HR10 Skip problem...

Discussion in 'DirecTV TiVo Powered PVRs & Receivers' started by hybucket, Aug 22, 2007.

  1. hybucket

    hybucket Member

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    I've never had a problem with the 30-second skip thing on my HR 10 - but tonight I'm watching THE COMPANY recorded on TNTHD, and the 30-second skip is going forward only 5 or 10 seconds (hard to tell). It works fine on other recorded programs from other channels. ANy one else experience this?
     
  2. JimSpence

    JimSpence Just hangin'

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  3. hybucket

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    Thanks - I was sure I'd seen it somewhere, but couldn't find it.
    BTW, halfway into the program, and it now works. Go figure.
     
  4. JimSpence

    JimSpence Just hangin'

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    Yeah, that seems to be the way it works. It is some what haphazard.
    Have you noticed that the 8s replay is messed up as well?
     
  5. TyroneShoes

    TyroneShoes HD evangelist

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    HDN seems to have this problem a lot. Sometimes it affects the entire program, and sometimes not. Just last week I recorded some movie over there and by mistake I recorded it on two HR10's (same exact time). It was doing the 5-second thing, and I compared it to the other recording on the other HR10, and that one was fine :eek: . About a half-hour later the original one was OK as well.

    I used to watch Joan of Arcadia on HDN last year (maybe on HDNM) and it seemed to do it on every episode I recorded.

    My theory is that something in the bitstream that is like a timestamp to the 30-second FFW thing is not being interpreted properly, but even if that theory is right, it doesn't help any of us much :eek: .
     
  6. hybucket

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    Yup - that's screwed up as well.
    And yes, I've also had all kind of weird things recording/playing back stuff from HDNet.
     

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