An easy thing to try is the HDHomeRun App. If you see the recordings there and not in Kodi, likely something wrong with the addon. If you don't see them there either, likely something wrong with the RECORD engine.gregeeh wrote: ↑Tue Apr 14, 2020 2:28 pmI'm in Australia (UTC +10) and the program was due to start at 7:25pm (5 mins padding) so if my maths is correct that's 9:25AM UTC.
Here's the DVR log for around that time.
Note: When it had not started recording by 7:32PM I went into the EPG, selected the same program but on another channel but same network, right clicked and selected record. Both channels were now showing they were recording.
EDIT: Looks to me like the logs are showing the recording started on time. But there was no indication at all in Kodi. No Recording message in the TV library, No pop-up message saying recording started and no recording red dot in the EPG. I never looked at the NAS though to see if files were being created.
Whether you want to try that method or not, please do check to see if the file(s) are on the NAS. There have been a couple instances lately where RECORD isn't sending the complete file list. One user had to reinstall RECORD and it started working, the other just had to bounce the NAS and it started working. I've not experienced any issues with mine (v20200225 - WD NAS install).
If the files are on the NAS and yet not showing up in Kodi, can you do the following for me please?
- From a browser, navigate to my.hdhomerun.com/discover
- Find the item with the "StorageID", this will be the RECORD engine
- Locate the "StorageURL" and navigate to that
You will get back a big text file in JSON format. Try searching that for the filename(s) that you see on the NAS and aren't showing up in Kodi. There should be item(s) with matching "Filename" tags. If they are there and still aren't in Kodi it's likely a fault with the addon. If they are missing from that text, RECORD isn't sending them so they aren't going to show up.
One thing to keep in mind too is that the Recordings view in Kodi isn't real-time, it gets refreshed periodically. I believe the current default is 10 minutes. I also update it a minute or two after you add a new Recording Rule to try and pick up any "record me now" events.
If the NAS and RECORD look good, the next step will be to get the Kodi log to see if the addon is raising any errors. I'd go there first, but so far the recent recordings complaints have been outside of my control. I'm not expecting to see any errors here, if it had a problem your Recordings list would either be blank or just stay out of date (nothing new would ever show up).