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  1. Hello, First, I am well aware that Roxio allows conversion to HD. The only thing is... It does not end up HD. It sure increases the file size tremendously, no doubt about that, but it doesn't actually seem to improve the quality of the video. If the original video is blurry, the new HD file is still blurry. So my question is, while it is possible to convert ordinary video files into HD video files, is there anything I can do to actually improve the quality of the video in terms of viewing experience? Apologies if this is an easy/noob question.
  2. I've used Tivo Transfer to move half a season of a show onto my Mac. I multi-select the shows in Tivo Transfer, then pick "Toast It", which populates the video files box with 8 episodes. I click Convert, go with the default AppleTV format, it gives a time estimate that makes sense for 8 hours of TV. It converts successfully through the first episode, then stops with this error: "Couldn't complete the last command because (ID=-1407)." I've tried this with multiple combinations of files, from both TiVo Transfer and other sources, and every time I have more than one file in the Video Files window, it dies after only converting one file with a similar error after the first one. Frustrating. Any thoughts on what is causing this?
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