Where Does MediaPortal Save the Recordings? (1 Viewer)

primetime

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Umm... yeah.. so where does it save it? I tried looking in my video folders to no avail.
 

scoop

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    Hi,

    It's a setting you can change per capture card. So, go to Television --> Capture cards --> Select your card and click "Edit" --> Choose "Recordings" tab

    There, you can "specify the folder in which the recordings of this TV card should be saved".

    Kind regards,
    Michel
     

    FlipGer

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    Hi,

    default path is /own documents/my recordings/

    Path can be found and specified in:
    Setup->Television->Cards->Edit->Recordings

    HTH, Flip.
     

    primetime

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    Thanks guys.

    I have another question about recordings. In GBPVR, there's a program that sits in your System tray that downloads program guides, does the scheduled recordings all without starting GBPVR. (Like a background process, you just set the shows you want to record in GBPVR, exit and do other stuff in Windows like type a report, etc and the background process records silently)

    Is there a similar plugin or program for that in MediaPortal?
     

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