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iBook - Recording Video (Tivo) on iBook G4


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I've got some stuff on my Tivo that I would like to dump to my iBook G4. I can't quite figure out how to do this. The Tivo has rca and s-video outputs -- would I just get an rca/s-vid to USB converter cable and plug n play? What software on the iBook would do the actual recording?
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You can't just convert video to USB with a cable. You would need a product from elgato.com or miglia.com for it to work

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would something like this work: Video USB Cable ?

If so, is iMovie the program that would actually record the stuff?
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That device doesn't support OS X and iMovie doesn't support USB devices

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