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    Transfer Recording From DVR To Computer

    I have a Vizio 42" HDTV with a VIP722K DishNetwork DVR. My son has a Sportfishing Boat in Kailua Kona Hawaii. He took Tred Barta of VS Tv out to film one of his episodes for TV. I recorded the episode and I want to transfer it to my computer so that I can share it with my other family members. If it is possible can someone show me how to do it in simple terms that I can understand. Tommie


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    Its not possible, the format is proprietary to Dish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommiefromva View Post
    I have a Vizio 42" HDTV with a VIP722K DishNetwork DVR. My son has a Sportfishing Boat in Kailua Kona Hawaii. He took Tred Barta of VS Tv out to film one of his episodes for TV. I recorded the episode and I want to transfer it to my computer so that I can share it with my other family members. If it is possible can someone show me how to do it in simple terms that I can understand. Tommie
    You can't do a straight transfer like from the hard drive inside the receiver across the network or via the external hard drive option on the VIP722K. You can however use a video capture card and play the episode back and then record it on your PC.
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    What type of Video Capture Card do I need to get and where do I hook it up. I am really a novice at this. Is there a website that discribes how to do this. Thanks Tommie

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsafreak View Post
    You can't do a straight transfer like from the hard drive inside the receiver across the network or via the external hard drive option on the VIP722K. You can however use a video capture card and play the episode back and then record it on your PC.
    This is the only way to do it. There are several depending on if you are transferring SD or HD. Black Magic Designs makes some and Aver Media (Avertv) also make some. The Aver has 2 HDMI ports.
    Last edited by whatchel1; 07-09-2011 at 05:37 PM.

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