TJ Luoma
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TJLuoma commented on 26 Jan 2014
2.6.5 is __NOT__ the official release.

2.6.2 is.

2.6.5 is a forum beta.

I really wish MacUpdate would get their act together. It's not the first time this has happened with Dropbox, by a long shot.
[Version 2.6.5]

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TJLuoma replied on 26 Jan 2014
Not according to which still shows 2.6.2

TJLuoma reviewed on 22 Sep 2013
FYI - the final version is actually 2.2.7 and can be found (at least at the moment) at

2104426 bytes

sha256 = 71682c36c013a6a5e0ce5a3e54a3e0381ebd7947d4be8ff990967ff0c4b85289
[Version 2.26]


TJLuoma reviewed on 13 Jun 2012
FYI - the download link for this is 404. but you can find it at or at (my personal mirror).

It's very handy, and seems to work fine under 10.7.4.
[Version 1.5.2]


TJLuoma reviewed on 10 Dec 2005
This is helpful and I use it regularly to export stuff overnight.

That said, it could be improved.

1) Let the user decide how many to export at once. The script does 2 at once, which isn't bad but I prefer to do one at a time on my G4.

2) It ought to be possible to either a) set the export format once (the list would also be improved by showing the file extension which will be used, which people might know better than the format names) or b) tell it to use the format that it was recorded in (those which won't require re-encoding). "b" would probably be difficult.

3) it ought to ask for a default folder. $HOME isn't going to work for people who use external hard drives and having to tell it every time to use the same different folder is annoying.

4) It puts too much junk in the exported filename including the date and the export format (which is then repeated in the extension)

This works perfectly once you figure out what it's asking. It's free and a great service to EyeTV users (I believe EyeTV ought to include an "Export All" feature but it doesn't yet). I definitely recommend it for EyeTV users and the beauty of AppleScript is that you can probably just read the code and figure out what you need to choose for settings.

I have been able to edit the script to do what I want (with some help from the AppleScript list): export 1 at a time, export iPod format, just use the Title for filename (which wouldn't work for everyone but I use unique Titles}, and it also prompts me with the defaults I want for location and export format.
[Version 1.3]

TJLuoma had trouble on 09 Jul 2007
When I tried this on my MacBook running 10.4.10 it shutdown the computer rather than put it to deep sleep.
[Version 0.8]

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