HI there, Can anyone help me with this. I have a New Zealand Tivo HD player and use it with Telecom NZs service to record the NZ Freeview TV channels. When I download the videos to my computer using the Tivo desktop they play fine on windows media player, and tivo desktop can convert them happily to run on my PSP. Trouble is I want to convert the tivo files in to a format that will be recognised by "PS3 Server" so I can stream these videos to a second TV I have in the bedroom. It is a Sony Bravia on my network and supports DLNA video streaming. Unfortunately PS3 Server doesn't recognise the native Tivo file format so I need to convert to something else. I tried using "direct show dump utility" to convert them to an MPeg format. For some reason the files created by Direct show dump utility do not have sound on them. I suspect it may be something to do with the format NZ freeview is recorded in. I believe they are recorded with h.264 sound. PS3 Server recognises and streams most other file types from my PC to the Bravia - including ripped DVDs in ISO and VOB formats so I guess even a program that would convert Tivo with sound to one of these formats would work fine. I thought this would be very easy to do but as yet haven't found a program to do the conversion of these NZ Tivo files. Any assistance you may be able to provide would be great.