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I have some TV shows in iTunes that I am AirPlaying to my Apple TV, at the end of each episode AirPlay disconnects and iTunes doesn't play the next episode. Is this default behaviour or do I need to make sure that the names/meta data of the TV shows themselves 'flow'?

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This is the default (and only) behavior. Whether you play the TV show from the special TV Show section of iTunes or create a playlist, iTunes will only play on TV show and then stop. Try the playlist approach - iTunes won't even play the playlist, but forces you to select one show and then start playing.

  • Thank you, back to VLC and AirPlay mirroring, would just be nice to not have to share the 'whole' mac. – Mike Aug 11 '14 at 15:14
  • I've used VLC and AirPlay for non-iTunes content. Off-topic, but is there a good way to remotely control the VLC playback? Useful if the Mac is in another room from the ATV! – jimtut Aug 11 '14 at 18:22
  • I believe that VLC remote is on the App Store. I've never used it as I'm always using my mac at the same time – Mike Aug 11 '14 at 18:24

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