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  1. EyeTV 3.6.9 on High Sierra, crashing

    Is that with 10.13.2?
  2. EyeTV and 10.13.2

    With the release of 10.13.2 can anyone report back their experience with EyeTV 3.6.9 (7522) please?
  3. EyeTV 3.6.9 on High Sierra, crashing

    Anyone from Australia who is using a Elgato Diversity tuner (as a double channel tuner) using 3.6.9 (7522) working properly under high sierra?
  4. EyeTV 3.6.9 on High Sierra, crashing

    Can others please confirm that 3.6.9 (3522) now works reliably on High Sierra?
  5. EyeTV Diversity tuner is no longer available in Australia either so EyeTV is useless if my current device breaks. They need to support the HDHomerun products unless they intend to introduce their own new tuners. They also need to have 4 tuner support (like the new HDHomerun product).
  6. Silicon Dust HDHomeRun CONNECT 4 tuner

    It’s all irrelevant now as Geniatech has removed HD support for Homerun devices as of the 7521 version of EyeTV 😩. Although 7520 still works but as it is 32 bit it will stop working with the next version of the MacOS
  7. EyeTV 3.6.9 on High Sierra, crashing

    Has anyone tried the new 7522 version of 3.6.9 to see if it solves any of the High Sierra issues? https://www.geniatech.eu/software/
  8. Hi all, this just posted from SiliconDust page: "The New 5th Generation HDHomeRun CONNECT has launched in the USA and there have been many questions regarding launch in other regions globally, here is some detail: There is a 2 tuner (replacing current CONNECT with a slimmer, sleek metal enclosure design, with same great function) and a new 4 tuner model offering more tuners with one antenna input to increase your base tuner count or add to your existing tuners. These have launched in USA only at this time. Other regional role outs will continue into mid to late 2018 (4 tuner HDHomeRun QUATRO is sold exclusively through Best Buy USA through Dec 31st) UK EU AU NZ devices use DVB-T or DVB-T2 (different hardware / guts) signals and those are in the production and certification processes now. Roll out will begin in UK retail before end of the year and continue to Q1 2018 for EU, AU and NZ markets. These require more on the certification side than other regions. Which takes significantly more time." Do you think this might be a supported tuner for EyeTV (Australian version of the above)?
  9. Is an ATV4 app ever going to be released?

    Any update on this, we really need this aTV app for EyeTV. There is an obvious market for it.
  10. EyeTV 3.6.9 (7517) upgrade on Mac OS X 10.12.4

    Have you tried build 7518 yet?
  11. Is an ATV4 app ever going to be released?

    Can we please get an update from Geniatech as to what is happening with their TvOS app? Even some statements about their beta would be useful and keep your customers happy that at least something is happening!
  12. Compatibility with MacOS Sierra

    I updated my late 2012 iMac to Sierra last week and so far EyeTV 3.6.9 (7514) seems to be working perfectly.
  13. Compatibility with MacOS Sierra

    Can anyone report back regarding the effect of the just released 10.12.4 on EyeTV 3.6.9
  14. Is an ATV4 app ever going to be released?

    Any more news on the progress of the TV app? Any chance of answering my question as to whether or not the eyeTV files will require to be converted to be played by the TV app (see my earlier post) like the iOS apps require. If it did that would be a really bad decision.
  15. Is an ATV4 app ever going to be released?

    It would be good to know if the TV app will read the native eyetv files without on the fly transcoding rather than having to "prepare" the file (i.e. transcode it so you nearly double the size of the file) as you currently have to do with iPhone/iPad remote access. There is absolutely no reason to "prepare" a file with the power of modern devices to transcode on the fly (as Infuse, VLC do as examples). I would consider this a critical feature and without it there would be little point in buying a EyeTV TVos app.