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Old 02-02-2007, 05:50 AM   #211
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I had a problem doing something like this on my DTV box a few months ago.

I came in and found the end of a movie was on a classic movie channel. However, it ended at the hour and it was now 10 minutes past. When I hit the record button it began recording the current movie (that began on the hour). There was no way to record the last twenty minutes of the movie that was still there, but being deleted by the minute.

I called DTV who eventually transferred me to "second level tech" support. By this time there was less than ten minutes left. They told me that once the new program starts – even though the current 30 minute memory buffer has the last bit of the previous program – there is no way to actually record it since hitting "Record" will only record the current program.

Were they mistaken? Is there a way to do what I had wanted? If there is no way to do this, is this a TiVo fact of life or is it a DTV fact only?

Thanks for any thoughts, clarifications, or suggestions.
It must be a DTV fact only. Ironically, as I was reading your post, I had the TV on and had been watching Andy Griffith on TV Land. That program had ended and The Jeffersons started. I waited until I was 10 minutes into the Jeffersons and I hit the record button on the remote. A screen message asked if I wanted to record The Jeffersons. Uh oh. I selected 'Record this showing..." and let TiVo record for just a few seconds before I hit the record button again. A screen message asked if I wanted to continue recording or stop the current recording. I selected the ladder. I then went into my Now Playing list and sure enough, TiVo had recorded the last 20 minutes of the Andy Griffith Show and the first 10 minutes of The Jeffersons.
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Old 02-06-2007, 09:54 AM   #212
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Hey guys, I am now recently thinking about purchasing a Tivo. I do not know much about how it works. When I get Tivo, I am going to have my Comcast cable going straight into the Tivo box. Can anyone tell me how many channels will I continue to get doing it this way without the Comcast digital box (the Comcast digital box will be relocated to another room). I currently subscribe to all of Comcast channels (the whole package) even the HD channels..
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Old 03-07-2007, 08:05 PM   #213
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When I plug my Comcast coax (RG6) cable directly into the TiVo Series 2 DT it recognizes all the channels up to 97 (probably 99, but I there's nothing on channels 98 and 99). I hope this helps you.
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Old 03-13-2007, 04:35 PM   #214
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Best Way to Copy TiVo to an External HD

I just joined the TiVo community (yep, a Noob in this community), and searched several of the forums for advice on this subject... came up empty (I have a Series 2 TiVo). I know I can use a wireless USB adapter, but I'm more interested in a wired USB connection.

Any advice would be appreciated; tnks in advance.
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Old 03-23-2007, 08:18 PM   #215
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DMHinCO, you are a fantastic asset to this board. Your contribution must have helped hundreds of newbies in the nearly five years since the initial post (which is a cleanup of an earlier thread with the same info). The contributions to your karma must be overwhelming.

Wait, that was me!

The three-year-old I referenced is nine now. She has a sister who is five.

They know we have two rules in our house:

a) We don't watch TV without asking to watch a single specific show from the Now Playing list (no letting one show lead into another and another), and
b) We don't watch commercials in our house. Period.

The kids have gone Christmas after Christmas without asking for garbage they see on commercials. The only time they see them is on vacation or at friends. They really have not seen much on TV that we aren't completely comfortable with. TiVo gives parents so much control.

Of course, after having TiVo for seven years or so, I also don't know much about the endless smorgasbord of products advertised on commercials. Oh well. I'm surviving.

TiVo truly has changed our lives and our kids' lives and the lives of the families we have evangelized to.

Anyway, it was nice to take reminiscing glance at this old post and think about how life was back then.

Thanks to the many people who have thanked me in this thread and thanks to those who have answered the questions along the way without being too harsh.

No, this thread is not the best place to ask questions. But newbies start in this thread first so it's nice that the community has tolerated them.

But I'll remind newbies - use the SEARCH function at this forum for answers to your questions before you post your question. You'll see that there are other better places to post than in this thread.

