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Wed, Aug 21, 2019 12:00 PM

DVR

If two people are watching the same show on the DVR on two TVs and both stop before the end but at different points in the show; is there a way to get back to where each one was at or do you just have to remember where you were and fast forward?

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Rustyben

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the last person to use and stop will be remembered. it is stored every few seconds while playing.

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I understand the last person to stop watching will be at their place when they return.  We used to have Dish and on their DVR the position in the show was saved per TV which was nice. So if 2 people were watching the same show and both stopped at different places, it would remember on each TV. You would think Comcast would have something just as good if not better considering the size of the company.

Rustyben

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@jhhillis wrote:

I understand the last person to stop watching will be at their place when they return.  We used to have Dish and on their DVR the position in the show was saved per TV which was nice. So if 2 people were watching the same show and both stopped at different places, it would remember on each TV. You would think Comcast would have something just as good if not better considering the size of the company.


comcast advertises that you can start watching on any device, stop it, and resume from any other device/TV in any room in the house or on the go.

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