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jimqwerty
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VOD and Recording Shows

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Have FIOS TV for abouth a month and came across something I don't understand.

 

Last night we were recording two different shows.  Then my kids wanted to watch a VOD show but a message said there is a conflict.  

 

I don't  understand why I can't record two shows and watch a VOD show.  I believe I can watch two shows and watch a recorded DVR show fine.

 

Anyone?

Thanks, Jim

 

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matcarl
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VOD uses one of the tuners. You can only record one show if you want to watch VOD.
jimqwerty
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Kinda Silly. I guess I don't understand why but thanks
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@jimqwerty wrote:
Kinda Silly. I guess I don't understand why but thanks

Let me try to make it simple. 

 

There are 2 tuners in the Verizon DVR. 

  1. You can record 2 shows while playing back an already recorded show (playback of a recorded show does not require a tuner).
  2. You can record one show and watch one show live (again uses both tuners).
  3. You can record one show and watch a VOD (again each requires a tuner so both tuners are in use).
Hope that helps clear it up.
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