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First test seems EyeTV 3.6.9 is working with the first Developer Beta of MacOS Sierra The Program found all DVB-T channels, but none of the 8 available DVB-T2 in Cologne Germany Even if there is no h265 (HEVC) implementation yet to present any streams, the search mechanism does not show any DVB-T2 channels. The same with El Captain, Yosemite and Snow Leopard. Please Geniatech release first a Beta Software-Codec for EyeTV OS X before announcing DVB-T2 support If You have Genius programmers, Apple Metal API would be fantastic to be supported with EyeTV 4 Thank You... Mathew. PS: Channel Preview with 4,9,16 and even more Thumbnails would be amazing too.
After start of HDTV T2 we bought a new stick, a T2, but it is impossible to get it up and running one my macbook air with macOS Sierra. I downloaded all available version of the software EyeTV 3.6.9 (7416) EyeTV 3.6.9 (7415) tested them in all thinkable combinations, stick in - stick out but after some slow jerking videos, with the 7415 version, the stick wasn't not even seen by the system at all, with none of the software versions available. Nothing helps, even our digital cable could help to look TV this weekend. Very disappointing. Gravis shop gave me another stick, but this wasn't the solution. Any ideas or similar experiences?