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@Raymond 0144 This is all to do with DRM (Digital Rigths Management) and copyright. Any company allowing that to happen will get sued pretty quickly.

What you CAN do (If your TV model supports it), is to use Time Machine (Called Time Machine II - i.e. Mark 2 - on later models). If it DOES, then plug a spare HDD or SSD into the back USB 2.0 (or a USB 3.0 spec slot if it has one), and it should trigger the preparation (setup) of it, to format it to the TV requirements. That should then allow the Time Machine APP to enable shceduled recordings, that you CAN watvch later of course,  but you will NOT be able to play them elsewhere, as it is in a proprietary format that only the TV will understand (DRM and Copyright again).

NOTE: you do NOT need to keep the TV on, ONLY ON STANDBY as it will wake up the TV tuner and the external disk when it needs to, 1 minute before the scheduled time (but the TV sreen will not be on).

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