I use EyeTV extensively, the EyeTV "container" has within it a .mpg file, exported (without transcoding) makes this .mpg file readable by standard video players. Whilst one can navigate to this internal .mpg file (using Air Video if the EyeTV archive is a designated folder on the server) it usually is not playable as (I think) it has a non-standard header and this fools the server applications and it wont play (usually it thinks the file is 5-10 times longer than it really is.
It would be really great if Air Video could play these internal .mpg files without exporting them.
I could supply a short EyeTV file so that you can see what it contains if required.
I would have thought this would be very popular with EyeTV users as at present using the EyeTV iOS application requires the file to be transcoded on the mac (not live) and so you end up with both the .mpg file and an .mp4 file within the container. Alternatively one can export the .mpg file.
Any chance of doing this?