Dan Sczygelski

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About Dan Sczygelski

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  1. Well it seems the only thing worse than an incomplete program guide is NO program guide. Not good.
  2. I came home from a long weekend away and found I have nothing listed in my Electronic Program Guide on EyeTV3 or EyeTV4. In the setup screen it says my Program guide account is active until Aug 30, 2022. That is 22 days from now. In addition, I can not find a place to buy an extension to my program guide. I find the picture of it on this web site and click on it but it goes to the EyeTV software instead of the guide. Now what?
  3. I recently purchased EyeTV 4 and while it does have many issues I have developed a way to record and export the videos. I use SHOTCUT video editing software which is free and open source. They even have an Apple Silicon version that is VERY fast on my Mac Studio. I open the saved eyetv video file (right-click and show package) and drag the largest file (which is the actual video) into the open Shotcut window. With only a few tools you can edit the commercials out of the video and export to a *.mp4 file. With Apple Silicon support it is able to export very quickly and make much smaller files then I used to make with my old TURBOHD.264 USB stick. If anyone needs help getting it to work just reply back and ask. As far as any other work-a-rounds for the many bugs, please let me know what you have discovered. Thanks,
  4. I recently purchased EyeTV 4 and while it does have many issues I have developed a way to record and export the videos. I use SHOTCUT video editing software which is free and open source. They even have an Apple Silicon version that is VERY fast on my Mac Studio. I open the saved eyetv video file (right-click and show package) and drag the largest file (which is the actual video) into the open Shotcut window. With only a few tools you can edit the commercials out of the video and export to a *.mp4 file. With Apple Silicon support it is able to export very quickly and make much smaller files then I used to make with my old TURBOHD.264 USB stick. If anyone needs help getting it to work just reply back and ask. As far as any other work-a-rounds for the many bugs, please let me know. Thanks,