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Ever since Apple released the Intel Mac development platform in 2005, Elgato has been porting the EyeTV software over to the new processor and system. It uses so much of the PowerPC platform to get the best performance (like AltiVec instructions), that the transition was far from trivial.

EyeTV has some issues with the Rosetta emulation environment, but will run smoothly once the entire application is suitable for Intel Macs. We are in the final stages of this process and are working on the final tweaks so that EyeTV 2 software will be as perfect as possible for all new Intel Macs.

Thus, the free update for Intel Mac support will soon come to all current and future EyeTV 2 software users, via the normal downloadable update. No hardware update is needed, just the new EyeTV 2 software update coming soon. This new release may still use Rosetta (PowerPC code), until everything is ready for the Universal Binary build of EyeTV 2. We want to get users working with Intel Macs as soon as possible. That said, whether under Rosetta or via Intel native code, Intel Mac support will be available shortly.

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Ever since Apple released the Intel Mac development platform in 2005, Elgato has been porting the EyeTV software over to the new processor and system. It uses so much of the PowerPC platform to get the best performance (like AltiVec instructions), that the transition was far from trivial.

EyeTV has some issues with the Rosetta emulation environment, but will run smoothly once the entire application is suitable for Intel Macs. We are in the final stages of this process and are working on the final tweaks so that EyeTV 2 software will be as perfect as possible for all new Intel Macs.

Thus, the free update for Intel Mac support will soon come to all current and future EyeTV 2 software users, via the normal downloadable update. No hardware update is needed, just the new EyeTV 2 software update coming soon. This new release may still use Rosetta (PowerPC code), until everything is ready for the Universal Binary build of EyeTV 2. We want to get users working with Intel Macs as soon as possible. That said, whether under Rosetta or via Intel native code, Intel Mac support will be available shortly.

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Ever since Apple released the Intel Mac development platform in 2005, Elgato has been porting the EyeTV software over to the new processor and system. It uses so much of the PowerPC platform to get the best performance (like AltiVec instructions), that the transition was far from trivial.

EyeTV has some issues with the Rosetta emulation environment, but will run smoothly once the entire application is suitable for Intel Macs. We are in the final stages of this process and are working on the final tweaks so that EyeTV 2 software will be as perfect as possible for all new Intel Macs.

Thus, the free update for Intel Mac support will soon come to all current and future EyeTV 2 software users, via the normal downloadable update. No hardware update is needed, just the new EyeTV 2 software update coming soon. This new release may still use Rosetta (PowerPC code), until everything is ready for the Universal Binary build of EyeTV 2. We want to get users working with Intel Macs as soon as possible. That said, whether under Rosetta or via Intel native code, Intel Mac support will be available shortly.

Commosso nuovamente ringrazio !!!

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