I have a couple of questions:
I have a local network that broadcasts on two stations. One station broadcasts at 1080i the other at 720p. I have been keeping both stations in my channel lineup because I think the content is sometimes different, but for some reason my Tablo always seems to choose the 720p station for scheduled recordings. I just recently deleted the 720p station and checked to see how that would affect my upcoming (next two weeks) scheduled recordings. The channel option is set to ANY, but the Tablo didn't automatically realize that the 720p channel is gone, thus there are no scheduled recordings. I'm sure as the Guide updates beyond the current next two weeks, the Tablo will function as expected, but for now (during these next two weeks) how is the Tablo going to handle those scheduled recordings? Are they just invisible in the schedule, but are actually queued to be recorded; or will the Tablo eventually update the currently scheduled recordings; or will they not be recorded? I realize I can go through the arduous task of going through each and every scheduled recording and change the channel option. But I'm lazy and I wanna know if it's necessary, or if the Tablo will still record my programs, during current next two weeks.
My Tablo is set not to record duplicates and for certain programs it's set to Record All Episodes. If my Tablo fails to record an episode, will it automatically try to re-record that episode when it's rebroadcast? There's an entry in my recordings that indicates that the episode failed to record. So I'm wondering if that entry tells my Tablo that it needs to try again when it's rebroadcast or if I need to delete that entry so my Tablo doesn't think it's going to record a duplicate. If it's the latter, then the former would be a nice new feature in a future update.