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Windows 7: Can wmplayer view live wtv recording remotely?

03 Jun 2010   #1
bohratom

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Can wmplayer view live wtv recording remotely?

I have afew win7 machines on my network and record my HDTV on my win 7 media center which works fine. I then can watch the wtv recording using my other 2 win 7 workstations. The only issue I'm trying to resolve is if its possible to watch live wtv recordings from my workstation using wmplayer and have it buffer the live recording. What happens now is if I open up a wtv which is currently being recorded it will only play the amount thus far recorded and not any further.

thanks


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04 Jun 2010   #2
pwhooftman

Win 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bohratom View Post
I have afew win7 machines on my network and record my HDTV on my win 7 media center which works fine. I then can watch the wtv recording using my other 2 win 7 workstations. The only issue I'm trying to resolve is if its possible to watch live wtv recordings from my workstation using wmplayer and have it buffer the live recording. What happens now is if I open up a wtv which is currently being recorded it will only play the amount thus far recorded and not any further.

thanks
Not sure i understand, but by the looks of it you want to play in the future?

I always wanted to do that in the stock market
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13 Jun 2010   #3
CreepinJesus

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

From what I understand, you want to know if you can watch a WTV file as it's being recorded, essentially streaming live-ish TV?

I will have a go now...

...and the answer is: nope It plays what has already been recorded and claims to be corrupt before the end.
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