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KFOR Ch. 4 OKC

Discussion in 'DIRECTV Programming' started by markrubi, Dec 6, 2012.

  1. markrubi

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    Anyone else having issues with pixelation or brief audio/video freezes? I have an hr24 that is doing this. I was watching buffered video earlier and did the same on another HR21 same buffered content and it was only on the one dvr. Watching Koco it hasn't done it yet. I'm trying to determine if its a local channel issue or dvr.
     
  2. dettxw

    dettxw MRVing

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    OTA or LiL?
    A few minutes of each looks okay so far.
     
  3. markrubi

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    LiL. I have another hr24 it seems fine on KFOR. The one with problems has about 12% free. I'm thinkings it's this one dvr. I'm going to reboot it see if that helps.
     
  4. dettxw

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    Been monitoring both OTA & LiL and no problems.
    Good luck with your DVR.
     
  5. SomeRandomIdiot

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    Cannot speak for the HR24, but for the earlier HR2x series, when a Hard Drive has single digits free you certainly get into the conditions you describe. It would not surprise me if you see some of this at 12% on any HR2x unit.

    The fact that you see it on one unit and not the other confirms it.

    I ran dual recordings for a period of time with units of single digit free space and 90% free units. When I hit a spot with freezes, I checked the same on the 90% free units - and they were fine.

    After seeing this for myself multiple times, I changed my configuration around to alleviate the issue.
     

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