Elgato EyeTV 3.5 is a Mac OSX application that turns a Apple Mac computer into a PVR, with Elgato's own USB tuners you can watch and record standard and HiDef digital terrestrial and satellite TV. Unfortunately Elgato does not support the UK's DVB T2 HiDef broadcasts, however it does have a Core AVC H.264 video decoder built in, which can play Humax HDR-Fox T2 recordings once they have been decrypted. It does a really good job, you can fast forward and rewind as well as skipping through the recordings. No problems with 5.1 audio either. As a bonus the IR remote control that came with my Elgato device works with the Humax .ts files as well. Under the File Menu is "Open Quicktime Movie", this generates an open dialog box from which you can select a recording to play. I have my Humax mounted on my desktop via samba and have played files direct from the 'virtual disk' on the Humax as well as recordings copied to my computer and downloaded through the web interface. EyeTV 3.5 costs a whopping 80 euros, but comes free with any Elgato device. Terratec Home Cinema is Elgato's Windows partner and might offer similar functionality. Despite appearances this is not an advert for Elgato. I just wanted to share my discovery with anyone who might already own this software and not be aware this feature. It certainly beats VLC's audio with 5.1 soundtracks and the picture is better too.