Shaw Gateway - Settings

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Here you will find information about the variety of settings that you can use to customize your Gateway experience. For a quick tutorial on the settings for your Arris Gateway or Gateway HDPVR, please see the video below.

 

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Access the Settings Menu

Available Settings

Secondary Audio Streams

 

 

Watch this video to learn more about the settings for your Shaw Gateway

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Access the Settings Menu

To access the settings menu on your Shaw Gateway system:

 

  1. Press the MENU button on your Gateway remote
  2. Use the RIGHT and LEFT arrows on your remote to navigate to Settings
  3. After a moment the settings options will appear

 

 

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Available Settings

Below you will find a list of of options appearing in the Gateways settings menu, as well as a brief description of what they will allow you to customize.

 

 

Main Settings
  • Recording Space: Allows you to see how much of your PVR recording storage you have used, as a percentage.
  • TV Setup: Select your TV viewing quality (1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p, 480i)
  • Aspect Ratio: Choose between the standard (4:3) and widescreen (16:9) aspect ratios
    • Standard allows you to choose how to display HD content between letterbox or cropped
    • Widescreen allows you to choose how to display non-HD content between stretch, maintain or off
  • Recording Defaults: Set your default recording preferences. For example, start and stop times (on time or early), keep times (until deleted, until space is needed, etc), episode limit and more
  • Audio Output: Select between Dolby Digital, stereo, and mono audio outputs

 

 

Other Settings
  • Front Panel: Modify the brightness of your clock which appears on the front display of your portal (high, medium, low, off)d
  • Local Network Status: Allows you to see your network interface, DNS, active connection and refresh the connection.
  • Skip: Set the amount of time that passes when you press the SKIP button on your Gateway remote. Options include 30 seconds, 3 minutes, 5 minutes and 15 minutes
  • Closed Caption: Enable or disable closed captioning on your Gateway
  • External Hard Drive: Allows you to safely disconnect your external hard drive to ensure that all data is stored properly. Stop all recordings and recorded playback and then choose the Disconnect option
  • Sound Effects: Changes the volume of the sound that plays when you interact with the Shaw Gateway using your remote control. Settings include high, medium, low or mute
  • Channel Guide: Enable the Channel Guide to see your TV programming information in a traditional time grid format. Once enabled, you can launch the Channel Guide view from the TV channels list, or by pressing the C key on your Shaw Remote
  • Channel List: Allows you to hide channels in the menu channel list by selecting them from a list
  • Tips: Select this option to see tips on the various controls, shortcuts and settings available to you with the Shaw Gateway

 

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Secondary Audio Streams

Secondary audio streams can be adjusted by pressing the INFO button on your Shaw Gateway remote while viewing a channel. Within the Info menu there will be a section labelled Language. Toggling between the available options will change the audio stream. 

 

Not all channels have additional audio streams but those that do may include audio in a different language, descriptive video services, or sometimes streams with no audio at all.

 

 

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Related Articles

How to Use the Shaw Gateway

Shaw Gateway PVR Recording - Setting a Series Recording

 


 

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