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GenieGo Hard Drive support?


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#26 OFFLINE   Mike_TV

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Posted 27 June 2013 - 05:55 AM

How did you set up your nomad to "automatically transcode every TV show that I record"   I can't locate this in either settings, or help, or system info.

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Right now you have to manually select each show individually. 



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#27 OFFLINE   Beerstalker

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Posted 28 June 2013 - 12:56 PM

Right now you have to manually select each show individually. 

 

Exactly.

 

I have the Genie Go client on my Desktop PC and leave it running 24/7.  I have checked all TV series that we record so they all auto download to the PC.  So whenever a show is done recording the PC client sees it and then tells the Genie Go to start transcoding it.  Once it's done transcoding it transfers to my PC.  However, the transcoded file stays on the Genie Go (or the USB drive) even after it was transferred to my PC, so after it is done transcoding it will just stay there until it gets deleted from whatever DVR recorded it.  That makes it so whenever I load up the Geni Go app on my iPhone or iPads everything is already transcoded and wiating on my Genie Go.  All I have to do is select the shows I want to transfer to that device and they start transferring right away (I don't have to wait for them to transcode since that was already done for the PC client).  So now instead of having to wait an hour and 5 minutes for a 1 hour show to transcode and transfer to my iPad, I only have to wait 5 minutes.


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#28 OFFLINE   markrogo

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Posted 29 June 2013 - 02:15 AM

Exactly.

 

I have the Genie Go client on my Desktop PC and leave it running 24/7.  I have checked all TV series that we record so they all auto download to the PC.  So whenever a show is done recording the PC client sees it and then tells the Genie Go to start transcoding it.  Once it's done transcoding it transfers to my PC.  However, the transcoded file stays on the Genie Go (or the USB drive) even after it was transferred to my PC, so after it is done transcoding it will just stay there until it gets deleted from whatever DVR recorded it.  That makes it so whenever I load up the Geni Go app on my iPhone or iPads everything is already transcoded and wiating on my Genie Go.  All I have to do is select the shows I want to transfer to that device and they start transferring right away (I don't have to wait for them to transcode since that was already done for the PC client).  So now instead of having to wait an hour and 5 minutes for a 1 hour show to transcode and transfer to my iPad, I only have to wait 5 minutes.

 

It's silly that you need to hack it that way; but that's a pretty awesome hack.



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Posted 29 June 2013 - 05:51 AM

I have the Genie Go client on my Desktop PC and leave it running 24/7.  I have checked all TV series that we record so they all auto download to the PC.  So whenever a show is done recording the PC client sees it and then tells the Genie Go to start transcoding it.  Once it's done transcoding it transfers to my PC.  However, the transcoded file stays on the Genie Go (or the USB drive) even after it was transferred to my PC, so after it is done transcoding it will just stay there until it gets deleted from whatever DVR recorded it. That makes it so whenever I load up the Geni Go app on my iPhone or iPads everything is already transcoded and wiating on my Genie Go.  

 

Unless there's a reason you want all the transcoded shows on the PC all the time, there's no need to keep the PC client up and running 24/7. Once you've made all your "auto-download" selections, the GenieGo device will transcode them on its own. When you eventually do fire up the PC client, you'll be presented with a list of any new transcodes for downloading now or later. And as far as your iOS clients go, you'll still find those shows in "ready to download" on those clients.


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Posted 29 June 2013 - 09:51 AM

Unless there's a reason you want all the transcoded shows on the PC all the time, there's no need to keep the PC client up and running 24/7. Once you've made all your "auto-download" selections, the GenieGo device will transcode them on its own. When you eventually do fire up the PC client, you'll be presented with a list of any new transcodes for downloading now or later. And as far as your iOS clients go, you'll still find those shows in "ready to download" on those clients.

Yep, that's how it works for me and it's great!

 

While I'm away/disconnected, the GenieGO continues to do its job and when I return/reconnect, fire up the client, then I all I need to do is select what I want downloaded.






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