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Is there an easy way to RESUME PLAYBACK

Discussion in 'HDR-FOX T2 Freeview Recorder' started by josem, Oct 7, 2011.

  1. josem

    josem New Member

    Hi everyone
    I use to have an old Topefield PVR and one of the features on the Topfield which I miss is the ability to resume the playback of the last recording watched by simply pressing the play button on the remote while watching live TV without having to dive back into the folder structrure and navigating my way to the file I was last watching.

    As far as I can see this is missing on the Hummy. Is there a quick way to resume playback
    without having to press the media button and going into the folders ?
     
  2. neilleeds

    neilleeds Member

    No but if your box has been left on pressing the media button will take you to where you left it so you don't have to go looking for it.
     
  3. oijonesey

    oijonesey Hummy.tv SEO Guru

    I don't think so - I haven't seen or read about that function anywhere so far.

    [EDIT] I mean the Play button thing not neilleeds' media button tip
     
  4. josem

    josem New Member

    Thanks Neil
    It's a shame, for me it was a nice little feature on the Topfield which I will miss.
     
  5. Wallace

    Wallace Slightly Pickled

    Not to sure if this is what you mean but there is a bookmark facility. When we are watching a recording and I see SWMBO eyelids closing, I enter a bookmark. Sure as eggs-is-eggs, she will want resume watching some time later. You can add upto four bookmarks per recording I believe.

    This is usually my queue to go and play on my PC and Hummy!
     
  6. josem

    josem New Member

    Wallace thx. but I was aware of bookmarks
     
  7. Wallace

    Wallace Slightly Pickled

    I wasn't too sure, but thought I would mention it anyway.
     
  8. stephen

    stephen New Member

    i know what you mean, my old matsui did the same without having to go into the media structure.

    Steve