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  1. Doesn't work for me either. Some buttons on the lower half of the remote control have some effect, so it looks like they wanted to implement it, but they haven't got it working apparently.
  2. Unfortunately it was EyeTV 3 that was the real abandonware. Elgato didn't update it from Carbon to Cocoa for many many years. Carbon was deprecated in 2012 and the writing on the wall was there long before. I blame Elgato for the misery, not the company that moved it to Cocoa in a drastically shrinking marked (and half failed or half succeeded depending on how you want to see it).
  3. As a workaround it is possible to open the .eyetv recordings with HandBrake and export with that.
  4. Appears to be running the same as under Big Sur at first look.
  5. I cannot sort channels in eyeTV 4. I can drag & drop a channel in the channels view, but it doesn't stick. I was able to delete unwanted channels, but it only sticks when the channel list is explicitly saved in the device view. Anyway, has anyone found a trick to sort channels?
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    Compatibility

    The EyeTV 3 license key does not work with EyeTV 4, and I think EyeTV 4 doesn't support third party tuners any more, so it probably won't work with the Terratec tuner. It's probably best to purchase a new tuner with EyeTV 4 bundled. It sucks having to spend money, but on the other hand if nobody is buying anything any more, then nobody can afford continued development of the software. Which is exactly why we are in the situation we are in.
  7. I think EyeTV 4 is showing a lot of promise, but it had a lot of rough edges when it was released. The problem is that it was hardly touched since then. So it is still kind of "unfinished".
  8. The library format is the same though. You can go back and forth without problems. Keep EyeTV 3 installed.
  9. Thanks for testing this out. Can you report these issues to Apple? I'm not convinced we can rely on GeniaTech to do so. Apple should bear some responsibility here. Existing software should not break from one release to the next – year after year – without some seriously good excuse. On x86 EyeTV should "just work" on Big Sur.
  10. What problems are there with EyeTV 4 under Big Sur?
  11. Friends at Geniatech, first I would like to congratulate Geniatech for the successful Cocoa transition of EyeTV. It might have come to your attention that Apple is planning the transition to ARM processors for their Macs over the next two years. New ARM-based Macs will run an x86 emulator (Rosetta 2), but I would assume the performance is not ideal when you are doing things like HD video decoding. So it would be great if you could stay on top of this transition right from the beginning. And now that you are on Cocoa, things should be easier. Are you planning to port EyeTV 4 to ARM and distribute as Universal ARM/x86 binary in the future? Apple is providing developers with an ARM-based Mac mini for rent, so that they can start building for ARM right now. See the following link for more information: https://www.apple.com/newsroom/2020/06/apple-announces-mac-transition-to-apple-silicon/ Kind regards!
  12. For the time being you can use HandBrake to convert to mp4.
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    EyeTV 4 Sharing

    Sharing was supposed to come in an update in February. Apparently this update has been delayed.