That did it!!!! Everything is working great now. When it loads the channels it goes super fast as well. Live TV and recording all show and work great.djp952 wrote: ↑Tue Jul 04, 2017 8:43 pmThis is definitely the root of your concern, at least. The storage engine isn't visible via the HTTP API. I'm not certain if the official application uses the HTTP API or the broadcast API, but the only thing the PVR can see is your one PRIME tuner. Pretty much nothing in this PVR works if it has no RECORD engine available.dski wrote: ↑Tue Jul 04, 2017 8:34 pmHere is what I get back.
If I browse to the DiscoverURL then I get this:
If I open up the Windows 10 HDHomerun app, I can record there and it records to the folder that is configured. I can also playback the recorded items. It is running on the same box (and I did the steps above on that same box) as what I am running Kodi on.
One thing you can try is go into the PVR add-on Configuration and toggle "Use network broadcast for device discovery":
https://github.com/djp952/pvr.hdhomerun ... ersion-104
What this option does is bypass my.hdhomerun.com to search for tuners and the storage engine and use the old school method provided by SiliconDust in their library code, it might provide different results. If not then we definitely have to get SiliconDust involved since the RECORD engine isn't showing up on my.hdhomerun.com. I'm betting a sneaky firewall rule in in play, but they would know best.
Let us know if changing to broadcast discovery has any effect for ya.