VDR User kirjoitti:
> On Thu, May 7, 2009 at 11:38 AM, Jouni Karvo <jouni.ka...@iki.fi> wrote:
>> I'd be pleased, if there would be some kind of a caretaking, so that the
>> "pause-live-tv" recording would just disappear after returning to other
>> modes of operation.  I think it would not break anything for the user,
>> since you can always use the specific recording button in the menu to
>> create an actual recording.
> If you want to pause live tv, how else would you suggest caching the
> stream?  It's either going to be to ram or some storage device, and if
> you don't save the stream (aka "record" it), how are you supposed to
> play it back?  Unless you mean VDR should somehow determine that
> you've caught up to live tv from playing back at the point you paused
> it, and then delete the recording/cache without caring if you wanted
> to keep it for any reason.
> I really hope Klaus never intends to implement something like the live
> tv buffer that myth has.  The idea of one of my harddrives saving
> nonstop 24/7 is really really lame.  Huge waste of power, constant
> heat, and unnecessary wear on the harddrive for something that
> probably doesn't even get used that much in the first place.

No, I meant deleting automatically the pause-live-TV "recording".  That
recording is conceptually just a technical implementation issue (and
should not be visible in the recordings list, even, in my opinion).  The
end user needs not care for the object structure of VDR source code, and
the implementation of pause-live-TV is in the same category.

It is easy to distinguish pausing live TV and making a recording as
concepts, as a normal user. 


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