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Ah, there is a major void here. The Apple TV Gen 1 is a photographer's dream. For those of us with thousands of digital images, when do we ever trot them out and look at them? Rarely. Instead, get a 22" flat panel, hook it to your ATV 1 40gb, and just run the floating pictures screensaver. No other device has this. None. It is brilliant in that it ...
An aggregated device is intended to play the same audio on multiple devices. As you want to play different audio on multiple devices, I can recommend several methods. Use iTunes to play the video file on your Apple TV. You can choose the Apple TV as a playback device in iTunes, and stream the content to it without having to change your system audio device. ...
Make sure the old Apple TV Remote is out of Bluetooth range, then while in front of the Apple TV set top box press a button on the new remote. This should pair the remote to the Apple TV. If not, try pressing Volume Up and Menu simultaneously on both remotes for 2-3 seconds, new and old, then do the aforementioned steps again with the new remote.
On your Apple TV, go to Settings → Accounts → iTunes and App Store → Password Settings. In the section labeled Purchases And In-App Purchases choose the Require Password option. Now set your preferred level of protection to Never. You can also choose to be reminded to Always enter password for purchases or After 15 Minutes. Also select Require Password ...
Netflix implements High-Bandwidth Digital Copy Protection (HDCP). The article you cite specifically mentions that HDCP content won't be recorded. For an explanation of HDCP - including various potential circumventions - see Wikipedia.
Finally it seems that the tvOS 9.2.1 update cleared this problem up on my AppleTV 4.
I was having this same issue. I just restarted my MBP and now AirPlay is working fine.
You can keep your Mac on forever when you need to (including while AirPlaying) without digging into settings if you download the Mac app Caffeine. With Caffeine, a coffee mug will appear on your Mac's menu bar. Just click it to prevent your Mac from sleeping indefinitely, and click it again to allow it to sleep. This is a very simple method of keeping your ...
Try something like this: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/amphetamine/id937984704?mt=12 With just a click you can keep the display on for a set or indefinite amount of time.
One thing to consider in your WiFi environment is excluding 5GHz channels 149 and 153 from your APs. Airplay uses these channels and you may see reduced wireless performance or Airplay dropping a connection if these channels are in use.
I have been using a script for Mac and PC that literally transcodes mkv files from the source to 1080p at the original frame rate and 20mbps and also encodes the original AAC-HE or just AAC 5.1 audio into a 5.1 dolby mix that works. Try Plex and PlexConnect on your PC or Mac to stream smoothly to the Apple TV. Note: you must be somewhat familliar with the ...
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