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Advanced rules are SQL statements that that can be fairly complex but are also very powerful. Via the Manual Record popup they allow you to configure N-PVR to record all shows that match set condition(s). Define a daily recording and channel and set the advanced rules like one of the examples below.

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Advanced rules are SQL statements that that can be fairly complex but are also very powerful. Via the Manual Record popup they allow you to configure NextPVR to record all shows that match set condition(s). Define a daily recording and channel and set the advanced rules like one of the examples below.

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title like '' and time(start_time,'localtime') > time('hh:mm:ss') and time(start_time) < time('hh:mm:ss')

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title like '' and time(start_time,'localtime') > time('hh:mm:ss') and time(start_time,'localtime') < time('hh:mm:ss')

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Advanced rules are SQL statements that that can be fairly complex but are also very powerful. Via the Manual Record popup they allow you to configure N-PVR to record all shows that match set condition(s).

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Advanced rules are SQL statements that that can be fairly complex but are also very powerful. Via the Manual Record popup they allow you to configure N-PVR to record all shows that match set condition(s). Define a daily recording and channel and set the advanced rules like one of the examples below.

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  • To record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: title like '%news%'
  • To record all shows with the 'news' in the title within a time period set rules to: title like '%news%' and time(start_time,'localtime') > time('hh:mm:ss') and time(start_time) < time('hh:mm:ss') , where hh:mm:ss represents time.
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  • Record all shows with 'news' in the title.

(:source lang=sql -getcode:) title like '' (:sourcend:)

  • Record all shows with 'news' in the title which fall within a set time period (hh:mm:ss represents a time).

(:source lang=sql -getcode:) title like '' and time(start_time,'localtime') > time('hh:mm:ss') and time(start_time) < time('hh:mm:ss') (:sourcend:)

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  • To record all shows with the 'news' in the title within a time period set rules to: title like '%news%' and time(start_time,'localtime') > time('hh:mm:ss') and time(end_time) < time('hh:mm:ss') , where hh:mm:ss represents time.
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  • To record all shows with the 'news' in the title within a time period set rules to: title like '%news%' and time(start_time,'localtime') > time('hh:mm:ss') and time(start_time) < time('hh:mm:ss') , where hh:mm:ss represents time.
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To record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: title like '%news%'

To record all shows with the 'news' in the title within a time period set rules to: title like '%news%' and time(start_time,'localtime') > time('hh:mm:ss') and time(end_time) < time('hh:mm:ss') , where hh:mm:ss represents time.

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  • To record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: title like '%news%'
  • To record all shows with the 'news' in the title within a time period set rules to: title like '%news%' and time(start_time,'localtime') > time('hh:mm:ss') and time(end_time) < time('hh:mm:ss') , where hh:mm:ss represents time.
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To record all shows with the 'news' in the title within a time period set rules to: title like '%news%' and substr(start_time,-8,8) > 'hh:mm:ss' and substr(end_time,-8,8) < 'hh:mm:ss' , where hh:mm:ss is (unfortunately) UTC time.

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To record all shows with the 'news' in the title within a time period set rules to: title like '%news%' and time(start_time,'localtime') > time('hh:mm:ss') and time(end_time) < time('hh:mm:ss') , where hh:mm:ss represents time.

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To record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: title like '%news%'

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To record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: title like '%news%'

To record all shows with the 'news' in the title within a time period set rules to: title like '%news%' and substr(start_time,-8,8) > 'hh:mm:ss' and substr(end_time,-8,8) < 'hh:mm:ss' , where hh:mm:ss is (unfortunately) UTC time.

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Advanced rules are SQL statements that that can be fairly complex but are also very powerful. Via the Manual Record popup allowing you to configure N-PVR to record all shows that match set condition(s).

Example

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Advanced rules are SQL statements that that can be fairly complex but are also very powerful. Via the Manual Record popup they allow you to configure N-PVR to record all shows that match set condition(s).

Examples

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To record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: title like '%news%'

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To record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: title like '%news%'

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To record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: title like ''"''

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To record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: title like '%news%'

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"The 'advanced rules' field that can be used to define some fairly complicated conditional rules. Eventually I may create a popup to create the rules for people, but for now they can either leave the advanced field alone, or write a sql clause. For example, to record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: title like ''"

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Advanced rules are SQL statements that that can be fairly complex but are also very powerful. Via the Manual Record popup allowing you to configure N-PVR to record all shows that match set condition(s).

Example

To record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: title like ''"''

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"The 'advanced rules' field that can be used to define some fairly complicated conditional rules. Eventually I may create a popup to create the rules for people, but for now they can either leave the advanced field alone, or write a sql clause. For example, to record all shows with the 'news' in the title on a particular channel, you can define a daily recording and set the advanced rules to: title like ''"

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