Signed up and thanks for posting the sign up list.
That almost forces one to sign up rather than just waiting for it to happen.....there was one upgrade that took 3 weeks btwn machines when i didnt sign up either...For Multi-Room Viewing to work in software version 9.1, your other DVRs must also be running software version 9.1. Please sign up all DVRs on your account and have 9.1 installed before attempting to use MRV.
The main features areMikeMar said:anyone know what is new in this?
Not the last one.DancnDude said:The main features are
"Advanced Wishlists" so you can do things like exclude words from your searches
Multiroom viewing/TiVo to go for Series 3/HD DVRs
** At this time Multi-Room Viewing is not available on Series3 or TiVo HD units.
9.1 software has the mechanism in place for MRV and TTG for the HD Tivo's. That mechanism will be activated in November.shady said:Not the last one.
I think it's more than a postulation since it's extremely unlikely TiVo would roll out ANOTHER software release (to enable MRV/TTG) so soon on the heels of this one.classicsat said:It is postulated the code for the November release of Series 3 Transfers is in 9.1, but will be enabled later.
I don't recall the previous major software updates affecting MRV in this way. Could this be due to necessary accommodations for HiDef content? Or is it something more sinister relating to DRM?For Multi-Room Viewing to work in software version 9.1, your other DVRs must also be running software version 9.1.
So now the S3/HD supports 1080p video (from where?), and the new hybrid mode will output all SD at 480p, great for those of us (like me) whose TVs can't show 480i over HDMI. Nice job TiVo!Hybrid displays all 1080p and 1080i video at 1080i, 720p video at 720p, and all SD video at 480p. Recommended for TVs that support 1080i and 720p but not 480i.