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Tivo to Computer To DVD-R

I'm sure there's multiple posts on the forum about this subject, but after several times seraching I couldn't really find anything. I'm basically looking to find a way other than real-time recording via video capture to go from my Tivo Series 2 to my computer and eventually record to my DVD burner. First of all is it possible, and then if it is, HOW?? (sorry for the caps, but I've been searching for a long time). Thanks for any help in advance.

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Sure there are ways to do it, but it's against forum rules to discuss it here.

Do a Google search and you'll probably find what you're looking for.

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There's lots of cool utilities to stream video from Tivo to PCs - but they can't be discussed here. You'll need to go to the 'other' forum (which can't even be named here without the forum software deleting the reference!).

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Sorry for posting, "forbidden topics" thanks for the responses.

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We can discuss the analog transfer of video from TiVo, ie a PC with a video capture card.

But the other all digital way is verbotten.

Try Googling 'jjbliss'.

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Or you could pick up that DVD-recorder equipped TiVo...

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...but I had already invested several grand in a new Apple G5 with a 250 GB HD and a Superdrive (dvd burner) before I saw the TiVo enabled dvd burners.

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