Recording TV Programmes
Posted 21 April 2012 - 02:48 PM
Need help for my father , his VCR brokedown.
TV recording through PC too complex for him.
Is it possible to record TV programmes on Any type of LCD/LED with extra hard drive (easy to use)?
Or does any LCD/LED comes with built in Recording fascility?
Your help is highly appreciable.
Posted 21 April 2012 - 10:44 PM
1) buy DVR and connect it tv and record cable tv/dth program running on tv, if hdd gets full then buy new & attach.
2) buy tata sky/airtel/reliance DVR which will allow u to record on HDD in that stb, which u cant pull out, and need to be watched from same stb
3) buy dish tv hd STB and buy external usb hdd and connect and record, which u cant pull out, and need to be watched from same stb
the main difference between option 2 and 3 is that
with option 2, u can record two program simultaneously, or watch one and record other, and hdd capacity limited to 500/320gb, some expert have replace original hdd with 2tb.
with option 3, u have to compulsory watch the program, which is being record, and only 1 program can be recorded. but u can use 2TB hdd, if it gets full then buy new 2TB & attach.
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Posted 22 April 2012 - 12:49 PM
it will work same as dish tv feature with same advantage and disadvantage.
better go for either option 1 or 2.
all dth having hd dvr may also allow to connect external hdd, to overcome limited capacity of installed hdd.
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Posted 23 April 2012 - 09:41 AM
during any dark / night scenes you can see large circular artifacts probably due to compression
these are not seen from any other source like dvd or cable tv so its not a problem with the LG 32" plasma screen
it even happens on the HD channels like star world and SD like fox crime
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Posted 24 April 2012 - 08:02 AM
Posted 24 April 2012 - 04:34 PM
I am using Iomega screenplay pro hd for recording the tv programs and keeping as network media drive. I can copy, edit the live(delete the ads) and burn DVD also. It is good and cheep. In tata sky and other DVr if un subscribe there is no way view the old recordings and moreover those recordings property based and can not read in other systems. I recommend this type of device.
wow good one.
how do u edit ? does system have inbuilt feature or u have to access it via pc and do it via some video cutting tools?
btw what's price including hdd?
atlest in tata sky, u can see recording EVEN AFTER UNSUBSCIBING channel or service. dont know about other, but u cant pull out and watch in other TV/DVR/PC.
Posted 24 April 2012 - 06:28 PM
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