DVR Recording FAQs
Last Updated: Fri, 22 Apr 2011 > Related Articles
Find answers to the most commonly asked questions about DVR recording.
Yes. If you are recording a live program, you can view any portion of it up to the "live" point.
Yes, but only if you have been tuned to the channel since the program began.
You can rewind live TV up to a maximum of 1 hour.
Yes, however some DVR recordings such as pay-per-view events, cannot be recorded to a VCR due to copy protection settings within the program content.Use these steps to copy a DVR recording to a VHS tape:
- Set your VCR to record as you would normally do when recording a program.
- Begin playback of a previously recorded program on the DVR.
- When the program has completed, stop the VCR.
The DVR and its recordings are "digital". Most VCRs and VHS tapes are "analog." Making an analog VHS tape of a digital DVR recording produces reduced quality results.
Instant replay is an easy way to replay the previous 10 seconds of a program. If you press the instant replay button twice, the number of seconds is doubled.
Yes. You can record a program while watching a previously recorded program or live TV.