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This is because your iPad has a lower resolution. It has to stretch the iPad's screen to fit onto your TV, while losing some resolution during the streaming. There is no way to fix this because with current software, this just isn't possible.
I concur with Nick. If you want to stream movies from iTunes on your computer, they MUST share a single iTunes account and both the computer and the ATV will need to validate that iTunes account by both independently accessing Apples authentication servers. Thus they BOTH must have internet access. BTW, both the ATV and the iTunes / computer will ...
I didn't see you mention iTunes at all in your post. iTunes is essential. Unfortunately, AFAIK, you can no longer just "share" movies from iTunes to ATV. You have to turn on Home Sharing, and I believe this requires a live internet connection. Both iTunes and ATV log into Home Sharing, and everything loaded in iTunes is available on the ATV. If you do ...
I used a wired (Ethernet) connection instead of wireless and it worked for all updates. When I moved back over to wifi connection it remained ok
Instead of going into the episode details page and clicking "play" from there, you can hit the "play" button on the remote from the season episode list to directly play the file. Sorry if this was obvious- I just discovered this after using the Apple TV for six months. It saves you a few seconds, and the clicks to enter and back out of the specific episode ...
We have a similar setup at our school, approx. 1300 students and an Apple TV in every room, most of which are connected to Dell projectors and Promethean interactive whiteboards. Like your setup, our ATVs connect via Ethernet. And yes, we've had our fair share of teething troubles since adopting Apple equipment in 2012, particularly with dropped ...
I eventually tracked this down to the behaviour of one of my Powerline adapters, specifically a TP-Link TL-WPA4220. For whatever reason, multicast traffic does not appear to correctly pass through the WiFi on this device, even with the latest firmware. TP-Link have a related technical note on this, but it doesn't seem to apply to my particular device. In ...
But I don't think itunes support avi file since all Apple device only accepts .mp4, .mov and .m4v videos. You'd better convert avi to mp4 or other Apple supported video format before straming via AirPlay.
If your MBP is early 2011 or newer and there's an Apple TV on the same wifi network as you, you should see an icon that looks like a TV in the menu bar. Click it and you'll get a dropdown menu listing all the available Apple TVs (in case there's more than one). Click yours and you should be good to go! If your MBP is older than early 2011, you'll need a ...
Try connect ur app TV with Ethernet.
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