to auto-record my favorite hockey team. It actually starts recording and I can watch while it's recording the game in "my shows", but once it's done it disappears, not to be found anywhere.
I go to history and see why it didn't record (even though it started recording) and it's says it's a duplicate of something that's been done within the last 28 days and that I have to set up to record "everything". Now it records the game that gets replayed around 3 times after the game has been played.
Other than just having it recording "everything", i have the tuners and i have the space, is there a where to work around this that it only records the "live" game? I think I may have to have it not "auto-record" and manually set up each recording. That kinda sucks because I may miss a game because I forgot to record it.
I can't imagine I'm the only one with this problem so I'm sure somebody has a suggestion.
I have a Premiere and an older HD. When I'm streaming Netflix on my Premiere, there seems to be no way to jump to the beginning or end of a movie! We're 1.5 hours into "The Hunger Games" and the only way I can see to restart the movie is to scan backwards through the whole damn thing--which on a streaming movie takes about fifteen minutes!
What's the deal? I changed the remote setting to get rid of the 30-second skip, but that didn't help. If I'm paused, hitting the Advance (or Skip, if you prefer) button jumps ahead 10 seconds, and the Replay jumps back 10 seconds. Same with FF or REW. There are no tick marks to jump to, and it won't jump to the beginning or end.
There's also no "Play from beginning" option when I start the movie, which would help.
Am I missing something, or on the Premiere with the latest Netflix app is it just impossible to jump to the beginning or end of a show? Because if so, that's mind-bogglingly stupid.
I'm already suffering through the incredibly slow HD interface. (Great idea: make the hardware 2x faster and the software 20x slower!) I stuffed the Premiere in our back room and use the older HD for our regular viewing. I feel like Tivo is going the way of too many other tech companies: each update makes their products worse.
Attached to this post is a "weblauncher" module for python HME. The intent is to be able to launch web pages on internal TiVo Opera browser from the TiVo itself. i.e. This is an HME wrapper around launching web pages on TiVo internal browser. Obviously the web launching will only work for series 4 or later TiVos (and Minis).
This may become useful at some point if/when 3rd party html/html5 applications are developed for TiVo.
Once unzipped to top python HME folder all you need to do is edit weblauncher/config.ini to supply your 10 digit MAK, and also to enter 1 or more URLs that you want to be able to launch.
Decided to jump on the Roamio bandwagon, and sell my 648 S3 OLED with lifetime. I replaced the power supply in it and it has a <1 yr old 2T hard drive. I don't know the best place to sell it, though. Should I put it up on eBay? Sell it here? Craig's list?
What's the best move?
Former ion stations in Houston have moved to a low power frequency. In the former ch 49 is now the main ion channel and about ten subchannels. My research reveals they are encrypted premium movie channels and also Spanish Tv. A special reciever is required to pick up the premium channels. The box is from airbox tv. I would not mind Showtime for a small fee. No way I want another box though, the Premiere is doing just fine. I do wonder if the new company box will have a guide since there is a payment plan...and I wonder if Tivo would ever be able to have a compatible device that picks up the encrypted channels?
The show airing tonight ("Car Chase Chaos; Animal Antics") lists an Original Air Date of 9/16/2013 on both my TiVo and Zap2It.com. Since my Season Pass is set to record only new episodes, it was set to be skipped over and not recorded. I had to set a manual recording to ensure it'd get saved.
Does the Premiere allow OTA channels while using the CableCard and if so how? It has 2 coax connectors on back, one for each. It says channel scanning is not possible with my present setup.
I've been using my Roamio for OTA, but getting only 2 channels isn't cutting it (This is my location, but the fault of the Roamio). I called Time Warner to see what they'd charge for the locals only package. They said it would add $20 to my bill (Currently have high speed internet with them), which I thought was ridiculous, but said go ahead anyway, but when I mentioned that I needed a cable card for my Tivo, they flat out refused. I told them they were required by law to issue cable card, and they said yes, but not for this particular package. It REQUIRED their receiver, and REQUIRED a professional $50 install as well. Is this right? Can they refuse to issue cable cards on their basic, locals only package?
