Asander

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  1. Is an ATV4 app ever going to be released?

    IFA 2017 has come and gone - but I haven't seen any information that you guys have made any progress with the app you have announced for the IFA 2017 timeframe - should we instead look forward to IFA 2018?
  2. Is an ATV4 app ever going to be released?

    Hi Ton, I have been following this thread almost from the beginning and I strongly support your point of view, this is about getting an EyeTV app for the ATV4 for streaming *.eyetv recordings most preferably from any source - I use a Synology Disk - and not just from the archive location which resides on my Mac. I currently use DS Video Station or PLEX both of which provide an app for the ATV4, or Infuse from FireCore - they do the job but not as nicely as I imagine an EyeTV app would do it. aTV Flash of FireCore running on my jail-broken ATV2 was even better, handling the *.eyetv containers just like EyeTV would. I switched to ATV4 because it seemed certain that Elgato would port their app to the ATV4 and I am quite pissed that never happened. So, I cross my fingers the call you are going to have will be good, unfortunately I can't join because of vacation, but I am looking forward to the outcome.
  3. Video jerky when exporting HD to ATV

    I am having the same or at least closely related problem: when viewing *eyetv files which I have edited to remove commercials using the bullt-in editor, the video output hangs while the audio output continues. This does not happen when replaying them using EyeTV on the Mac, but it did happen when I was still using a jail-broken ATV2 running FireCore or Infuse, and it still happens now that I have an ATV4 using Infuse, Plex or DS Video. I just realize, I haven't tried exporting to iTunes and replaying from there. Will try and report, but exporting to iTunes is just a hassle.
  4. EyeTV: concatenation of two clips ?

    Indeed I found this solution almost 10 years ago and it worked for me, yet I haven't tried it for some time: http://www.macgadget.de/Forum/MPEG-Daten-zusammenschneiden Dieses Problem habe ich für mich wie folgt gelöst: Man öffnet die drei EyeTV-Container, die die MPEG2-Filme enthalten (Paketinhalt anzeigen) und kopiert die MPEGs unter Änderung der Datei-Namen in Film.001, Film.002 und Film.003 in ein anderes Verzeichnis. Dort kann man die 3 Dateien mit "AJoiner" (erhältlich unter Versiontracker) zu Einer zusammenfassen. (Mit Shell-Commando CAT geht's auch). Nun wird's kompliziert. Man muss mit EyeTV einen Leer-Container erzeugen. Dazu öffnet man einen beliebigen Film zum Bearbeiten, setzt einen Marker (mit 0 Sekunden Ausdehnung, es dürfen keine weiteren Marker gesetzt sein). Dann "Clip als Film speichern" aus dem Aktions-Menü wählen. Man erhält im EyeTV-Archiv einen neuen Container, den man mit "Paketinhalt anzeigen" öffnet. Die dortige MPEG-Datei ist 0MB groß. Die mit Ajoiner zusammengefasste Datei muss nun den etwas kryptischen Namen der 0MB-MPEG-Datei erhalten. Danach ist die nun umbenannte Ajoiner-Datei in den EyeTV-Container zu ziehen. Die Systemmeldung mit Ja beantworten, um die 0MB-Datei mit der Ajoiner-Datei zu überschreiben. In EyeTV kann nun die immer noch als 0MB-groß angezeigte Clip-Datei zum Bearbeiten geöffnet werden. EyeTV passt den Container an und die alle drei Filme umfassende Datei kann mit EyeTV geschnitten werden. Fertig. And my adhoc translation to English: in finder, open the EyeTV containers with the respective *.mpg files (show package content) and copy the *.mpg files into a new folder renaming them film.001, film.002 and so forth. Now merge the files using "Ajoiner" into one (or use shell-command CAT). Then you have to generate an empty EyeTV-container: in EyeTV, open an *.eyetv file in edit mode, place just one marker somewhere, then press "save clip as movie". As a result you will find a new *.eyetv file in EyeTV-archive of 0 MB size. In finder, open that container, copy the filename of the *.mpg file and rename the concatenated file you had previously generated. Then copy this file to the EyeTV-container of 0 MB. Agree to the system warning that you are about to replace a file of same name. Then in EyeTV, open this *eyetv file in edit mode which still has 0 MB and edit it as desired. Done.