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  1. The Live TV recording works perfectly, however is there a setting somewhere that limits how many episodes are kept? I couldn't find such a setting, I just click on series like "NBC Today" and it records it, but rather then manually deleting a full week's recordings van it be set to like keep the last 5 episodes or another number? Thanks O2G
  2. MediaBrowser3 is the first solution that I can really see replacing Windows Media Center. But my biggest need is still the ability to record TV off of my CableCard PC. I'm not much of a TV archivist. I pick a few shows, record them, watch them when I have time, and delete them. I also need to be able to record sports. Media Center is adequate for this, but I'm sure everyone here knows the limitations, performance issues, and bugs associated with WMC (especially movies). CableCard and Content Protection restrictions may be a deal breaker, but thought I'd request this. Maybe there is a way to create an interface that appears to be MediaBrowser3, but really it is just controlling Windows Media Center to get around CableCard and Content Protection issues.
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