Curious what the specs of the Roamio are (Specifically the CPU and RAM, and specifically for the base unit if they're different), and why the 7 year old PS3 runs faster than my Roamio. The speed isn't bad, especially compared to the Premiere, but loading apps is extremely slow compared to my PS3.
I am looking to subscribe to one of the TiVo compatible music services for my Premieres, smartphones and tablets; Pandora, Spotify or Rhapsody. Unless it has changed recently, I know Pandora is more of a radio streaming service so I am probably leaning more toward Spotify or Rhapsody (music on Demand). Which one do you like using with TiVO and why?
What formats does the TiVo Premiere recognize when you enter a custom URL in the "Enter a URL" screen at the http:// prompt?
I've been trying to listen to Priarie Home companion live for 2 years now.
I am looking at possibly getting a mini for my setup. It would be connected to a 4-tuner Premiere that is currently in our bedroom. I would move this Premiere to another location and then put the Mini in the bedroom. All of my TiVos are hard wired via Ethernet connections.
Three questions about the mini:
- Does it now have Netflix on it ( I thought I remember reading here is does, but don't see it mentioned anywhere on the TiVO website)
- Judging from some posts here, I am pretty sure dynamic tuning has been fully implemented, correct?
- Does the Mini still have a 'timeout' feature? I think I read a post that says its at 90mins. Can this possibly be changed and/or removed?
- If possible, is there also an option to 'lock' a tuner from the Premiere? I have other Premieres in my setup so totally dedicating a tuner is a viable option in order to maybe avoid the timeout issue.
I have the new Roamio (4 tuner). I'm trying to hookup up my blu-ray player also. I can't find a HDMI splitter that will work with the Roamio. Can anyone recommend one that will work?
I'm getting a little frustrated with the navigation on my new Roamio. Hopefully I'm just missing something...
When I'm watching a recording and accidentally hit the TiVo menu button - the recording continues in the small window while the TiVo menu pops up. Is there a quick way to clear the menu and resume the recording? Right now I'm going back to my recordings and selecting the show again. It's pretty inconvenient given how frequently we accidentally hit the TiVo button now that it's RF and doesn't require line of sight to the box.
Would love a similar feature for Netflix....but I doubt that exists. :(
Is there a way to get back to what I'm watching quickly? Thanks!
I am thinking about upgrading from a TiVo Elite (TiVo Premiere XL4). However, I am not sure I can justify the upgrade (even though I want too)
Here is what I know is different:
- Faster - My current TiVo seems a little slow, but doesn't bug me too often
- Stream - I don't have an iPad
- More Space - Don't think I have ever used more than 60%
- More Tuners - it happens but is rare I use all 4 tuners
I do have a mini and I love it.
I would get a Pro. I figure I can sell my current TiVo (has a lifetime) and with that the new TiVo would cost me about $500.
What am I missing? How can I justify this? HELP!
I missed recording this. Where would you go to try and obtain this for viewing?
Feel free to IM if necessary.
.....other than a Tivo to Tivo transfer?
Here is my problem..... i have two Tivo Premiers. Both of them are pretty full at this point.
I have tried several times to do a "transfer from pause point" but it does not work. Perhaps that is because both of them are so full.
Is there any other way to accomplish this?
I recently had to factory re-set my Comcast Gateway modem (Arris TG862). All is working fine. I did a diagnostic check on my Premiere XL and it failed the port test saying Port 80 was not open. The Tivo is hard wired to my networked via LAN and can pull down the guides fine (I have guide info to 2/5/14), access my desktop so I can show home pictures and videos on the TV, transfer shows to and from an older Tivo on the network, and Tivo Desktop sees it and lets me download recordings fine. I can also stream Netflix. In short, I don't see that I am missing out on anything so do I need to open that port and what value would it be? Thanks