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    46PFL8686H - HDMI source change impossible during channel recording

    Hello,

    When TV is recording TV channel, TV is not able to change HDMI source.

    For example, I would like to watch a Blu-ray or movie stored on the USB disk while I record movie on 1st channel.

    Is this bug planned to be fixed?

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    Hi,

    this is "by design". You cannot do anything during recording...

    Toengle@Alex

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    Thanks for you very quick answer.
    nevertheless, coming from electronics design, I'm a little bit surprised.
    It should be only a matter of routing video signal, either by HW or SW.
    I guess it's not MS-DOS that runs on the TV, it's a kind of Linux so multi-thread should works.
    TV sorted out in 2011 and Series 8000 is almost the most highend product.

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    Hi

    For sure this is a Good TV, however, the TV can only handle 1 Video Stream and this Stream is for Recording, so there is nothing you can do about it.

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    Yes, but TV recording is not a video stream, there's no HDMI processing, it's only TNT decoding.
    For me, display and TNT decoding are 2 different things, tasks, chips or processors.

    I am sure there could be a work around

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