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What model DVR?
Quantum VMS supports dlna.
So you might be able to get a program to access it.
You need to use the Verizon Fios Mobile app to watch your recordings on remote devices. The mobile app is available for Android and iOS so you will need an emulator to run the app on a Windows machine.
An emulator is a program that makes one type of machine act like another type of machine thus allowing the software to run. In this case, to make your PC look like an Android device so you can run Android apps.
You will need to search for an Android emulator and install that first. You can then go to the App store, download the Verizon Fios Mobile App, and setup remote access to the DVR. It's a little time consuming but not that hard to do.
In the Stream from DVR to PC thread, HardCastle said that he is using the Bluestack Android emulator. http://www.bluestacks.com/ so that might be a good place to start.
As with any software install, read several reviews first before you install programs (especially free programs) and make sure you have adequately prepared for recovery if things go wrong.
There is still no way to do this. I have tried numerous Android emulators and all of them only allow to stream from "the Cloud" instead of from the DVR. Verizon desperately needs a Windows app and some people other than me need to start talking about it.
I agree. It doesn't happen often but there are times when I want to watch a program I've recorded on my DVR while traveling, e.g,, in a hotel room. My daughter has Comcast and she can do it -- watch on her phone, watch on her iPad. And she can even download a DVR'ed program and watch it offline. I'm sure there are some restrictions on all of this but Fios definitely needs to allow me to watch recorded content whereever I want.
And like Karl, I want to do it on my PC. Not just on my phone.
If you have Quantum DVR, you can watch it on the road, just like your daughter.
On a phone or on a tablet.
I do it all the time.
Unfortunately, no download support for offline yet.
And there isn't support for PCs (mac or Windows).