[mythtv-users] scheduling not using all three tuners?
ijr at case.edu
Mon Apr 10 20:42:33 UTC 2006
On Monday 10 April 2006 16:37, Steven Adeff wrote:
> On 4/10/06, Isaac Richards <ijr at case.edu> wrote:
> > On Monday 10 April 2006 16:00, Yeechang Lee wrote:
> > > Steven Adeff <adeffs.mythtv at gmail.com> says:
> > > > Ok, I'm clearly not understanding some of your definitions for
> > > > things(even after reading the soft buffer thread it seems).
> > >
> > > Believe me, Steve, you're not the only one. I mentally tuned out the
> > > last one (the one referenced this time around) because people kept
> > > arguing about "pre-roll" and "post-roll," phrases which as far as I
> > > can tell are *nowhere mentioned in the mythfrontend settings*. I'm
> > > paying a little more attention now, but I'll bet you and I aren't the
> > > only ones confused (and, as I think Marco noted, it doesn't help that
> > > the in-application settings description for what I *think* are
> > > "pre-roll" and "post-roll" are, as we've [I believe] learned,
> > > *completely misleading*).
> > 'Time to record before start of show (in seconds)':
> > This global setting allows the recorder to start before the scheduled
> > start time. It does not affect the scheduler. It is ignored when two
> > shows have been scheduled without enough time in between.
> > 'Time to record past end of show (in seconds)':
> > This global setting allows the recorder to record beyond the scheduled
> > end time. It does not affect the scheduler. It is ignored when two shows
> > have been scheduled without enough time in between.
> > are both completely accurate descriptions of what the settings do. 'It
> > does not affect the scheduler' says it all. After the scheduler is done,
> > those values are added on to the start and end times, if possible.
> then why did it not use my third tuner to obtain the 30 seconds time
> to record before start of show?
Read what I wrote: 'After the scheduler is done' and 'It does not affect the
scheduler'. The scheduler decides what records where. I'm unsure how this
can be any clearer.
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