My issue with ch. 9 recordings on Windows started about a fortnight ago.
I use (and LOVE) DV-Scheduler with 4 tuners.
Regardless of which tuner I use, instead of one .ts file, I get more than one e.g. a movie may yield seven files.
I can join them all with Video Re Do, but what the heck is happening. Only ch 9 is doing it.
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so strange. i am also having this issue. i was thinking disk issue until i noticed it only seemed to be ch. 9. im in melbourne, if you are too, maybe reception issues?
whatever it is at least im not crazy.
please post back if you find anything, as will i.
(ps, also using dv scheduler, with a hauppauge dual tuner card)
edit: forgot to mention my .ts files are strangely all nearly 22 mins each, do you see this weirdness also?
Not happening on my Beyonwiz PVR V2SONY 75" Full array 200Hz LED TV, Yamaha A1070 amp, Zidoo UHD3000, BeyonWiz PVR V2 (Enigma2 clone), Chromecast, Windows 7 Ultimate, QNAP NAS TS851
This may mean certain media players won't play the file. I don't know if reception dropouts is the cause.
The first 8 of my files were also nearly 22 mins each too (before the fix). The last was 36 so there's a clue.
that feature came in version 5.95, and i was running 5.92. have completed the upgrade to 6.05. all settings appear to have stuck, so now onto testing phase.
I have just discovered that the time splits depend on whether you span only one or e.g. 3 "shows". That may be complicated by whether you have start and end buffers. I use 10 minutes before and 20 after.
ok, i got a clean 1.9GB 1hr 16 Min file of nine afternoon news. im happy. thanks mate.. ur a legend
very interesting what 9 are up to tho, sneakily changing the PID every 22mins. trying to annoy people with custom PVR's or something innocent??