YouTube TV has been experiencing quite a few DVR and library issues recently, and while some are now fixed, others are still being worked on.
Tag: Cloud DVR
There have been a number of YouTube TV users reporting issues with their DVR over the past week, including missing and lost recordings.
Sling TV subscribers get access to a DVR allowing them to record movies, shows, and live sports. Here’s what you need to know to get started.
The fuboTV DVR lets subscribers record episodes, movies, and live sports. Here’s how to start recording and avoid an out-of-control library.
Vidgo does provide subscribers with access to a DVR for recording episodes and events, but it’s limited compared to other live TV services.
Cloud DVR is just as important as channels and price when choosing a live TV service.
Recording an episode or movie using DirecTV Stream’s DVR is fairly enough, and there is more than one way to set up and schedule a recording.
DirecTV Stream now provides subscribers with an unlimited cloud DVR, but the recording experience still has its issues and limitations.
DirecTV Stream recordings are now stored for up to nine months. While an improvement, other cloud DVR limitations still remain in place.
YouTube TV does offer one of the better DVR experiences around, but it can get problematic without the option to delete or hide recordings.
YouTube TV subscribers can fast-forward and skip ads on recordings, but the way the service works can prove unnecessarily confusing at times.
All new and existing Hulu Live TV subscribers will get an unlimited DVR recording experience starting next month, and at no additional cost.
YouTube TV subscribers cannot record a single episode of a show, but they can record a single sports game or match. Here’s how.
YouTube TV’s cloud DVR offers a number of recording benefits, but the ability to record a single episode is not an option open to subscribers.
YouTube TV subscribers can delete recordings from their library, but probably not in the way they’d expect shows and movies to be removed.
YouTube TV 4K Plus subscribers can download recorded videos to watch without an internet connection, but there are limitations to be aware of.
YouTube TV subscribers can now download videos with the 4K Plus add-on, but those videos can’t be accessed on other devices while downloaded.
Sling TV does offer cloud DVR for free, but an upgrade might be required for some subscribers.
AT&T TV now offers subscribers the ability to stream on many more devices when at home and an unlimited DVR upgrade option.
One of YouTube TV’s best features is its unlimited cloud DVR. Here’s how to get started with recording shows, movies and sports.