How to burn TV shows to DVD Video
If you've got a TV tuner card on your computer, it's time you started recording TV to your PC. Check out our start-to-finish guide to building your own DVR.
You can watch TV anywhere these days, so why not on your computer? Installing a TV tuner card is easy--follow these instructions, and you'll be channel surfing in no time.
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Step 3: It's time to select which programming you want to put on your PDA; you have a choice of recording from live TV or a prerecorded show.
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Step 5: You're almost ready to start watching TV on the go. In this next step, Tom Merritt shows you how to select and transfer your TV shows from your computer to your PDA.