A new iPhone app just came out that uses face recognition to tell you who the celebrity is. Like Shazam, except it uses video instead of audio to ID the person. Pretty wild. But would you use it?
I could see this being especially useful for TiVo users because you could pause and rewind until you get a good shot of the actor you're trying to identify. Anybody heard of this or tried it yet?
The wife and I hard going to be in Orlando in serveral weeks. About the only theme park we haven't been to is the Harry Potter attraction at Universal Studios. I can't figure out from the Universal Studio if this is part of the "Islands of Adventure" or the "Universal Studios" side of the theme park. Can anybody tell me?
Also, is there any particular order to try to take in the attractions at Harry Potter in order to avoid lines? The wife is mostly interested in the 4D ride and anythings else that isn't a roller coaster. I wouldn't mind doing the roller coaster (I've done it back before it was re-themed for Harry Potter and it's a pretty good pair of rides).
Thanks for advice.
I have approximately 20 videos stored on my NAS (Apple Time Capsule) and have made the path available to TiVo desktop (Mac version). It works well for a while, then after a few sleep/wake cycles, I can no longer access the videos from either of my TiVo Premiere's. If I stop the service from within TiVo Desktop then restart it, all works well again for a while. I'd hate to have to repeat this process every time I want to watch one of these videos. Is there a more reliable method?
I sat the recording via the Guide last week, even added an extra hour when it prompted me. I get home last night at 11:30 and turn on the TV, and my TiVo tried to tape the Grammy's starting at 5 PM, and ended up taping the news and 60 Minutes.
West Coast, am I the only one?
Ok, as you know, I expanded my Premiere 4 to 2tb, works good!
I said I would get an expander. WD, certified for tivo.
I plugged it in, it went throught its 'adding space' messages, and rebooted. Upon reboot, it went into the expand space message again
So the conclusion is that you CANNOT add an expander to a JMFS 1.04 upgraded internal disk.
I'm sure it is a partition thing.
I think an 'Apple_free' partition (as partition 15) needs to be made to force a partition 16/17 pair as free. Which Tivo must use to add an expander.
I think JMFS needs to figure out how to add a coalesced partition. IE, add the new expanded space into the other MFS region on the disk. Not adding a new MFS region. This might require using JMFS on a no-data disk.
May have been brought up before, but would definitely make things easier when watching an entire folder and to stay coherent needs to be in OAD..."Fringe" or "lost" comes to mind.
Sad that Daryl went with his brother and that Rick didn't find a way to kill him before that decision had to be made. I am hoping/thinking that Daryl will come back but who knows with this show.
Glen is awesome!!!!
Sad that Rick went crazy at the very end. I guess it's a stress thing.
I am betting those two guys in the new group do something to mess up the relationship maybe even causing Carl to shoot them.
I have a Series 3 (OLED) that needs a new hard drive. This unit will be used in a basement rec room and not heavily used. Therefore, I just want to get an inexpensive replacement. Another 250GB drive would be fine with me. I also have a Series 3 image. I have used it for another Series 3 I have (along with WinMFS) to restore it to working condition. It worked great so I can prepare this one myself as well.
Trying to find a CURRENT list of good replacement drives to pick from. My initial research seems to indicate that I should go with a Western Digital 3.0Gb/s SATA "Blue" Caviar brand/model. Does this sound about right? I realize its probably gonna be hard to find a NEW 250GB SATA drive as this size is probably not really made anymore so can go with something larger if needed (320GB or 500GB) & the price is right. Been looking at Newegg.com, Amazon and TigerDirect. I'm wondering if this about the best I'm gonna be able to do:
Again, I'm not looking to spend a lot, but also wanted to find a CURRENT list of good hard drive replacement brands.
the 10 second rule thing is just getting to be a gimmick when he comes back in later :rolleyes:
the hoodie pillow seemed like a joke sorta. it seems like it would restrict you just in another way vs a traditional sweater. the airplane thing i could see being useful but will they let you on a plane wearing that or consider you a terrorist?
i still dont get the ice thing..is it just preventing the water from dripping off the can and keeping it insulated by being airtight underneath it? id love to do a test of 'hours later' claims he made about top vs bottom etc
chewing is gross as hell but i guess if you are gonna do it, may as well do it with non tobacco products:rolleyes:
i dont have as much dry cleaning as thesee people so the garment bag seems like something a bit silly to me
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This is very strange, but over a period of time our P4 started losing reception on channels - I didn't notice until my husband complained - as he's the one that watches offbeat channels.
Yesterday it got a lot worse and a tons of channels we're saying "no signal" so we contacted the cable support people.
Our setup -
BrightHouse standard cable
We were watching something on our AppleTV via network (not Tivo), then something on YouTube via Tivo - then that video froze. At that point we were not receiving ANY cable channels.
I reset the Tuning Adapter a couple of times - no help there
Figuring it was fault with the cable company I went to watch a recorded Tivo show - and nothing would play.
The Tivo had to be unplugged.
That cleared it up!
