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Elgato Releases EyeTV 2.5
Monday, September 24, 2007 - 4:09 PM EST
Posted by: Glenn

Elgato has released EyeTV 2.5, a free update to its EyeTV 2 television software, which includes many new features for viewing on the Mac, the iPhone, and iPod touch. With Wi-Fi Access, recorded television shows can be accessed for playback from an iPhone and iPod touch in a local WiFi network.

Other new features include:

  Record from Live Buffer: The timeshift buffer contains the portion of a television show that lies in the past and has already been watched "live." EyeTV 2.5 can record this portion and store it as a complete recording.

  Float-on-top: EyeTV 2.5 features the option to have the playback window float in front of all other windows, always remaining the frontmost window, even in front of other applications. This applies to live television windows as well as recordings. The floating window can be moved and continuously resized, and even supports picture-in-picture functionality.

  IPTV Support for Freebox: EyeTV 2.5 adds support for watching live television streamed over the local network from the Freebox, an IPTV set-top box available in France.

  Improved H.264 Playback: EyeTV 2.5 improves H.264 HDTV playback performance. H.264 HDTV playback remains quite CPU intensive and requires at least an Intel Core 2 Duo processor.

  Timeshifting For Devices Without Hardware Compression: EyeTV 2.5 now supports timeshifting functionality for analog TV tuners without built-in hardware compression such as EyeTV Hybrid.

The EyeTV 2.5 update requires a Macintosh computer with PowerPC G4 (500MHz or faster), PowerPC G5 or Intel Core processor, and Mac OS X 10.4 or later.



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