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How do I record IPTV streams on my device?


Jul 10, 2021
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When it comes to cloud PVR, the three main factors to consider are storage limitations, how long you can save recordings, and the ability to fast-forward ads

Now, the GTV IPTV Plus(https://bestiptvgtv.com/) edition has a recording feature (cloud PVR feature), a subscription code for recording a total of 20 files /40 hours, which can be saved forever!

r/iptvgtv - How do I record IPTV streams on my device?
About GTV IPTV service of Cloud PVR:

Users can record multiple channels simultaneously. Now we have no restrictions, for example, users can watch live sports channels and record UK, GR, DE channels at the same time.

The user can set a recording timer for future events, and when the time is up, the server will record whether the set-top box is turned on or off.

Users can also record past events. (Chase) 4. The capacity of each user record time is 40 hours.


The user can only record the entire EPG event, the user cannot decide when to start/stop. Whenever the user starts recording, the server logs the current event in its entirety. For example, if the current event is 9:00-10:00 and the user starts recording at 9:30, the server will still record at 9:00-10:00.

r/iptvgtv - How do I record IPTV streams on my device?
Matters needing attention:

The way to determine if a channel is catching UP is to look at EPG (TV Guide) to see which channels show a VCR image or icon.

If there is a recording event being processed, in the upper right corner of the full screen, the user will see a red circle with a number inside, which represents the current recording task. Figures do not include scheduled recording tasks.
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