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How to record from TIVO to DVD in fast speed?

Is there a way to quickly record TIVO'd programs onto DVD's without havign to sit through the shows and movies in real time? Can this process be quickly and if so, how? Thanks!!

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Nope, I think you have to sit through the entire show just like my DVR.

If you have a VHS>DVR you can put it on VHS first and then do a dup but your quality wont be quit as good.

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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  1. Usually DVD players DVD players come along with remote controls which have fast forward buttons which have the icon as ">>" .
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Greetings dexter11,

It appears that there is a gap in the recent technologies. It appears most of the VCR/DVD-R combo's you can purchase will not allow you to "timer record". There are a few from a few manufactures that do allow this but they are the more expensive units with integrated digital tuners.

Now I know you said you were not interested in TIVO because of the lack of a home phone line, but if you have an internet connection it will allow you to use your wireless network to receive programing updates as well.

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