Chris M

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  1. According to this article, M1 macs only run Big Sur and above. So Eyetv3 will not run natively on an M1 mac, as it's not 64bit. You might find someone using parallels though. It's frustrating as EyeTV 3 is far better than Eyetv 4.
  2. Just my 2c worth. I have used EYETV 3 for many years, and unfortunately I paid for EyeTV 4 - the worst purchase of the year. It's clunky, bug-ridden, and the editing and export functions are worse than basic. I can't think of a single way in which 4 is superior to 3. I'm one of the lucky ones who still has an old Mac Mini around to run 32 bit apps on, however.
  3. Don't hold your breath. I don't think many people would call EyeTV 4 a success and I seriously doubt Geniatech will bother porting it to ARM.
  4. The editor is terrible compared with the one in EyeTV 3. It's the main reason I've stopped using EyeTV 4.
  5. I have given up using EyeTV 4 because of the editor. I agree the one in EyeTV 3 was far better and much more intuitive.
  6. Apple remote's working fine for me on build 3522 and High Sierra 10.13.1 It's an old (white) Apple remote though, not a recent one.
  7. Yes, 7522 works perfectly with a Sat Free on High Sierra. It's more stable than 7520 on Sierra.
  8. Is there any way to remove it? I can't really see me ever wanting to use it.
  9. Works perfectly for me on 10.13.1 with version 3522 and an EyeTV Sat Free.
  10. In case anyone is worrying (as I was) as a result of this thread, I installed Sierra 10,12 official release on three Macs running EyeTV and everything has been running perfectly for a week or so - no need to reinstall, and all EyeTV devices recognised fine.
  11. I had the same problem, and the same solution works for me - thanks.