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IMG 1.9 release notes and discussion thread

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As you probably already know, IMG 1.9 is starting to roll out. FiOS TV's Joe Ambeault posted release notes that may just answer quite a few of your questions. (And here's a link to the press release as well.)

 

I see that several of you have already started posting about IMG 1.9. Great! We'd love to have a central place to refer people, so we'll be moving IMG posts over to FiOS TV Technical Assistance. That way things are together and you won't have to search as much to find what you're looking for.

 

Please feel free to post here with your observations, feedback and questions. I'm sure others will chime in to help with questions if they've already run across the answers you're looking for. And it'll save duplicated efforts as well.

 

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This is great news!  It was mentioned that... "Motorola 7100 and 7232 set-top boxes as well as Cisco HD capable devices will fill your HDTV screen end-to-end with higher resolution graphics presenting more information per page view." Does this mean that those of us with the 7216 will not have the new graphics?

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The new graphics are on ALL the 7xxx series boxes.  Not supported on the 6xxx series.

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Joe mentions that any DVR will have access to content on any other DVR. He does not mention if the MRDVR option is necessary and if it is necessary, do we need the MRDVR option on all DVRs that share content.

 

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Will we be able to request a free change out of our 6416 HD DVR for one that supports IMG 1.9?

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@mphare wrote:

Joe mentions that any DVR will have access to content on any other DVR. He does not mention if the MRDVR option is necessary and if it is necessary, do we need the MRDVR option on all DVRs that share content.

 


 

From the press release (http://newscenter.verizon.com/press-releases/verizon/2011/verizon-unveils-the-next.html😞

 

"Multi-hub DVR, which turns any DVR or HD set-top box in the home into a "hub," allowing customers to record and manage DVR settings from any room in the home, provided one of the DVRs is a multi-room DVR."

 

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Justin
Verizon FiOS TV, Internet, and phone
QIP7232, IMG 1.8, Build 02.54
Keller, TX 76248

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Thanks, Justin.

 

I can read that a couple of ways:

 

"provided one of the DVRs is a multi-room DVR" = as long as one DVR in the house has MRDVR, then they all participate.

meaning: If I have 3 DVRs, I only need one to have MRDVR and they all share content with all others.

result: I add MRDVR to one DVR and they all share content.

 

or

 

"provided one of the DVRs is a multi-room DVR"=as long as one of the two involved in the share has MRDVR, then those two can share content.

meaning: If I have 3 DVRs and have MRDVR on one, then the other two can share content with the MRDVR, but not with each other.

result: I add MRDVR to n - 1 DVRs so they can all share content.

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@Justin wrote:

 


@mphare wrote:

Joe mentions that any DVR will have access to content on any other DVR. He does not mention if the MRDVR option is necessary and if it is necessary, do we need the MRDVR option on all DVRs that share content.

 


 

From the press release (http://newscenter.verizon.com/press-releases/verizon/2011/verizon-unveils-the-next.html😞

 

"Multi-hub DVR, which turns any DVR or HD set-top box in the home into a "hub," allowing customers to record and manage DVR settings from any room in the home, provided one of the DVRs is a multi-room DVR."

 

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Justin
Verizon FiOS TV, Internet, and phone
QIP7232, IMG 1.8, Build 02.54
Keller, TX 76248


Thanks, Justin. Adding the press release to my post.

 

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Is there some way i can remove my 2nd DVR from being able to share?  I'm fine with the one I paid to have MRDVR capability shared through the house, but would rather keep the other one from the kids. Currently (I have IMG 1.9) both are available on all set top boxes/dvr's.

 

 

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Soooooo... with 1080p support... Will we finally get 1080p content? Specifically ONDemand like Dish. It actually is a Big difference.

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