As you’ve already seen, Typecast can get recording information from Windows Media Center and display what programs in your search results will be or have been recorded. I’m working on adding more Windows Media Center features to Typecast. In the next version, Typecast will be able to tell your Windows Media Center (via a small “Typecast WMC Server” component running on your WMC) to record a single program or to record a series. The biggest advantage Typecast will have over similar utilities (e.g., the no-longer-available Ceton My Media Center) is that Typecast will not require WMC to be running at the same time as Typecast. Typecast can use your file synchronization service (e.g., OneDrive, Google Drive, Syncthing, etc.) to communicate even though one of them is offline. I hope to release this in February 2019.
After that, I think I’ll add an option for Typecast to automatically schedule recordings of programs that appear in your search results. For example, if you have a search for new five-star movies released after 2017, you will be able to tell Typecast to automatically tell WMC to record any movie that appears in that search’s results.
Anyway, in order to prepare for this release, please be sure that you’re running the latest version. In the next release, I will delete some code that I added to migrate old files and convert old data formats. Rather than try to carry that code around forever (because I can’t test it forever), I’m deleting it. If you’re running the latest version of Typecast, all of your files and data are up to date, and you won’t care about that old code going away.