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This photo shows the iPhone App controls. Once you've connected to the Mac, this appears,and you can then kick off a live TV session or watch a recorded show, set up a recording, or see what's on next.
Here you can tell from the iPhone that there is a Turbo.264HD attached to the Mac. At this point, the stream is being established and buffering.
The EyeTV app has recognized my Mac running the EyeTV application.
Here you see the channel guide on the Mac. It lists the stations available to this EyeTV.
Here's a screenshot of a soap opera that was playing on the iMac. No, I wasn't watching it. Really.
You can see the clarity of the HD image as well as the controls showing where we are in the show. To get this information, you simply hover over the screen with your cursor.
Here's what video looks like on the iPhone when it's been streamed over 3G. Not too hot, is it?
Here's another 3G streaming image, which as you can see lacks a lot of clarity.
Much better, no? This is being streamed to the iPhone over Wi-Fi.
Here we're streaming over Wi-Fi once again to the iPhone.
Tapping on the iPhone screen lets you pause a stream, go forward in a recording, or go back 30 seconds in playback.
Here's the little "remote control" that hovers on your Mac screen.
Here I have a scheduled show to record tonight. An episode of Fringe!
I've gone into this recorded episode of Fringe and I'm tagging all of the ads for removal.
Now all of the marked clips (ads) are being removed so that I can export an ad-free copy of the show to my iPad.
The Dock icon for EyeTV is showing a red "AirPort" icon to show that it's streaming video that is being compressed by the Turbo.264 HD.
You can see by comparing these images to the HD pics earlier (the soap opera) that SD images are much less exciting...
There are the controls for watching a show. This is SD video.
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