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FF problem with RSN recording persists...

Discussion in 'ViP612/622/722/722K DVR Support Forum' started by Mr.72, Mar 16, 2007.

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  1. Mr.72

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    Feb 2, 2007
    I watched another recording of a game from my RSN-Alt (Spurs-Bucks game) last night and the trend continues, every time I watch a recording from an RSN-Alt I get this problem where FF doesn't work.

    While playing the program, I hit FF. The ">>4X" graphic pops up and the picture gets blurred and distorted, moreso the longer I let it think it's fast forwarding. When I press Play again, it starts playing from some time a few seconds before I hit the FF.

    So for example, let's say there's a whistle for a foul and as usual, I try and FF at 4x thru the free throws. So I hear the whistle, hit FF, then when I realize that it's not working (I cannot view the fast-free-throws, instead the picture just gets distorted and screwy), I press Play and I see the drive to the basket before the whistle, then the whistle, and then I'm back to where I started.

    Happens every time, without fail.

    Also when playing back these games, if I press pause, when I resume it starts some time a few seconds before I pressed pause.

    My current workaround for the FF bug is to hit skip-forward and then skip-back to try and jump ahead less than 30 seconds.

    The FF works fine for HD games. I only get either RSN games or HD games to try.

    Anyone else seeing this problem?
  2. pbrown

    pbrown Legend

    May 23, 2002
    There is this thread that I started a few months ago


    I have noticed that when I record an ALT channel the problem happens just about every time. If I record a regular FSN channel, the problem only happens when I am recording another show on the other buffer. IMHO, It definitely is an RSN only problem (and possibly an FSN only problem).
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