Why on earth would you want to take a relatively high quality source such as a DVD player and send it out through a coax cable?!
You ought to use either component video or HDMI for video. You do have an HD display, don't you? If not, why would you get a TiVo Premiere?
On the unlikely chance that you are using a TiVo Premiere with a legacy analog TV, you still ought to try the component, S-video, or composite inputs on your TV to hook up your DVD player rather than running the coax output from the DVD player through a second video device. Macrovision alone would suggest that you shouldn't run the DVD through a TiVo.
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