My TV: Timeshifting not turned off after stopping manual record

Discussion in '0.2.0.0 Release Candidate 3 Release and CVS Bugs' started by amnw14545, March 24, 2006.

  1. amnw14545

    amnw14545 Portal Pro

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    CVS-snapshot from: 24/03/06 1-03

    Windows Version: Windows XP (SP2)
    CPU Type: AMD Athlon 64 3500+
    Memory: 1 GB
    Motherboard: GA-K8NF9 Ultra (Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd.)
    Motherboard Chipset: NVIDIA nForce4
    Motherboard Bios:
    Video Card: XFX Geforce 6600 256MB
    Video Card Driver: 8.1.9.8
    Sound Card: RealTek AC'97
    Sound Card AC3: coaxial out
    Sound Card Driver: 5.10.0.5770
    1. TV Card: Terratec 2400i DT
    1. TV Card Type: DVB-T
    1. TV Card Driver: 1.0.3.255
    2. TV Card: SapphireTech Theatrix ATI550 Pro
    2. TV Card Type: analog
    2. TV Card Driver: 6.14.10.134
    Video Codec: Nvidia PureVideo 4.02-185
    Audio Codec: NVidia PureVideo 4.02-185
    Satelite/CableTV Provider: Sky Digital
    HTPC Case: Silverstone LC16m
    Power Supply: 450w Nesteq 0dBA PSU
    Remote: iMon
    TV: LG RZ32LZ50
    TV - HTPC Connection: DVI



    To Reproduce:
    Start up MP.
    Enter My TV; TV comes on and Timeshifting is off.
    Go into full screen.
    Start a manual record.
    AUTOMATICALLY goes back to previous screen (now not full screen anymore).
    Go back into full screen.
    Exit from full screen to previous screen by pressing ESC (after having right clicked the mouse and dismissed the menu).
    Timeshifting does not go off.
    TV Remains on.

    ** TV should not automatically exit full screen when recording is started.
    ** Timeshifting should not remain on after manual record is stopped.
     
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  3. FlipGer
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    FlipGer Retired Team Member

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    Hi,

    I can confirm this behaviour. This also happens for scheduled recordings.

    - start MP
    - start My TV
    - turn timeshift OFF
    - schedule a recording
    - exit My TV
    - start My TV before the scheduled recording => TS still OFF
    - exit My TV
    - wait for the recording to begin
    - enter My TV => TS is ON (what is OK! :))
    - but TS is still ON after the scheduled recording
    - as a user I would asume it falls back to TS OFF

    Flip.
     
  4. claudio_l2005

    claudio_l2005 Portal Member

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    Windows Version: XP SP2
    CPU Type: AMD Athlon XP 2400+
    Memory: 512 MB
    Motherboard: Asus A7V600-F
    Motherboard Chipset: VIA
    Motherboard Bios: AWARD Asus 1003
    Video Card: ATI Radeon 9250
    Video Card Driver: 8.221.0.0
    Sound Card: Soundmax Analog Devices
    Sound Card AC3: coaxial out
    Sound Card Driver: 5.12.1.3663
    1. TV Card: Skystar 2
    1. TV Card Type: DVB-S
    1. TV Card Driver: 4.3.2
    2. TV Card: Hauppauge PVR150
    2. TV Card Type: analog
    2. TV Card Driver: 2.0.35.23258
    Video Codec: Mpeg2Dec Filter
    Audio Codec: MPEG/AC3/DTS/LPCM Audio Decoder
    Satelite/CableTV Provider: Hotbird 13E
    HTPC Case: Cooler Master
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    TV: Philips bsure SV1
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    Same here
     
  5. ronilse
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    ronilse Retired Team Member

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    Hi,
    The Timeshift off goes back to on it's confirmed & added to Mantis.

    TV should not automatically exit full screen when recording is started here.

    Thanks for reporting bugs ;)
    Regards
    Roy
     
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