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#1 OFFLINE   demogawd

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Posted 15 July 2007 - 03:12 PM

I switched from an HR10-250 and am getting used to it, however I have a couple questions. When you pause, ff, or rewind there is a progress bar at the bottom. On the 10-250 you could hit the "clear" button & it would go away. Can this be done on the 622? Also when watching something from your recordings that is in the process of still recording is there a way to resume watching where you left off? All I can see in the choices is start over or view, which starts where the program is currently at in its broadcast, which could be at the end of the show at times. Thanks.

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Posted 15 July 2007 - 04:39 PM

I switched from an HR10-250 and am getting used to it, however I have a couple questions. When you pause, ff, or rewind there is a progress bar at the bottom. On the 10-250 you could hit the "clear" button & it would go away. Can this be done on the 622? Also when watching something from your recordings that is in the process of still recording is there a way to resume watching where you left off? All I can see in the choices is start over or view, which starts where the program is currently at in its broadcast, which could be at the end of the show at times. Thanks.



Yes, to get rid of the bar, just press the FF while paused and it will go away. The second question is "No", there is no way to resume if the program is still recording. I either wait until it's finished recording to watch it or I watch it while still in progress until the end. That way I don't have to FF to the part where I stopped watching it.
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#3 OFFLINE   demogawd

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Posted 15 July 2007 - 05:49 PM

Yes, to get rid of the bar, just press the FF while paused and it will go away. The second question is "No", there is no way to resume if the program is still recording. I either wait until it's finished recording to watch it or I watch it while still in progress until the end. That way I don't have to FF to the part where I stopped watching it.



Thanks, sure wish there was a work around for the recording though.

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Posted 16 July 2007 - 08:04 PM

Ok, got another question. When watching a recorded program is there a way to bring up the progress bar to see where you are in the program, without pressing the pause button?

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Posted 16 July 2007 - 08:33 PM

Thanks, sure wish there was a work around for the recording though.


Note that when you hit FF while paused the frames advance at 1/15 speed. If you hit skip forward that will get rid of the status but it *may* advance you somewhere. It's unpredictable.

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Posted 16 July 2007 - 08:44 PM

Ok, got another question. When watching a recorded program is there a way to bring up the progress bar to see where you are in the program, without pressing the pause button?

I'd like to know this, too. Right now, I hit cancel, and the banner shows how much time is left in minutes.
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