I'll check in again in another few years to see how this thread is going. I sneak into other parts of the forum from time to time.
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Old 03-27-2007, 02:05 PM   #216
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I'm also new trying to watch dowloads from Tivo desktop using windows media player 10.
I down loaded InterVideo codec and tested it with Windows Media which stated Which stated that it is compatible with WMP10 and is set as the preferred decoder.
Still have sound but no picture.
Can anyone help.
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Old 03-29-2007, 09:37 AM   #217
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If you have two shows that are on simultaneously that you want to record, try to figure out whether one of them is on a cable channel that reruns their shows multiple times during the day. If so, put that show LOWER in your season pass manager. This usually happens in the evening with Prime time shows. The prime-time episodes will conflict, so it will record the one that is on only once during the primetime hours. Then, while you are asleep, it will find a rerun of the repeated show.

For the nightly news, set your recording options as follows: Keep At Most=1 Episode. That way, each day it will delete yesterday's news and record today's. You might also try watching the news with closed captioning turned on and one fast-forward.

For shows that you don't care WHICH episode you have, but you always want one available (e.g., Jeopardy), set your recording options as follows: Keep at Most = 1 Episode and Save Until I Delete. That way, when you watch the episode and delete it, you'll get a new one the next time the show is on. I am using this more and more. Cooking shows, home improvement shows, just about any kid's show that our three-year-old likes, etc.

Experiment with auto-recording wishlists. Two things about them that I'd like to highlight.
a) A regular season pass is channel-dependent. For shows you love that are on multiple networks, don't create a season pass, use an auto-recording wishlist. For example, if you love Law and Order and want to get not only the new episodes but also the reruns on cable, an autorecording wishlist will do it. (However, with this particular show being ubiquitous, you'll have more L&O than anyone could watch.)
b) Create autorecording wishlists for each of the following words: Premiere, Pilot, Finale, and set it to record first run only. That way, when a new show comes out, your TiVo will often catch it. Not always, but often. You can leave it there for a few days and see if any of your friends say "hey that new show x was really good." Then you can watch it. This is particularly effective during the times of the year when new shows are being introduced. Remember if you find one you like, create a season pass for it.

The View Upcoming Episodes is really effective for cooking shows, home improvement shows, shows that have a different musical performer each episode like Sessions at West 54th, etc. For example, if you like Hot Off the Grill with Bobby Flay, you probably won't bother recording it when he is cooking calfbrains, but when he's got a vegetarian quesadilla with your favorite vegetable, you can grab it. Similarly, when Megadeth is on Sessions at West 54th, you can give them the swerve but you'll notice that [insert your favorite performer here] is coming up next week and you can set TiVo to record just that episode.

If you see an ad for a show coming up in the future but it isn't in your program guide since it is more than 12 days in the future, create an autorecording wishlist.

Shortcut keys I find the most convenient: TiVo + 2 takes you to the To Do List. TiVo + 4 takes you to Pick Programs By Title. TiVo + 8 takes you to suggestions. Northrk created a nice cheat sheet at http://www.tivocommunity.com/tivo-vb...&postid=523557

If TiVo keeps telling you that it needs to change the channel to record something, you're watching too much live TV. I suggest you adopt my habit of hitting the TiVo button twice before you turn the TV on. That way, you're looking at the list of things you want to watch, not what the network happens to be (in the middle of) showing at the time. It also dramatically reduces your advertisement intake.

If you have a good, clear signal coming into the TV, you can probably record almost everything except sports on Basic quality.

Try a season pass for Sports Night on Comedy Central. They are all reruns since it was on for only two seasons. I think it is one of the best shows on TV. If you don't like the style (regardless of the politics) of West Wing, you probably won't like Sports Night, which by the way is not about sports. Or politics.

Don't feel compelled to watch everything on your TiVo before it gets deleted. For awhile, I did. It didn't really subside until I upgraded my space and now I have about 100 hours. Before that, I felt like I had to hurry to watch something before it went away. Sometimes things will get deleted without you watching them. Hey, big deal. At least when you were watching TV, it was something you wanted to see rather than whatever drivel was on at the time. Also, just because it says it CAN be deleted doesn’t mean it WILL be deleted. It stays until TiVo needs the space for another show (not a suggestion).

Be careful in setting an autorecord wishlist for popular directors like Alfred Hitchcock. Those movies are on quite a bit and will overwhelm you. Make sure you set “Keep At Most” wisely. One shortcoming in the TiVo is that you can't include the restriction "only record if it is 3.5 or 4 stars." Same advice for actors who have a large body of work.

