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    Question Starting to Record After Scheduled Time

    Suppose that, for whatever reason, I have re-started Replay A/V after a show's scheduled start time, but the show is still running.

    For example, Replay A/V is scheduled to record from 3 pm to 6 pm. At 3:30 pm, I reboot my PC and Replay A/V starts.

    It's been my experience that Replay A/V doesn't recognize that a scheduled show is in progress, and doesn't record until the the start time of the next scheduled recording.

    In such a case, i.e. at 3:30 pm in this example, if I manually start the recording, will Replay A/V continue recording forever (until I manually stop it), or will Replay A/V recognize the scheduled show's stop time, and automatically stop at the scheduled stop time?

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Starting to Record After Scheduled Time

    If you manually start a show recording you will need to manually stop the show as well.

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    Default Re: Starting to Record After Scheduled Time

    ^ yeah. very much that one.


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