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Old 21.10.2011, 07:10 AM
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Question Sky+ ESPN end of Programme

Using Sky+ I rarely get to watch ESPN's Monday night coverage live.

So I have to rely on Sky+ to record it for me & watch it through the week.

I have though learned that you also have to tell Sky+ to record the German football highlights program right after this, just in case the game overruns.

I assume this is the only way I can do this each week, there is nothing I can change on the Sky+ settings to capture the end of a program if it overruns?
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Old 21.10.2011, 07:12 AM
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Using Sky+ I rarely get to watch ESPN's Monday night coverage live.

So I have to rely on Sky+ to record it for me & watch it through the week.

I have though learned that you also have to tell Sky+ to record the German football highlights program right after this, just in case the game overruns.

I assume this is the only way I can do this each week, there is nothing I can change on the Sky+ settings to capture the end of a program if it overruns?
This has been an ongoing issue for years. . I think SKY adjusts and records to the end (?) but ESPN you need to record the next show too as they still dont seem able to get the timings anywhere near accurate
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Old 21.10.2011, 08:49 AM
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but ESPN you need to record the next show too as they still dont seem able to get the timings anywhere near accurate
i don't know why a famous tv station could not set a reasonable schedule in advance ,or they just want to adjust easily ,so ...

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Old 21.10.2011, 09:34 AM
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This has been an ongoing issue for years. . I think SKY adjusts and records to the end (?) but ESPN you need to record the next show too as they still dont seem able to get the timings anywhere near accurate
Thanks, German football it is.............
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Old 21.10.2011, 02:30 PM
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Yep, just record the programme after. Easy enough.
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Old 21.10.2011, 02:42 PM
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Record the next show, and the one after that. Don't forget over time
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Old 21.10.2011, 05:48 PM
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Thanks, German football it is.............
Could be worse, the Bundesliga is quite entertaining! Im sure there is also a way to tinker about with the settings to add on extra time for recording...not that I could be bothered doing it that way.
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Old 23.10.2011, 07:33 AM
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If you go into your sky+ setting's menu you can add 30 minutes recording to the end of any choosen programme, just remember to reset it back afterwards.
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