Sponsored by OWC Just two…to five or more episodes until the 500th show! Can you feel the excitement in the air? If you canRead More
David Weeks and John Nemo collaborated on this user report. Products used for our testing and evaluation are: Seagate GoFlex for Mac Ultra-portable DriveRead More
Turbo.264 HD Company: Elgato Version: 1.2 Requires: 512 MB of RAM, Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later, QuickTime 7.6 or later Price: $49.99 MacRead More
EyeTV HD Company: Elgato Price: $199.95 (US) I have been a long time user and fan of EyeTV. In fact, we don’t have aRead More
Recently, Donny reviewed the new EyeTV 3 software by Elgato, and loved it. EyeTV software is nothing without hardware, and there are several options on the market. One piece of hardware is Elgato’s EyeTV 250plus. He looks at the latest from Elgato in this review.
MPEG-4 is rapidly becoming the standard format for video and rightfully so, as it offers great video quality and small file sizes. It is supported by iPod with Video, AppleTV, PSP and many other devices, however compressing videos to this format is a time consuming endeavor. On my Mac Mini converting a recorded movie can take all night. Elgato has come up with a USB device called Elgato Turbo.264, which speeds up the process very much indeed, read the review for full details.