Capturing audio (possibly video) from 722 DVR

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anonymouse99

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I would like to save copies of some audio (and possibly video) from my DVR recordings. Is there an easy way to do this digitally? I am trying to avoid having to save it in an analog format and redigitizing it on a CD.

I mean, can someone recommend an extremely high quality PCI card or a professional/portable device to convert Optical/SPID/HDMI to a CD/DVD recordable format?

Ideally, I would like a device to convert from Optical/SPID/HDMI to USB (which I can plug into a laptop, and use an audio capture device).

I am curious to get your steps to do this? -TIA
 
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CowboyDren

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Nope. At least not video; there may be a digital audio to USB
dongle that I've never looked for. Better luck finding a high end audio capture card. You're stuck in analog only, but it works quite well.
 
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No way (that I know of) to do this.

To get Dylan's "Theme Time Radio Hour" shows to my PC & iTunes, I first go from DVR to DVD+R, then rip into MP3 on the PC. You could also go from analog audio output of DVR directly to PC if you have it wired up for this.
 
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CowboyDren

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Here you go:
[ame=http://www.amazon.com/Behringer-U-CONTROL-UCA202-USB-Audio-Interface/dp/B000J0IIEQ?tag=satelliteguys-20]Amazon.com: Behringer U-CONTROL UCA202 USB-Audio Interface: Musical Instruments[/ame]
 

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