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  1. Hello, On ATV, we can add only 1,2,3,5,15,30,60,90, 120 or 180 minutes after the recordings. Is it possible to add 10 and 20 minutes please ? In fact, I can to it more precisely on my PC 🙂 Thanks
  2. Since External Players may vary in their ability to resume certain forms of media (eg, full DVD VIDEO_TS folder rips) it could be nifty if one could enable (on a per-external-player basis) to be prompted by ET for the Stop Time, so that when coming back to the item later there's a record of approximately where you stopped watching. I'm thinking it could go something like this.... "Would you like to enter your stop-time for easier resuming later?" There'd of course be a Cancel/No button, but pressing Back on one's remote (whatever that hotkey is in ET) should just exit out of the dialog. We could potentially use something like this for the incrementing/decrementing time interface: http://www.jqueryscript.net/time-clock/Simple-Time-Input-Spinner-Plugin-With-jQuery-TimingField.html And it might not be a bad idea to have a simple select between whether this was the "Main Feature" or not (this really only applies for things like VIDEO_TS rips, where there are multiple videos in DVD structure). But I'd be happy just having the prompt even without that additional clarification. Thanks for considering my idea!
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