The recordings are stored on whatever device is running the RECORD engine (for example a NAS, or another PC). The list of recordings is populated by asking the SiliconDust web services for the local address of that engine, and then querying the engine. I think the most typical problem here is that discovery process, many people can't use the web services for various reasons (firewalls, etc). There is an option you can try that will use a broadcast discovery on your local network instead to try and find the record engine.usafle wrote: ↑Sun Sep 17, 2017 5:54 pm Hello all. I just found this "Unofficial" PVR client from a link over on the Kodi forums. I've installed it on my Kodi v.17 installation on my little Surface 3 Tablet to test it out. It loads up all the channels correctly. However, I can't seem to find the recordings (yes I'm a paid DVR subscriber)? Is this due to the recordings being saved on my HTPC and not "locally" on the Surface3?
Also, I tried to install this on a LibreELEC Android box, which I assumed would be a "Linux" install but it failed. So is there no LibreELEC support for this as of yet?
Recent versions have a little discovery check built-in you can run to see if this is the problem. Assuming Kodi Krypton ...
- Go into Settings / PVR & Live TV settings
- On the left-hand list, you should see Client Specific, highlight that
- In the main view, there should be a Client Specific Settings option, click that
- The top option is List Discovered Devices
What you should see here is at least one Tuner device and the "HDHomeRun RECORD" engine listed. If you don't see the RECORD engine, this will be the root of the problem. If that is indeed missing from the list, go into the actual Addon settings (Addons / Addon Browser / My Addons / PVR Clients / HDHomeRun DVR PVR Client / Configure), and under General the first option is "Use network broadcast for device discovery". Enable that and restart Kodi. Cross fingers
As far as the LibreELEC system, I'm 99% sure you will want one of the Linux .zip files, but there are 5 to choose from. To know which one you need, we will need to know what the hardware is. If it was an Android box, it's very likely that you want the "armel" package, but there are also Intel x86 / x64 variants, another 32-bit ARM variant (armhf) and a 64-bit ARM variant (aarch64). Which one did you try? If it wasn't "armel", I would try again with that one, otherwise let us know what you've got device-wise and I'm sure we can help you out here.
Let me know!