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Technically the format you want is called composite video, so you might have better luck searching for a HDMI to Composite converter. RCA is just the name of the connector. For example: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0080KN18K/ref=redir_mdp_mobile
You're having a hard time determining it cause those "yellow / white" cables are called "RCA" ports, created by one of the first TV makers and ironically mostly sold off to Japanese companies. Searching for "RCA to HDMI converter" yields a wealth of converters and opinions about the best devices based on the model of TV such as this article: ...
This problem happens so often it's worth creating a command - assuming ~/bin is in your $PATH ... echo "sudo dscacheutil -flushcache" >~/bin/retina echo "sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder" >>~/bin/retina chmod u+x ~/bin/retina
I had a similar issue with my Mac and Apple TV I was able to exchange it at a Apple store after creating a case with Apple support. Info on the exchange program here. For me, everything worked on the network except for Home Sharing on the Apple TV. It passed all tests and otherwise worked fine. In my case, restarting iTunes would 'enable' Home Sharing ...
I don't see any reason why there would be a programmed limit since OS X server can serve hundreds of computers from the same share and to intentionally break the n'th connection would be poor form to program if there weren't a way to set that limit. Photo sharing is very low bandwidth compared to HD video streaming, so you should not have any problem with ...
If you have an apple tv it works very well with openelec 3, even better with a Broadcom BCM970012 or BCM970015 Crystal HD card fitted, but this way you lose the wireless network unless you add wireless usb, wich is well supported i openelec. I have RPi also and prefer the ATV as dedicated openelec media server and the RPi as my little linux box, which is no ...
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