Question: Can You Transfer XFinity DVR Recordings To A Flash Drive?

Can you transfer Comcast DVR recordings to a flash drive?

For your info, the USB port on the XFinity DVR is disabled and there’s no way to enable it.

That’s why nothing happens when you connect a USB cable to it and your computer.

Apparently, the only way to copy a video from the XFinity DVR is to play it back and record the playback with some capture card/device..

Can I download recorded shows from my Comcast DVR?

You can download and watch completed recordings from your Cloud DVR service within the U.S. when connected to WiFi or mobile network (data rates may apply). Up to five mobile devices (up to two on select Xfinity TV packages) can have downloaded recordings. You can have up to 50 downloads on each device.

Can you save shows from your DVR to a flash drive?

To copy the contents from the DVR to a portable flash drive, first copy the file from the DVR’s hard drive to the computer’s hard drive. … All the needed software for the computer is included with the digital transfer box, and the process will not negatively affect the DVR in any way.

Will I lose my DVR recordings if I upgrade?

Re: FiosOne upgrade = Transferring recorded content from old DVR. Verizon has said that the DVR is not designed for long term storage. If the box has a hardware failure, you lose all of the recordings as well.

How do I transfer DVR recordings to my computer?

To use a capture device to copy shows, plug the device into your computer and then plug an HDMI or component cable from your DVR box to the device. From there, use either the video capture device’s included software to record the played back show on your DVR, or use another video capture software.