OK, I've tried for 3 days solidly, to figure out how to transfer recorded videos from my DVR (Pace RNG200N) to my Mac Mini. I've learned way more about somethings than I ever wanted to know, however, I'm still unsure how to proceed. With analog disappearing March 1, 2016, I would still like to watch certain programs in a different room than my DVR. Since I've been capturing these same 2 programs on my Analog TV and VCR for 30 years, I still want this option. Before I start taking apart my DVR and Mac Mini, perhaps someone on this site can help me figure this out what to do before I go slowly insane. I wait with bated breath while my dear husband is still waiting to be fed. Patt According to the Manual for Pace RNG200N CABLE IN -Connect the cable service here. ETHERNET - For use in home networks. VIDEO OUT - Connect to the composite video input on your VCR (or a standard TV). AUDIO OUT - Connect to the L and R audio inputs on your stereo TV, stereo VCR, or optional stereo amplify DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (electrical)- Connect to the electrical digital audio input on optional digital audio equipment, such as an audio decoder or home theater receiver. S-VIDEO- Connect to the S-video input (if present) on your VCR or TV. HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface)- If your HDTV has an HDMI, connect it here for a digital audio/video connection (instead of using the AUDIO and three analog COMPONENT VIDEO connectors CableCARD module - Removal will interrupt your service. IR RECEIVE - Connect to an optional remote “eye”. DC IN +12V - Connect your set-top’s power supply unit here. Make this connection last of al COMPONENT VIDEO - If your HDTV does not have an HDMI, connect your HDTV here. DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (optical) - Connect to the optical digital audio input on optional digital audio equipment. TO TV - Connect to the RF/antenna input on your TV or VCR (optional). USB (Universal Serial Bus) port - Connect to compatible optional equipment that supports a USB 2.0 interface (future use). eSATA - Connect to an optional external hard disk (if this feature is enabled by your cable service-provider). 1394 - Connect to a TV with a 1394 port or to any other 1394-compatible device.