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AverMedia HD DVR Software for Mac?


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I am planning on getting this, but I don't want to have to use windows to use it, I want to use my Mac. Does anyone know any software I can use? If you did it would help a lot, thanks.

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The HD DVR is not software. It is video capture hardware.

The most often recommended video capture hardware for the Mac is by El Gato, called EyeTV. A quick google will find them at the top of the list.

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The HD DVR is not software. It is video capture hardware.

The most often recommended video capture hardware for the Mac is by El Gato, called EyeTV. A quick google will find them at the top of the list.
Oh i knew the AverTv was hardware, I was just asking for software. And thanks I'll take a look.

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The HD DVR is not software. It is video capture hardware.

The most often recommended video capture hardware for the Mac is by El Gato, called EyeTV. A quick google will find them at the top of the list.
I got the software and installing it but they don't have avermedia as a brand, what do I do?

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Don't have a clue, as you have not told us what it is you're trying to do or what you're trying to do it with.

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Don't have a clue, as you have not told us what it is you're trying to do or what you're trying to do it with.
Im sorrry. I want to capture gameplay from my xbox 360 to my MacBook.

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Then you're going to need to purchase a video capture card.

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Why are you stuck on the Avermedia brand? Seems like a no-name company, even in the Windows world.

Elgato has a video capture solution that should work for recording video from game systems.

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There's more to it than just software as bobtomay mentioned - you need hardware to actually import the video.

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