It gives the user the ability to record high quality high definition TV directly from a standard high definition cable box to a computer over a 1394 cable (also known as FireWire or i.LINK). This is intended for use on Windows-based computers.
Many other systems which allow content to be recorded on a computer require additional devices. With RedButton, all that is required is a high definition cable box with a working 1394 port, a computer with a 1394 port, and the RedButton software. While RedButton is running, the computer becomes a PVR, and has the ability to schedule programs to be recorded at a future time. When the RedButton software is not running, the computer is returned to its original state and functions normally.
Complete instructions for using RedButton are contained in the Release Notes.
The RedButton software is free to distribute and use.
No warranty is provided by anyone, and the user assumes all responsibility for its use.
A .iso file burner such as infrarecorder on your PC : http://infrarecorder.org/
If you need to work with ISO file, WinISO is the perfect tool view it
You can burn an IMG file easily to a DVD on your Mac view it
Download Windows 7 Beta and put it on a disc! view it
In this series of How do I, we'll tell you what the Roku player is, what it does, and show you how to set it up so you can start streaming video. view it
We show you how to set up your Roku device so that it's networked, ready to run and connected to your TV. view it
Roku is a channel-based video service so in this episode, we'll show you how to add channels and surf between them on your Roku. view it
The Roku XDS has a USB port on the side that allows you to play videos, music and more from external drives like USB drives. view it