Apr. 4th, 2011

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Have some stuff on a Time Warner DVR, that I want to keep permanently and get onto my computer running Windows Vista 64 bit. I don't really care about the video quality, as long as it is watchable, and the sound stays in sync and that I will be able to edit it in Windows Movie Maker once on my computer. My computer does have a slot for RCA inputs, and the DVR has a slot for RCA outputs. However I've started Windows Movie Maker, while connecting the two and it doesn't work!

I'm considering buying special USB software, used for VCRs (same outputs) and possibly using a Win XP laptop. If I invest in software, what is the best to use? I'm looking at all kinds of things on Amazon/Best Buy and a lot of things have negative reviews and software issues.



So what method would you recommend getting non HD content off a DVR and onto a computer running Windows Vista 64 bit? The stuff was recorded in SD, off a non HD channel, so I don't think copy protections is an issue.

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