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    Recording two channels, unless one channel has back to back programs

    This is a discussion on Recording two channels, unless one channel has back to back programs within the Sky+ forums, part of the Sky & Sky+ TV category; Thanks guys.....

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      Re: Recording two channels, unless one channel has back to back programs

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      Re: Recording two channels, unless one channel has back to back programs

      Yes use the manual recording to get round these problems also soaps are repeated very often on the same night, so you can record at different times, and if you also have another recorder then basic channels can be recorded on that
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      Re: Recording two channels, unless one channel has back to back programs

      I have recorded in exact the same way many times and NEVER encountered this once. Also subtracting a minute from the end of a prog shouldn't cause you to lose anything because sky uses intellectual recording, which means should a prog overun or come on late then sky would realise and record to the 'new' end time. So the 2/3 mins extra at the moment will = 'new' end time + the 2/3 mins extra it is set to at default. This would make 1 min off the current setting ok then wouldn't it?

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      Re: Recording two channels, unless one channel has back to back programs

      I understandwhat you are all saying here that the box should not do it and as a + user for so long my previous box never ever did this. It has only started doing this in the last 6 to 12 months which makes me think that it maybee a new software fault. It happened to me on Battle star gallactica - I wsa busy watching the previuos weeks life on mars.... and again on Sunday (i was taping north hanger abbey as I had to do it for O'level and I wanted to see if it was really that bad.....) But sky just stopped halfway through as Jack moved to being lost..... When the only thing that is lost is half the program on itv....

     

     
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