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    Default how does the podcatcher work?

    I have figured out how to download individual podcasts, by clicking on the download button in the list of past podcasts that comes up when i click the info tab that comes up when the podcast guide finds a podcast.

    in i tunes or the replay av podcatcher with a click or two i can tell the program to download the podcasts that have not yet been downloaded to my computer. I thought that's what podcatchers do.
    I can't figure out how to do this in rr9, without going manually to the download button for each podcast individually.

    If I "set up" the podcast thru the guide and schedule it to run at a certain time, i have gotten error messages like this:

    File reading failed:
    VLC could not open the file "C:\Program Files (x86)\Applian Technologies\Replay Radio 9\Autoblog Podcasts.txt".
    Your input can't be opened:
    VLC is unable to open the MRL 'file:///C:/Program%20Files%20%28x86%29/Applian%20Technologies/Replay%20Radio%209%2FAutoblog%20Podcasts.txt'. Check the log for details.

    in other words the podcatcher is all but useless to me--am i using it correctly?

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    Default Re: how does the podcatcher work?

    Add a podcast. Change the date to a week behind what it is. You should then be able to get the podcasts that are in that time frame. Make sure you add it from our Media Guide.

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    Default Re: how does the podcatcher work?

    Just out of curiosity, does this come with a tutorial? Like a PDF format perhaps?

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    Default Re: how does the podcatcher work?

    We have our User Guide for Replay Radio. If you haven't checked it out: http://applian.com/replay-radio/support/user_guide

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