The 880 has no video out port. The 2000 provides this with an optional board; the 2480 has this built in.
You may be able to connect to a DAW via MIDI for control, but the setup is challenging at first.
Your best option may be to use the 880 as a recorder, then transfer tracks to computer for edit and mixing.
There are a couple ways to do this:
1) Record tracks into the computer in real time via analog or digital outs on the 880
2) Get a SCSI2SD board and either save your songs to SD card, or record directly to the SD. Either way works, but for safety, probably recording to the internal 880 drive and saving a copy to the SD is more prudent. When your tracks are safe and secure on the SD, get a copy of VSWE(Windows only, but works fine on a Mac running Windows in a virtual machine)-- available from generous souls here-- and convert the 880 audio to WAV, then import to your favorite DAW. As I recall, my old Mac surprisingly read the 880 SD card directly without any fuss.
Each method has its pros and cons.
1 is slow and aligning tracks can be a bit frustrating. You end up working on a copy of the session material, so disasters are avoided.
2 is also slow and takes considerable initial setup to configure the board, format the SD, etc. Again you are working on a copy of the audio which is certainly safer than altering your session material. You'll also have an additional work copy on the SD after you copy from the SD to the computer. Too many backups is an impossibility!
The real upside to this is that imported tracks align perfectly, no fussing.