Years ago - on my last version of the TiVo box I used - there was a way to DL
some of the programming to your PC. But, you were limited to only certain ones
that the networks would allow you to do this with. This way - I could view some
of my TV shows on my laptop whilst commuting on the train. However, I don't
think I was ever able to actually Edit those videos - only view them with the
viewer that was distributed by TiVo.
That being said - there used to be (and I think there STILL Is) - special video
cards which you can use to view TV on your PC. But, not sure if with that you
could edit videos. But, maybe you can. May be worth a look...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ken Kixmoeller (ProFox)"
Date: Monday, October 17, 2016 5:33 pm
Subject: [NF] Save Video from cable TV
> 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:
> ER130/dp/B00LAP3GC8I 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/B011QHAOWOWould that do it?
> Recorder/dp/B0018LX0DYPVR? 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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