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  1. Recently, when starting 32-bit apps on a Mac, a window appears informing you that the application is not optimized for the current operating system of the Mac. This message also affects eyetv if the operating system version macOS HighSierra 10.13.4 is installed on the computer. Irrespective of this information window, eyetv is in no way impaired in its operability and the usual quality. There are no negative effects on the computer and its data, eyetv runs without problems. As future versions of macOS are expected to limit the execution of 32-bit applications as the next step, we would like to inform our customers about the ongoing development of a 64-bit version of eyetv. With this 32 to 64 bit version step, eyetv as a smart TV platform will continue to meet eyetv's expectations, which are also consistently fulfilled under iOS, Android and Windows.
  2. Hello Everyone, I installed eyetv version 3.6.9 (7416) as a new install on Sierra DP3 on a Mac mini5,3 connected only by WiFi to the LAN with an HDHomeRun dual channel receiver. The first time I launched eyetv, it crashed immediately. Well, I tried the reopen button and it did not crash. I ran the setup and got 51 ATSC channels. It works just like my main machine running El Capitan. It works as well over WiFi as my main machine using Ethernet. I will test with one or two USB receivers whenever I find the time. On subsequent launches, eyetv did not crash. Thanks in Advance Regards: Diksha
  3. 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: Kind regards!
  4. Dear Geniatech, Just a simple feature request; please return support for HDHomerun tuners in future updates to the EyeTV software. This support was deleted in the latest update without notice or warning to current EyeTV users with this configuration. Thus, the tuner hardware access was disabled, leaving users to figure out that a software roll-back was needed to get EyeTV working again. I"ve been a fan of EyeTV for over 10 years, and was forced to get an HDHomerun for dual tuner support when ElGato left the US market. Please consider continued support for this configuration for US-based users if you're not going to introduce a dual-tuner product for the US. EyeTV is an excellent product, and you showed great foresight in picking it up and continuing it. Thanks!
  5. Recently, some users reported crash issue on Mac OS 10.6.8 when they use 7513. EyeTV 3.6.9(7513) is not compatible with macOS 10.6.8, because HEVC decoder is compiled with libc++, but 10.6.8 does not support libc++. So you can install 7513 application for Mac OS 10.7 or above, otherwise it must be 7416. Link to download EyeTV 3: EyeTV 3.6.9(7416): Sorry for all inconvenience
  6. I have been waiting a long time for an update to EyeTV 610 and a few month ago, I stopped waiting and bought an Octopus Net from Digital Devices. I knew that it would not work with EyeTV for Mac and I'm fine with that fact, I mostly want to use the Octopus Net with my Apple TV. I still record using my old EyeTV 610 on my Mac mini. What I want from an Apple TV app, is the ability to stream the recordings - without transcoding. It's possible to stream RTSP and SAT>IP to Apple TV, I need to be able to record and control my recordings through Apple TV. I would also suggest, that it becomes possible to stream live TV directly from the Mac to Apple TV. But if the user already owns a network-tuner, then it should be possible to use the network-tuner with Apple TV - even when the Mac is not turned on. And this should include network-tuners that are not supported by EyeTV for Mac. In addition, I would also suggest that you create an API on EyeTV for Mac, where it would be possible for other developers to pick up recordings. I believe that it’s important that you open up for developers, so that anyone can build on top of your great software. This could be anyone from the TV networks, who may want to pick up a recording instead of streaming or someone who gets a great idea for an app. I want my Mac mini to act more like a server and less like a HTPC. It’s just easier to use the interface on Apple TV
  7. Hi to everybody. Here is my question: I run MacOS Sierra. Which version of EyeTV I have to download? My device is an old Terratec Cinergy Hybrid T XS, that, I know, works until OS X Leopard. Does it work with new software? Thanks to all Bye, Mario