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02:00 – Overview of the HDHomerun DVR
03:25 – Playing back recorded content
04:17 – Discover section / channel guide
05:45 – Recording tasks
06:12 – Tuning live television
06:38 – Traditional channel guide through Android live channels
07:00 – Android client running on a android device
09:10 – Using a Raspberry Pi as a DVR client and cable box
12:45 – Conclusion and final thoughts
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The Shield TV Pro in this video is running progress builds of both the record engine and the playback client. Other devices on the network can connect to the Shield to stream recordings from it.
The Pro version of the Shield has a 500GB hard drive that’s ideal for recording. You can also use adoptable storage on the 16GB version to have an external USB 3 hard drive handle the storage responsibilities.
In this video we connect a small Android game console as a client and even get a Raspberry Pi to connect to the Shield TV. Both devices can watch recorded and live television as well as schedule additional recordings.
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