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I DVRed Harry Potter last Saturday off the NY MPEG2 feed. It was frozen, black screen, but an Exit and a second select seemed to do the trick, and the recording was fine except for an occasional pixelization outbreak now and then.

Now I've had my HR20 about two months and have had an HR10 about a year and it's just now occurred to me that an overwhelming majority of my HD recordings have some glitches, whether it's temporary audio loss or video degradation. I can't really say I've never had a flawless recording, but it's getting to the point where they happen so often I'm beginning not to notice them. I don't think this is something I should be expected to tolerate.

Am I alone or is this a commonly accepted feature of the technology?

Or more importantly, does MPEG4 greatly reduce these problems? (Still don't have a 5LNB dish :( )
 
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