Hi Mike, sorry for the late response.
Mike Lampard wrote: > Hi All, > > I have a channel with identical EPG info for the same program, regardless of > episode. Often the program I want to record is repeated every six hours or > so, but depending on the day it may be every 12 hours or more (its somewhat > random) with a new episode sometime after midnight. > > Please let me repeat this to be sure I got it right: The EPG is the same for all episodes and they are broadcasted at no fixed time and randomly repeated. Correct? > Using EpgSearch, is there a way to force a single recording in a search > within > a specified period, without knowing the exact time that the 1st episode is > recorded _successfully_? i.e: allowing a maximum number of successful > (non-conflicting) timers/day per search? > > When there's no information how to distinguish the episodes and their repeats I doubt that there's a way to handle this. Do you have any ideas (and even better also a suggestion how to represent this in the search timer edit menu?) > 2-4 copies of the same episode if no conflicts exist. Like a 'One-Shot' > timer that resets itself at midnight (or other settable period) instead of > deleting itself. > > This 'one shot timer' could be a way to handle it, but is this sufficient? Do the above episodes have a guaranteed interval, after which a new episode is broadcasted? Best regards, Christian _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr