Thanks, Mike --
If I get a DVR, can I gain access to and manipulate the files?
On Mon, Oct 17, 2016 at 4:55 PM, Mike Copeland <m...@ggisoft.com> wrote:
> I might be off base, but most cable companies have gone to great lengths
> to prevent you from recording video off their feed.
> Saying that, I have had success with the Windows 7 Media Player recording
> tv feed from an Internet streaming feed (but not from cable feed.)
> I thought I read that Microsoft removed the video recording from a video
> stream in Windows 8 and above.
> I also tried several of the OpenSource packages on Linux, complete with
> hardware, and had no luck. After a few hundred hours I figured I had
> already spent more than a years rental of a DVR from my cable company would
> Good luck!
> Mike Copeland
> Ken Kixmoeller (ProFox) wrote:
>> Hey - --
>> Because of my famous dog (https://www.instagram.com/caninehappyhour/), I
>> need to be able to:
>> -- record live (cable) TV, and
>> -- gain access to the files in order to edit them.
>> We aren't big TV folks, and we have never had a DVR. I'd be willing to buy
>> an inexpensive one, but shopping and Googling confuses the heck out of me.
>> For example i see these:
>> I see I have to add my own USB hard disk (which I have). Would that do it?
>> -- https://www.amazon.com/Sling-Media-SB375-100-Slingbox-M2/dp/
>> Would that do it?
>> PVR? Personal Video Recorder?
>> Comcast is our provider. Is there a way to do this without additional
>> I need to record stuff Thursday & Friday.
>> Anybody willing to give me a kick me in the right direction?
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