You can convert Tivo recordings into a format playable on a Sansa e280 with free software, but it's a lengthy, awkward process:
It's unfortunate that step 3 is necessary. But the Sansa Media Converter refuses to open the .mpg files created by DirectShow Dump. It gives an error message of: "This file ... cannot be imported, please install the codec first. If the files can playback on your computer, probably the Sansa Media Convert does not support this format, or the file is corrupted." In fact, the files do play on my computer.
This is a time-consuming process. For a one-hour program, step 1 takes about an hour, step 2 takes a minute or so, step 3 takes about two hours, and step 4 takes a few minutes.
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