The Keep At Most setting is really your friend when some station decides to run a dozen episodes of the same show back to back in a marathon. Keeping this set to 3 or 4 episodes for most shows keeps these marathons from consuming too much of your precious hard drive space. It doesn't happen often, but when it does, it can be infuriating.

The Channel Up / Down button is quite useful when you are in the TiVo menus. If you are looking at a list, the channel down button acts as a page down button. If you are looking at a single episode description, the channel down takes you to the next show.

The eight second rewind button is excellent for those of us with bad hearing.

Quick! Give three thumbs down to Paid Programming. Also, remove HSN and other shopping channels from your Channels You Receive list. There, I just saved you much more than the TiVo service fee. :^)

If you remember an old episode of a show that you saw once that you'd like to see again or someone tells you of a movie they liked, create an autorecord wishlist that is specific enough to catch it.

If you're halfway through watching a recorded program, hit left-arrow or TiVo before you turn off the tube. That way, TiVo will know where you left off. Otherwise it will just play to the end of the show and lose your spot.

Put your TiVo on a surge supressor or UPS. Make sure it protects the telephone line as well. Also, if you are using plain cable or antenna, put that through the surge suppressor as well. Search the forum for recommendations. They aren’t very expensive.

Add Wishlists for your favorite performers. That’s my excuse for having “BARENAKED” in my wishlists. Honestly.

Select Play Select 3 0 Select while you are watching a recording toggles on and off the 30-second skip. It replaces the normal function of the skip to end button. ->| It resets each time you reboot or the power fails.

Especially if you have subscriptions to HBO/Showtime/Stars/Encore/Cinemax or whatever, go WILD with creating wishlists by using these fabulous resources:
http://us.imdb.com/top_250_films and http://us.imdb.com/Charts/Votes/ and http://www.afi.com/tv/lists.asp.

Don't forget the wildcard character when creating a wishlist. It is the SLOW button. Example, a wishlist for Muppet* catches the Muppet Movie and the Muppet Show since they are singular. It also catches Muppets Take Manhattan since Muppets is plural.

If space is at a premium, consider using manual recordings to catch just the portion that you like of a particular show. Some examples:
o If you only watch the monologue (Dave, Jay, Craig, whoever), consider recording just the first 20 minutes or so.
o If you only want the weather, figure out what time your local news slots their weather into. Record a short block that includes that time. Don't forget KAM=1. Seeing yesterday's weather forecast would just reduce your faith in today's.
o If you only want the top stories without the human-interest fluff, pick a good time each day and grab the first 10 minutes of Headline News or one of the other news programs. Again, KAM=1.
o Some shows save the best for last, or recap the whole episode at the end. A couple examples might be America's Funniest Home Videos (with the top three repeated at the end) or some of the home improvement DIY shows where they recap the project at the end. Consider recording just the last ten minutes.
o Some home improvement shows have a segment at the end with how to use a particular tool. Other shows have specific segments like this. If you find yourself FFing to get to those spots and you never watch the other parts of the show, consider recording just the good parts.

If space is at a premium on your recorder (as it is on most unhacked standalones), consider instructing TiVo to make a 5-minute manual recording at 7:00 AM on, say, your NBC local affiliate. That way, when you awaken, TiVo will have stored in its buffer up-to 30 minutes of your favorite morning show, without having to record the entire 2 or 3 hours of the show.

Even if you live alone, you should set a parental controls password. If you don't care to prevent anything from being accessible, then set it to allow all ratings. This is important when you have a guest who picks up your remote and accidentally gets into parental controls. If that guest sets your password and forgets it, you will need to jump through some hoops with the customer service reps. So set your password yourself, or someone else may.

If you want to *keep* a particular segment on the Today show, you can watch live until the part you want comes up and then hit record. TiVo saves the 30-minute segment in the buffer. Stop recording right after your segment is over. This saves the interesting part in a 30 minute block rather than the whole length of the show.

Be careful with "padding." That is, setting your TiVo to start recording a bit early and/or end recording a bit late. This is less of a problem with the DirecTiVo with dual tuners, but it can still happen. If you ask for a 7:00 half-hour show to end 1 minute late, it will not be able to schedule another show starting at 7:30. The dual-tuner DirecTiVo runs into this same problem only if the other tuner is busy at that time also. Having said that, if you do choose to pad (NBC on Wednesdays and Thursdays is notoriously bad about starting early) because you don't want to miss any of your favorite show, two minutes padding (or for that matter, 15 minutes) is usually no more of a problem than one minute padding in the above case.

