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Topic # 23141 19-Jun-2008 19:45
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So.. Wanting to put my 24''inch '' I Mac'' in my room and watch tv from it.

Basically By using this
Happauge winTVR 900 usb

What software can/should I use to run TV as I hav't use apple for about 5 years now >.<


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  Reply # 139270 19-Jun-2008 23:00
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If you want to watch freeview (DTT) straight out of the box. Buy the Elgato Eyetv hybrid. This comes with the software and hardware needed. It works well in osx.

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  Reply # 139291 20-Jun-2008 08:00
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Hmmk, Thanks for that... Was looking for something slightly cheaper as I have already now got the USB Happauge stick and a remote but just need a program to run it



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  Reply # 139305 20-Jun-2008 08:55
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eye tv supports the Hauppage 900 natively. only need to buy the software.

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  Reply # 139317 20-Jun-2008 09:45
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Ah, didn't know you already had the hardware. You can just buy the software on its own, but it tends to cost as much as their hardware/software bundles.

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