Developer: Aprotech Co., Ltd.
Current Version: 1.0.4961
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 24 MB - Download
The Tivizen application allows users to watch Mobiles DVB-T mobile television broadcast on your Mac OS X using a mobile accessory(Tivizen).
In order to view DVB-T mobile television, this application requires an active mobile accessory(Tivizen) in a DVB-T coverage area.
Please refer to follow URL:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAaBUVMgJJY
* More countries are added in the country list for channel scanning.
* Character encoding support for CZech & Slovakia EPG is added.
* EPG time based recording split is added.
* Zoom mode button is added.
* LCN(Local Channel Number) display is added.
* Audio Selection(in case of multiple audio stream) is added.
* Channel Scan Result Saving functionality is added.
* Home Network Mode support(Unavailable on some old models of Tivizen device) is added.
* Channel reordering by drag and drop is added.
* Recording thumbnail support is added.
More Reviews for Current Version
Does not pickup and save all available channels - I have completed multiple scans using this sofware on my mac with a 100% functional free to air antenna system using the Tivizen TV Plug, not only does this take FOREVER to do, each time it is complete it has only saved a few of the total channels available. I Have tested this with both the iPhone & iPad apps of which work fine. I would suggest an update with the Australian Revised Channel plan as of 2014.
Good TV-watching interface, missing a lot of other features - Things this does well: watching live TV. Does a good job connecting to the dongle, scanning for channels, and showing you information — signal strength and battery, EPG for upcoming programs, etc. With that said, *do not* buy one of these things and plan on recording TV. There is no scheduling support, and it won’t let you pick where to put recordings. It records in a deeply hidden directory (~/Library/Containers/kr.co.icube.TivizenMac/Data/Library/Application Support/kr.co.icube.TivizenMac/viewer/Recordings/, yeesh) in a format that no player on earth can seem to decode. (It’s a .TS file, but not the kind that VLC, MediaInfo, HandBrake or ffmpeg can understand, apparently). Good luck watching your recordings anywhere but on the machine where you created them, in this program, only. For the next version, *please* improve recording support. I want to like this software, I really do! Also: I guess they don’t sell enough of these dongles, because there appears to be *no* user-support forums or community discussion of the devices or this software.