Learn how to program and manage your PVR settings including how to access your saved recordings on your BlueCurve TV Player (XG1v3). Acting as the Personal Video Recorder (PVR) of the BlueCurve TV ecosystem, the BlueCurve box acts as a standalone PVR and as a gateway for portals to communicate with the system. This article provides an overview of the BlueCurve TV PVR functionality.
Here are some notable PVR features of the BlueCurve TV Player (XG1v3):
The BlueCurve TV Player (XG1v3) includes a 500GB hard drive which allows you to record up to 60 hours of HD programming (300 hours of SD programming)
Ability to have up to 3 BlueCurve TV Players in the home
If you have multiple BlueCurve TV Players, you will have more storage (up to 1.5TB with 3 BlueCurve boxes).
With multiple PVRs, your scheduled recordings are spread out across each PVR.
Did You Know
Impulse recordings (i.e. spur of the moment recordings where you press “record”) take place on the PVR that is doing the tuning (as long as there is a tuner available and no scheduling conflict). With the BlueCurve TV cable box, the ability to restrict recordings to specific devices is not supported at this time.