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  1. Here are the instructions that Angela provided (along with the software link). 1.Download and install this software!jEd2mQ4S!54t6FQDNVwlz2HT1lmjlUfO4VlZizU5BskYanMhrovk 2. Auto-tune channels 3. Click eyetv/Preferences/Guide/Service: select EyeTVEPGPremium and sign in your EPG account. 4. Choose all the channels and switch EPG from Opencable to EyeTVEPGPremium. 5. Click Program Guide and choose the option Update Program Guide
  2. Ah, I think you are right! The message I got when I clicked on the EyeTV Plus was in German! And, as I said, everything else seems to be working fine. Nice to know the error message I got is not anything serious. With regard to the source of the EPG, when I checked the EyeTV Preferences:Guide, I see that 'EyeTVEPGPremium - USA & Canada' is selected. It shows being active until January of next year (one year after I renewed my TV Guide subscription). Just in case you are interested, there is another selection for 'EyeTVEPGPremium - Europe'. I think I'll ask if I can get my subscription extended a few months, as it stopped working within a week or so of renewing (talk about your bad timing!). Can't hurt to ask.
  3. I emailed Angela this week and received a link to EyeTV DBG version 3.6.9 (7527). I was pleased (and surprised) to discover that this version supports my HDHomeRun box. Following the instructions she sent, I was able to configure the software and load in all my channels. As far as I can tell, everything is working properly. The program guide shows a full two week schedule. I do have a setup problem however. It doesn't seem to affect the operation of things, but when I select the EyeTV Plus tab under 'Library', I get the following message Access not allowed Dear Eyetv customer, Dear Eyetv customer You see this page, because unfortunately your eyetv plus subscription has expired or you have not registered properly. Please log in correctly with your email address and password. For more information about Eyetv Plus and its associated subscription, visit I suspect the problem may be due to the fact that I have an older version of EyeTV installed on this Mac and that program was activated using the code that Geniatech sent me back in January when I renewed my account. When I try to use that code with my updated software, I get a message that "the renewal code has already been used". As I say, it doesn't seem to be preventing everything from working - at least for now. Like other folks, I'm hoping they make the software 64 bit, but for now it appears I am back in business.
  4. Hey, what's going on? There have been no new posts for the last three weeks. Anybody know what's happening?
  5. Thanks! I picked up the latest MPEG Streamclip (it's 64 bit) and I still have the old MPEG-2 install that I got from Apple eons ago! I've been moaning and groaning knowing that my Quicktime 7 Pro is going away. I'll give this a shot.
  6. I'm guessing that you will keep you Mac Mini at MacOS 10.14 or lower (to avoid the 64 bit trap). Just out of curiosity, what software do you use to edit the .TS files? G
  7. Rats! I was afraid that might be the case. Here's hoping they change that in a later beta... Thanks for getting back to me on this. G
  8. I am tempted to try the beta software (I still have my EyeTV account). Before I try however, does anyone know if this software will work with an HDHomeRun box (like other folks with this hardware, I'm running the old 3.6.9 (7520) software). Thanks, George PS: I'm currently using XMLTV - it works great, although there are a few local channels it does not get, so I have to resort to ATSC for those...