Basically done for pausing, fast forwarding and reversing LiveTV. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Here are the steps: 1. Can you somehow show what and where you mean to do it exactly, possibly in a pic capture.
Edited by cosmicvibe Friday, March 16, 2012 1:48 AM Friday, March 16, 2012 1:44 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote That's a good answer on the TempRec folder. Register Start a Wiki Advertisement Wmc Wiki Wmc Wiki Navigation Popular pages Most visited articles Change the location of the live TV buffer Using a RAM drive for the live TV Reading about others players can do what WMC can, believe use something similar to do the same. his comment is here What's the recording target set to there?
If that just isn’t enough time for you, let’s take a look at how to edit the registry to increase the Live TV pause buffer so you don’t end up missing Add the new folder to media libraries, then in recording change to the drive you want to use. Oh, and one thing that can (and will) create issues in this department: USB disconnects, or startup delays.
If not, is there any way to automatically start recording a channel that I start watching? You CAN save the live TV buffer for playback, PROVIDED YOU DO SO BEFORE YOU CLOSE WINDOWS MEDIA CENTER. Hope it can help you! BEST OF HOW-TO GEEK How to Use PackageManagement (aka OneGet) on Windows 10 How to Uninstall Windows 10 and Downgrade to Windows 7 or 8.1 How to Choose the Best VPN
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Category: HTPC Tips and Tweaks Software Tips and Tweaks Tags: change, decrease, increase, media center, modify, pause buffer, windows 7 Post navigation ← More channel rows in the Media Center guide. Windows Media Center will now use the new path to store the live TV buffer. Posts : 2,214 Windows 10 Pro 64bit Originally Posted by Metalman Everything is done inside Media Center. Just follow what I typed in the posts above and you will be fine.
Or you can enable yourself to view hidden files. Posts : 2,214 Windows 10 Pro 64bit two options, either this as you mentioned if this in fact works for sure. On the Windows Media Center start screen, scroll to Tasks, click Settings, click TV, click Recorder, and then click Recording Defaults. 3. The only option in Recorder Storage is to set to C: even though it will see the D: drive for playback.
You can now play the results in VLC or SMPlayer or whatever, but probably not in Windows Media Center yet. Basically done for pausing, fast forwarding and reversing LiveTV. Delete the TempRec folder. You can also get rid of the .tmp and change the name to something more manageable.
It's been asked about for a few years now (dating at least back to MC for Vista, probably back to Media Center 2005.) Sorry.