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You must have a piece of hardware known as a "video capture card" prior to any sort of software.

The most used piece of software is going to be ElGato's EyeTV3.

If you purchase a video capture card that is compatible with the version of OS X you are running, practically all of them will have the software you will need to capture video with the card and there would be no need to purchase yet another 3rd party software in order to use it. If it does not come with the software to enable you to use the hardware, then you should continue looking for a different piece of hardware.

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