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  1. EYETV on HIGH SIERRA - 10.13 beta 1

    Ha! You beat me to it. Just updated all my Mac's to beta 2 and iOS devices as well. Fixed a lot. Message syncing across systems finally works, too.
  2. EYETV on HIGH SIERRA - 10.13 beta 1

    Very interesting find. The latest version works on install but closing and reopening the app crashes when the programme window opens. Modifying the build number from 7518 to 1 or 0 in the com.elgato.eyetv.plist in ~/Library/Preferences fixes the issue. I made a copy of the modified .plist as reopening the app resets the change. Interesting that simply changing the reported build fixes the issue. Thanks tonust for your help! Greatly appreciate it.
  3. EyeTV 3.6.9 (7517) upgrade on Mac OS X 10.12.4

    Thank you so much for this! 7517 doesn't work under the first beta of macOS 10.13, 7518 works perfectly. Must be due to support for H.265. You saved my day as I use EyeTv Hybrid on my Mac Pro's with three displays while I work, and not having it in the background while working made me realize how spoiled I am. So I can confirm 7518 works perfectly in macOS 10.13 High Sierra beta.
  4. Compatibility with MacOS Sierra

    I never insulted you, you went after me. Nothing in my post was condescending, you took it as such. Sometimes the reflection staring back at you in the mirror can be unsettling. Don't play the victim and grow up. I don't have time for reindeer games. You were and are rude and childish. I hope you're young, if you're an adult, that's just sad. Now I've sunk to your level. Happy Holidays!
  5. Compatibility with MacOS Sierra

    How about behaving as an adult and treating others with the same respect you expect. The anonymity of the internet does not bestow you with the belief respect and maturity no longer matter because we are not speaking face to face. As per my experience, I do not know why it has never been a problem. I have disabled SIP since 10.11 and always change the permissions on my /Applications folder to ensure my account is included as macOS does not by default and confirm those changes to include subfolders. Sometimes this poses problems with third party applications. Other than those two issues the only other difference was receiving the version I use from EyeTV by Elgato before it was fully acquired.
  6. Compatibility with MacOS Sierra

    The EyeTV version was/Is not a beta. Various released versions have been used since beta testing macOS Sierra 10.12 without errors/debugging required. Sierra was released to the public a month ago. The macOS beta 10.1 was just released to the public today, no one using EyeTV 3.x experienced conflicts with 10.12's new features (APFS, SIP, Finder, Mach Kernel, etc). It seems you simply have been using the incorrect version of EyeTV 3.x. As for your other question, I do work for Apple in marketing out of Munich HQ and live in Berlin. Good to know this matter has been resolved. (Apologies as it seems I am unable to edit or delete the reply above)
  7. Compatibility with MacOS Sierra

    It wasn't a beta, you simply used the incorrect version. Yes, I do work for Apple, out of Munich and Berlin. How does this matter? Good to know this matter has been resolved.
  8. Compatibility with MacOS Sierra

    Wait, I have EyeTV 3.6.9 (7513) running on macOS Sierra 10.12.1 Beta (16B2548a). I've been using it for a long time as I work for Apple in marketing and we've been testing internal builds well before June's WWDC. Not a problem. Interestingly, I can't find this version anywhere now. What happened to it? Why was it removed?