Advertisements I'm about to switch to OS X and an iMac Retina machine next week. I've done a lot of reading about it, and I feel mostly (if not fully) prepared for the move. However, there's one thing I can't seem to figure out. How do I PLAY .TiVo files on OS X? I've done a lot of googling, and everything I find seems to be based around CONVERTING files on OS X to something else. I don't really want to do that, as I have like 8TB of archived .TiVo files on my current/soon to be old Windows machine. On that box, I installed TiVo Desktop so I can get the codec in there, and then disabled the software and services from running. I use the kmttg/pytivo combo for transfer stuff. But I don't *DO* anything with the archives except watch them, so for me converting them is a process I don't see the point in. Plus with that much in the archives, I don't want to convert all of that. Which brings me back to my original question. How do I merely PLAY a .TiVo file on OS X? I see I can find old versions of the TiVo Desktop for Mac around the web (CNet has some for download). Is it as simple as the Windows side, which is install the Desktop, disable it, and then you can play the .TiVo files with anything else? Danke.