Friends don’t let friends watch Live TV! Become an evangelist by running to any local retailer with a 30-day return policy. Take a brand new TiVo over to your friend's house and set it up for her. Better yet, set it up at your house and then take it over and install it. Pay the first month's service. Tell her it is your "loaner machine" and she can keep it for three weeks. Call a couple days later to see if there are any tips you can give. Then call two weeks later and announce you are going to pick it back up. In my experience, if you have set it up for your friend, she'll want to keep it because she loves it. If she doesn't want it, the retailer will still take it back until 30 days has passed. And you can get your TiVo subscription fee for the first month refunded. But again, I think she's keeping it. The times my friends have chosen NOT to keep it were times when I didn't hook it up to their TV and therefore they just let it sit in the box for two weeks.

This applies to DirecTiVos primarily since lineup changes are forced on us with DirecTiVo. Set your Channels You Receive exactly the way you want it. Then go into favorite channel setup and "Add ALL." Then in the live guide select to display favorites only. From that point on, if DTV adds channels, you will not see them in the live guide. Favorites only update when you tell them to. Of course this does not prevent TiVo from trying to use those channels to record suggestions or wishlists from or remove them from Search By Title. Nonetheless, for most of the channels that get added, like MLB, most people do not have auto-record wishlists that would find shows there.

Before you go out to buy an A/V sound system or a TV, do a search through this forum to make sure you don't buy one of the (few) receivers or TVs that can't be controlled by a TiVo remote. I believe this is less of a problem with the Sony units. I have a cheap AIWA receiver and my Philips remote won't talk to it.

If you have a standalone TiVo, there are occasionally problems with your cable company changing its lineup or Tribune thinking it did. This will result in your TiVo deleting all of your season passes. It hasn't happened to me, but if it happens to you, it will be painful. So take a spare VCR tape, start recording, and then go into your Season Pass Manager and scroll through the entire list, nice and slow. Then do the same thing for your list of WishLists (Tivo+3). You may even want to take the time to go into the recording details of some or all of your season passes and auto-record wishlists."

Use Standby to record a show and still watch live tv on another station. Put TiVo in standby, hide the remote, and use your old TV remote to watch what ever you want. You might also use this with babysitters or house sitters so they can just use the standard clicker and not mess up your TIVO recordings. This is dependent on how you have wired up your TiVo. Do a search in the forum for advice.

Two viewers in your house? My wife and I have a system so we don't delete shows that the other may still want to watch. We got this idea from someone smart on this forum, but I forgot whom. After I watch something, I start back at the beginning and FF to 5 minutes into the show (and hit Pause to avoid the autocorrect). I leave it there. When my wife scrolls through and sees the show says "resume playing," she knows if it is at the 5 minute mark, she can safely watch it and delete it (or delete it if she isn't interested). If it is anywhere else in the show, she knows I am still watching it and not to delete it. It works the same with the shows she watches first.

Tivolution Magazine and Showcases are fine, but if you want to see what movies are upcoming on YOUR channels, go to "record by title" and select the category "movies" and select a subcategory (such as action, comedy, etc.) if you want to. Then when it asks for a title enter a numeral zero to start at the beginning and you will get an alphabetical list of all movies (or all movies in that subcategory) that are scheduled on your channel lineup. It may be a lot of movies (esp. if you do have pay movie channels or you don't use a subcategory), but it's not too hard to skim the 8 or so titles per screen, and page through the list with "channel down."

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Old 06-15-2007, 02:29 PM   #218
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I'm fairly new to TiVo and this board provides a lot of great information. Thanks and keep up the great work.
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Old 07-05-2007, 12:14 PM   #219
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thanks for that...just sent off for mine..
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Old 07-10-2007, 11:28 PM   #220
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I am such a newbie, no more than an hour 'old'. Question: I don't have cable TV. My son does. I buy the Tivo system for him, he records what I want. Can I then download from the TiVo to my laptop those recordings; return home and watch?
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Old 08-02-2007, 11:07 AM   #221
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Very good post.

