Old TV Recordings - New Setup

Discussion in 'MyTV - Engine 0.2' started by feriso, September 1, 2008.

  1. feriso

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    I've just installed a new HD on my htpc and took the chance to reinstall MP-RC2 as it was getting rather flaky on the TV side of thigs. Now I kept all my media and tv recordings on a seperate partion and when I reinstalled MP I just redirected everything to the approriate partition. That all worked fine apart from TV recordings.

    In the TV recordings there used to be a list of all my recordings, most grouped by title. Even though the files (.ts) are still there when I go to the Recorded TV under My TV there is nothing there; am I missing something somewhere?

    (oh and an quicky add-on, how far ahead can you get the WebEPG to see, I can only get the DVB-EPG to do 7 days, I'd prefer 14 if I can get it.)



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    Go to TVServer config\recording settings open database import tab, all your files should show there, if there are a lot it may be very slow to import.

    DVB epg's seem to be maximum 7 days afaik.
     
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    Ah, but why is my digifusion FRT100 14day?
     
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