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Recording online TV

Hello Bob, and Moderators,
Regarding my previous post with this same Heading/Title, I read your answer, Bob, and tried to reply.
Clicking either Reply, or any other tab did not work. I have therefore re-posted the same question, my apologies.

Thanks for the link, Bob, I have downloaded Rylstim Screen Recorder and will have a try with it later. I do not have this problem with my Desktop, as I can record to DVD when at home and play it either onto the TV or on the computer, but the problem arises when I am away and do not have the recording facility.

Thanks yet gain for your help!

Regards,
Colinito.

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Recording online TV

Hello Bob,
Thanks for that - the 'reply' tab is now working!

I hope so too. I looked at the details of a couple of the others, one or two had a time restriction on them, don't really know why unless they are recording to an online facility as the USB tuner records up to 3 hours! I don't know if the one I have chosen will allow up to 2.5 hours recording. If not I'll go back to your saved reply and look for another!

I'll try to close this thread, and try to find a way to give you some Kudos, if possible!

Regards

Colinito.

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