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DVR to Mac to DVD???


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Is there any way to take the recorded programs from my DRV to my Mac so I can burn a DVD??
Thanks in advance!
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Is there any way to take the recorded programs from my DRV to my Mac so I can burn a DVD??
Thanks in advance!
Good question Phelps.
I'm interested in finding out too!
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There is not a direct way. You need to get something like an EyeTV (http://www.elgato.com) or a Plextor PVR (http://www.plextor.com) and import the videos at realtime

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If you have a firewire cable 6-4 or a 6-6 and the appropriate dvr this might help.
http://mac_hdtv_timer.home.comcast.net/index.html
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