Am 31.03.2012 18:18, schrieb Klaus Schmidinger:
> On 31.03.2012 17:16, brian wrote:
>> On 03/31/2012 04:24 PM, Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
>>> On 31.03.2012 15:07, Tony Houghton wrote:
>>>> Say I tried to record the same programme twice, once from DVB-T and
>>>> once
>>>> from DVB-S, can VDR manage that? As they have different ids they
>>>> should
>>>> appear as unrelated to one part of VDR, but as they have the same
>>>> titles
>>>> and times it might want to make the same filenames for both of them
>>>> and
>>>> clash. Or is that what the last digit just before the .rec part of the
>>>> directory name is for?
>>> The last number in a recording's directory name is the VDR instance
>>> (which
>>> is 0 by default and can be used in case several VDR instances use
>>> the same
>>> video directory). The second number from the right is the channel
>>> number.
>>> This allows recording otherwise identical timers.
>>>> How would I be able to tell which is which in the
>>>> OSD etc? Would they be ordered by adapter number?
>>> I'm afraid there is no way to see this in the OSD.
>>> Klaus
>> I'm pretty sure that I have had identical recording names, just one
>> was visible in the OSD.
>> Deleted that one and, the other one automagically appeared in the OSD
>> after it was updated.
>> VDR worked perfectly.
> Which version of VDR are you using?
> The channel number as part of the recording directory name
> was introduced in version 1.7.3.

i have this issue with version "1.7.16-24yavdr1".
It happens when an auto timer records a show on SD & HD (ORF1 & ORF1 HD
in my case).
The Details for the Show are exactly the same, and it gets displayed
only once in the recording list.


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