The advanced level tech from Brighthouse said that Tivos need to be shut down every week or so to clear them out. I don't know about that - but in this case, for whatever reason, ours died a slow temporary death until it was power cycled.
I just noticed this the other day surfing around in settings -
Settings & Messages> Settings > Remote, CableCARD, & Devices > Allow Live TV on Other Devices
To me, this is actually BAD NEWS. I have a P4 and sometimes actually record 4 shows at once!
What's it's saying is - if you add a Mini - you're going to lose a tuner permanently - unless you like going to the host Tivo and changing the setting temporarily every single time you want to also use the Mini - (or if you want to record 4 shows).
RECORDING ON THE HOST TIVO SHOULD TAKE PRIORITY
over any other devices IMHO, and cut them off as needed - at least as an OPTION!!!!! But that's not an option - Add a Mini = Lose a tuner - is your only option.
That's a deal breaker for us - we won't be buying a Mini now.
I have Three TIVO Premiers:
LR = 75 hour, hard wired to the network - Added in last 30 days.
DR = 75 hour, hard wired to the network.
BR = 45 hour, TIVO Wireless G USB adapter.
Before adding the LR, we were able to successfully stream SD video between BR & DR with some glitches in playback. I knew streaming wasn't supported over wireless so I accepted those.
Since adding LR, I can stream from BR & LR with the same glitches. My problem is with streaming from BR to DR. First of all BR shows up two times on the now playing list on DR. Selecting the first instance shows no recordings. My recordings do show on the second listing, but when I try to play any of them I get the following message...
"The TIVO Box was not able to record this program because there was no video signal on the channel. You may have been trying to record on a channel that you do not receive."
...The same recording plays fine from the BR or the LR TIVO. It will also play fine from the DR TIVO if I transfer it.
Any ideas? I have restarted the offending boxes multiple times.
Thanks for any assistance.
It seems like over the last month or so that a few issues have come up when we record off of Directv.
1. On one of the TiVo/Directv setups, we always get the screen that says to press EXIT to tell it that you want SD. This one is set up with an HD TV and also a SD TV.
2. Also, when watching the SD TV, the HD TV needs to be on if you are watching pay TV or the SD TV goes totally black.
3. The other is a TiVo/Directv setup where there is only an HD TV. The TV must be on when recording from pay TV or the recording is totally black.
Taylor Swift seems to have stolen Lady Gaga's ensemble.
I've recently started watching The Following of Fox. The antagonist, Joe Carroll, reminds me in many ways of Red John from The Mentalist. Both series feature a cult of serial killers. In the mentalist the Red John story is a subplot and backstory and character motivator, but each episode stands alone. In The Following the Joe Carroll story is the primary plot and each episode is directly related to Joe Carroll.
If the two had a battle of the serial killers, who would win? My money is on Red John.
Here's my situation. I have a TiVo HD with a 1TB upgraded hard drive. The TiVo was freezing during playback. It would affect recordings and live tv at the same time. (i.e. if I were watching a recording and it would start freezing, if I could switch to live TV, the problem would be there as well. It would occasionally result in a system reboot. Eventually the problem spread to include the menu system. The TiVo won't even respond to remote commands (amber LED doesn't blink). Rebooting became more frequent.
I replaced one bad capacitor and several others. Just in case. That did not help.
I reinstalled the 500GB drive (used it to replace the original 160 GB drive) and everything seems to work as it should. No hiccups.
I bought a new 2TB WD20EURS to replace the 1TB.
Since the 1TB drive has all my current Season Passes, AWRLs and recorded shows on it, I cloned it onto the 2TB drive.
The 2TB drive is expanded and supersized.
The problem: The 2TB drive now seems to have the same problems as the 1TB drive. I'm guessing the corrupt operating system was just copied to the new drive.
My tools: I do not have a computer with SATA ports. The only computer I have is my laptop. I used two USB/SATA cables to do the cloning, expansion and supersizing.
Question: Is there any way that I can replace only the operating system and save the recordings, season passes, and AWRLs? I know it seems like a lot to ask for, but I'd really like to keep those things.
I have several hours of Hi Def recordings on the drive that I'd like to keep. The thing is, that transferring them to a PC with TiVo Plus won't work because the TiVo won't run long enough without freezing and requiring a hard reboot.
I installed Galleon 2.5.5 on Mac OS 10.8.2 but Galleon Server starts and stops.
Console shows these messages:
-no information back from LS about running process
-Unrecognized Java VM option ignored: -server
I have reinstalled Galleon to no avail.
Anyone has any ideas what to do next?
While we missed out on timely TiVo Premiere Fall Update coverage, the fact that TiVo platforms are not updated in lockstep gives us an opportunity to circle back as RCN TiVo Premieres have just received AOL On and some new casual games… as the cable provider had requested. The four new games (displayed above, without icons) are powered [...]
I didn't see a thread for all of season one so I thought I'd start one. :)
I really like this show, watched the entire season in two days. It's well acted with lots of plot twists. Though the only factual part about it is Congress does meet in Washington DC. Beyond that it's just pure, delicious fiction. :)