Thanks to Michael’s feedback and his active test help, we were able to remove 2 bugs that occurred when loading the playlist of some Sat IP receivers:
1.) the URL of the playlist was not generated correctly if no port was specified
2.) the playlist was not parsed correctly if the station URLs were listed in the 2nd instead of the 3rd line.
In addition, it was noticed that messages were not always displayed in the event of access failures to a channel – …
The applications of the Stand-Alone (Mac) and the client (Mac) are now available in the Apple App Store.
In the past, we added the changeable font size of the channel list in the Stand-Alone application, and adopted the Mac applications for macOS 11.
Starting with these versions, the Stand-Alone and the client for Mac support native support of the Apple Silikon M1 chip as well.
As of macOS 10.14.5 (Mojave), according to Apple, all applications have to be certified by Apple (notarization). This process checks the applications for malware and, if successful, certifies the applications. Only these “certified” applications can be installed or started.
Although it will take a while until macOS 10.14.5 is available, we still have all versions now notarized by Apple.
(All versions except finessTV Server ET – this application is still not compatible to macOS 10.14 due to the 32 bit version of EyeTV.)
The updated versions can now be …
In the last few months we unfortunately had no capacity to work on finessTV because of the app development for other companies.
In addition, there were various development problems with macOS 10.14, which we had to solve by bug reports to Apple – as far as we remember, there was never a macOS with so many problems from the developer’s point of view.
But at least for finessTV we can finally offer an adapted version. Unfortunately for nessViewer and
We improved now EPG parsing for the ET Server as well: if the EPG channel info has the same name as the channel name in EyeTV, then the EPG is displayed automatically. In other words: the EPG must not be assigned to the channels in the “Channels List & EPG” window.
And we tested EyeTV T2 Hybrid with the ET Server on an older iMac (2009), which does not meet the hardware requirements of Geniatech.
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