[mythtv-users] Is multirec working good for anyone?

Alex Butcher mythlist at assursys.co.uk
Fri Feb 25 11:27:23 UTC 2011

On Fri, 25 Feb 2011, Andrew Herron wrote:

> On Thu, Feb 24, 2011 at 10:12 PM, raptor jr <raptorjr at hotmail.com> wrote:
>       How is multirec working out for you?
>       For me it doesn't seem to work very well. If a recording is in progress and another starts on the same card, both fail. If my first and second card
>       are recording and i wan't to watch LiveTV, which should be possible on the other channels that are on the same MUX, it is not possible to change to
>       another channel, i can only watch the one that is recording on my "LiveTV card", ie the last card in my setup. With the OSD i am able to browse to the
>       other channels on the same MUX, but when i try to switch channels it takes a while and then i'm back on the one recording.
>       I'm using DVB-C and the latest trunk version of Myth.
>       Is this working for anyone? It seems that it would be a nice feature if it worked.
>       /Stefan
> Works fine here in the UK on Myth 0.24-fixes with either DVB-S PCI or USB2 tuners or my HDHR on DVB-T. We often have 3-4 multi-rec recordings going on
> simultaneously on the same multiplex at various times most evenings... due to diverse TV consumption habits in our household!

Same here. Using a single-tuner Nova-T and a dual-tuner Nova-T-500 for
DVB-T.  I've even recently configured 4 virtual (multirec) tuners per
physical tuner (i.e. giving a total of 12) without problems.

> Andrew

Best Regards,

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