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Discussion in 'DIRECTV - H24/HR24 Field Trial (private)' started by litzdog911, Jan 8, 2010.
Media Share video on HR24 still freezes after ~5 seconds. Only portrait mode pictures are displayed.
Since there have been some questions about eSATA working with the HR24 I wanted to make sure that it wasn't just my imagination that my 1.5TB WD15EACS in an Antec MX-1 enclosure was functioning properly.
Disconnected the eSATA, rebooted the HR24 and the originally recorded programs from December were present and the recent recordings were gone.
Reconnected the eSATA, rebooted the HR24 and the old programs were gone and the new ones were present.
Never noticed before that there were rating limits in place.
Had to go through the Parental Controls menu to allow TV-MA, and Movies NC-17 and higher.
OK, so remote response (using RF) is still quite bad following a couple of reboots.
The remote works well with other components on IR (A/V receiver, TV, Blu-ray).
It worked really well before last night.
Anyone else having this problem?
Switched the remote to IR and back to snappy response. Guess I'll have to try a different RF remote to isolate the remote vs. box.
H24 pulling from HR24 had a number of hangups watching Elizabeth: The Golden Age from 501 last night. It seemed to come in spurts, with 15 mnutes or so with no probs, then a rash of hangups lasting up to 20 seconds each (4 or 5 during that period) - almost as if network traffic stalled occasionally.
IIRC, the original WNC, which it what I have, has cold weather issues.
I still get "Would you like to play the video without audio", followed by "Exceeds bitrate supported", so no change for me either.
Yep, you are right, I remember the WNC's having cold weather problems.
I feel a bit guilty that it will be tomorrow night before I can even start any testing this week on my H24-100.....but duty called while being with Smiddy at the CES....so that came first. Going home tomorrow.
I can share that the onsite DirecTV folks here at CES told me on more than one occasion that they appreciate the DBSTalk testers and their efforts.
Personally, I think the video lags behind where it actually is and when I hit play it jumps to where it really is. It may even auto-correct but it's so far ahead of where it seems to be that you won't be able to tell.