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I decided to go back to MAC2TIVO when i upgraded my iMac OS to Yosemite and pyTivoX gave me this error "To View this web content, you need to install the Java Runtime Environment." after upgrading my Java, it still did not work, so I went back to MAC2TIVO which really isn't all that good anyway.

 

Now after adding my shared folders, the first repository share I have takes too blasted long to calculate the item count (going on 2 hours now). Just sets there displaying "Calculating..." Anyone have any clues on a fix? Does the new Toast 12 Pro have any fixes for this or should I just stick with my current version Toast 11 Titanium and deal with the problem? :glare:

 

Thanks,

 

Jerry

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Mac2TiVo hasn't been updated for years and it just may no longer be working with Yosemite. None of the TiVo apps are included in Toast 12.

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I just upgraded to Yosemite also and can't get any folders to import to the Mac2Tivo server. Tivo transfer works fine and my mac recognizes my Tivo on the network. If anyone has been able to get Mac2Tivo to work in Yosemite please let us know, I would hate to lose it.

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I just did a test and Mac2TiVo is working for me with Yosemite. I placed a standard-definition MPEG-4 video in a folder and dragged the folder into the Mac2TiVo window. My Mac showed up at the bottom of the My Shows folder on my TiVo Premiere and the video transferred and played on the TiVo. I don't know if this works with HD videos or with MPEG 2 videos.

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Thanks for checking - I'm still having issues but knowing it is working for someone else means I can keep trying to trouble shoot it.

I went to system preferences and made sure network sharing was checked.

I then restarted my computer and was able to add the folder that I want to share so that was a step in the right direction.

Unfortunately, my TiVo is still not showing at the bottom of the My Shows folder.

I'm going to try reinstalling the software and see if that does anything...

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Thanks for checking - I'm still having issues but knowing it is working for someone else means I can keep trying to trouble shoot it.

I went to system preferences and made sure network sharing was checked.

I then restarted my computer and was able to add the folder that I want to share so that was a step in the right direction.

Unfortunately, my TiVo is still not showing at the bottom of the My Shows folder.

I'm going to try reinstalling the software and see if that does anything...

Which TiVo do you have? It may not work with Roamios.

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