Ton

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  1. @Mikyesun Seems simple to me. Return HDHR support in EyeTV (v3 & v4) and extend usage to include the 4 tuner versions. Everybody will be happy then.
  2. My experience is that each time after EyeTV has been stopped and restarted the padding no longer works and has to be set. Even though I very seldom restart (and as a consequence have to start EyeTV) my iMac I decided to go back to V7523. Problem solved.
  3. TV-Mosaic is very similar and rund in several platforms. Best allround choice is TVHeadend that runs on most (also cheap ones) NASses.
  4. Find "prepad" and "postpad" in com.elgato.eyetv.plist and change that to the wanted value. I do not advice this way unless you really know/understand what you are doing. (but then you didn't/t have to ask this question!) Better is to use the official preferences. Change both values to anything, close preferences, open preferences, change to wanted values, close.
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    64 Bit support

    Find "prepad" and "postpad" in com.elgato.eyetv.plist and change that to the wanted value. I do not advice this way unless you really know/understand what you are doing. (but then you didn't/t have to ask this question!) Better is to use the official preferences.
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    64 Bit support

    I had 5 & 30 minutes, so I set that to 2 & 15, closed preferences (to be sure it was written), reopened and set it to5 & 30. Worked. An alternative would to set the wanted values directly in the .Plist.
  7. Ton

    64 Bit support

    I had 5 & 30 minutes, so I set that to 2 & 15, closed preferences (to be sure it was written), reopened and set it to5 & 30. Worked.
  8. Ton

    64 Bit support

    If you go to Preferences and set the pre- and post recording anew then it works fine.
  9. I'm in Europe and I fill the guide with my own version of XML that has no relation to the XML mentioned here elsewhere.
  10. This beta version works fine with XMLTV. I switched to it because it again supports Hdhomerun although limited to the version with only 2 decoders.
  11. Ton

    EYETV3 64 BIT

    Let's make a bet? I say 2022 for the first Alpha 0.1 version.
  12. Ton

    64 Bit support

    " they are actually devoting their energy into creating a 64 bit version of the software." You are a standup comedian?
  13. Ton

    64 Bit support

    TV-Mosaic is an (64-bit) alternative on the iMac.
  14. There are many ways to export already. 1. Use Handbrake to convert the .eyetv fillet a regular .mkv or. mp4 and have Handbrake write the result to your NAS. Use Infuse for replay. 2. Set the EyeTV Archive pointing to your NAS. All recordings will end up there and you can replay using Infuse. 3. Manually (using Finder) extract the .mpg file within the .eyetv file and put that file on your NAS. Play with Infuse. In all cases: rename the resulting NAS file and Infuse will generate all Metadata. Use programs like Hazel if you want to automate the above process. You could also switch to TV-Mosaic or TVHeadend both can run directly on a NAS and write output in the needed format.