I recorded the 3rd period of the hockey game last night (on CBC) and I tried FF at 300x. Seems to work OK and didn't stutter, stall and jump like it used to. I'll have to try watching tomorrow's game in delayed mode to see if the dreaded jump-to-live bug has been fixed.
Is it just me or is there no transformation on the slide show? Not even a dissolve. And the photos never filled the screen (unless I missed a setting). On the plus side the receiver read and downloaded off my usb card reader.
I applaud Bell for this, its better then nothing and I hope Bell plans to continue improving this work in progress. However for people who have a computer would be better off using that instead.
I hope the skip-to-live bug is fix. I guess I'll find out tonight while watching "The National".
I noticed an issue with my 9200 and came here to see if anyone has seen it yet. It seems this new firmware will not allow pause, rewind or fast forward functions with OTA digital signals like this receiver has in the past. Can anyone else verify?
Well, I called the ExpressVu support line. I spoke to a "level 3 technician". He told me that right now he wasn't aware of the problem but he would open a ticket, or something like that. He kept referring to my antenna as an "analog antenna". He told me to call back in a day or two and that he probably would have more information about that problem.
I urge everybody who's experiencing that problem to call them. That was not a good idea to disable that feature and they need to know that people were using it!
I called them and they said that the recording OTA digitals should fix itself overnight. They wouldn't open a ticket for me...
They don't think it is an issue and brushed me off.
Everyone who is having problems please call them!
Is there anyone with the update where it is working?
I'll be cancelling if it isn't fixed in the next week.
Is there anyway to go back to the firmware that we had last night?
I just checked and my DPP44 is working on both tuners and I'm getting video on the HDMI.
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