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Old 09-27-2007, 11:52 PM   #222
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Old 10-23-2007, 02:02 AM   #223
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Old 11-14-2007, 02:53 PM   #224
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I like the new feature on the board that when you go post a new thread a box pops up with related or similar threads that have been posted before so you're posting the same thing.
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Old 01-10-2008, 06:05 PM   #225
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DMHinCO, that was a really helpful post you made for everyone! Thanks

I did think of one possible improvement to one of your suggestions.

You wrote: "For shows that you don't care WHICH episode you have, but you always want one available (e.g., Jeopardy), set your recording options as follows: Keep at Most = 1 Episode and Save Until I Delete. That way, when you watch the episode and delete it, you'll get a new one the next time the show is on. I am using this more and more. Cooking shows, home improvement shows, just about any kid's show that our three-year-old likes, etc."

In case of a sleepless night or something unexpected, I would suggest that you increase the 'Keep at Most' to 2 Episodes for a select few favorites, and leave everything else exactly the same. That way, you always have a show available to you, even if you've watched one and the next one hasn't yet recorded.
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Question Connection Problems w/Tivo and Verizon FIOS Wireless

I am a very frustrated newbie. I have been trying for a week to get my TIVO to work with Verizon FIOS. I know it's something I'm doing wrong. I know that it communicates with the network because I can get movies from Amazon Unbox and it does download the basic cable programming. I'm confused as to where I find the SSID and if it's for the adapter on the TIVO or the FIOS router and where do you find it? And is the password you use the same one you use to sign on to the computer? I have gone all thru TIVO help verizon help. I don't have a cable box or anything to hook up to the TIVO box so it keeps searching for the connection? HELP, please. If this is here somewhere, I'm sorry I missed it but I am so tired and frustrated.
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Old 02-02-2008, 05:38 PM   #227
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If you have an Actiontec wireless router from Verizon, its SSID will by default be something like UG379. I believe it is printed on the back or bottom of the router. The default password is the serial number printed on the router.
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Question Remote Shortcut FAQs Word Document?

The original post referenced by the first post in this thread:
"Shortcut keys I find the most convenient: TiVo + 2 takes you to the To Do List. TiVo + 4 takes you to Pick Programs By Title. TiVo + 8 takes you to suggestions. Northrk created a nice cheat sheet at http://www.tivocommunity.com/tivo-vb...&postid=523557"
has been moved to the archives. I found it, but the attached MS Word document, titled "Remote Shortcut FAQs" is no longer available from that post. Does anyone know if this document has been kept current since 2002, and if so, where it can be found? Thanx,
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Old 11-04-2008, 02:40 PM   #229
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A friend just gave me a HDR312 TiVo - never used. I currently have a DirecTV DVR with one year left on commitment. Is it practical to use the TiVo instead of the DVR?
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Enjoying my TiVo Premier 4 and cant find anything recommending to keep it on 24/7 or power off while I am gone to work or asleep. I have plugged it through a power strip which makes this easy. Recommendations please ? thanks
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Old 05-06-2013, 01:24 AM   #231
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can't find anything recommending to keep it on 24/7 or power off while I am gone
Try this thread, titled "Is it okay to turn the TiVo off (i.e. unplug) every night?":

http://www.tivocommunity.com/tivo-vb...d.php?t=492810

To summarize that thread, the top reasons to keep a TiVo powered on 24/7 are to maintain a healthy hard disk, retain certain settings that don’t survive a reboot, and to ensure your Season Passes and Suggestions get recorded.
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Enjoying my TiVo Premier 4 and cant find anything recommending to keep it on 24/7 or power off while I am gone to work or asleep. I have plugged it through a power strip which makes this easy. Recommendations please ? thanks
While you are at work or asleep is when the TiVo should be doing most of its work. Even if you have a short commute to work (30 minutes or so) and never work any overtime at all, you are still going to be working about 50 hours a week or more, and presumably sleeping, eating, and taking care of other daily issues at least 65 hours a week. That is 115 hours or more out of 168, or 70% or more of the time. Most of the good stuff is going to be on during that time.

Other than a small power savings, there is nothing at all to recommend shutting off the TiVo, and quite a bit to recommend not.
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And since you're going to be leaving it plugged in, leave it plugged into a UPS!
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