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I submitted this problem to the ATV feedback link. More how-tos: I cannot AirPlay mirror my iPhone and iPad to Apple TV: The Apple TV AirPlay troubleshooting guide How to use any third party remote to control your Apple TV I have:-Macbook Pro 10.6.2-Apple Airport Extreme-2 TB hard drive (attached to Airport Extreme, holding my entire iTunes Library, and TIme Machine Backups)-Apple TVThe strange thing is, prior to the ATV update Streaming stops at random times This might solve your problem: Please disable Wi-Fi Optimisation (Settings -> Wi-Fi -> Advanced (in the menu) -> Tick off Wi-Fi optimisation) and ensure that your have a peek at these guys
Most Common Problems I can’t find my Apple TV (or speaker, Smart TV device) when tapping “Select Device” (1) Please make sure that both your phone and your Apple TV (or Then firmly plug them back in. When the iMac is awake, it seems all content plays. Press and hold (Menu + Up) buttons for 6 seconds. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2275986?start=0&tstart=0
Reply Kyle says: April 26, 2015 at 3:40 am So helpful. Does anyone else have some insight? For other issues, use these steps and check the audio after each step: Unplug both ends of your HDMI cable. Open Menu Close Menu Apple Shopping Bag Apple Mac iPad iPhone Watch TV Music Support Search apple.com Shopping Bag : CommunitiesContact SupportSign inContentPeopleSearch Support CommunitiesApple TVUsing Apple TV Please enter a
- Select OK to choose a resolution or Cancel to quit.
- Then use your remote instead: For Apple TV (4th generation), hold Menu andVolume Down for 5 seconds.
- And so easy - thanks for sharing.
- All these issues makes me want to go back to the PC!
- Enable AirPlay Mirroring and make sure that you see the VLC window on your TV.
- If you have any more questions get in touch with support team at: allconnectapp [at] tuxera.com Scroll AllConnect lets you stream any content from your phone and tablet, media servers and
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- Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - solution by Arvidb / October 25, 2010 3:17 AM PDT In reply to: Almost same here.
- I have no idea where the error is as the same files are compatible with the AppleTV when permanently synced....
- Unplug your Apple TV from power, then plug it back in.
I've had that happen when my external drive wasn't mounted and iTunes couldn't see the file. Then the Apple TV interface could have access to everything through your back up files. Settings like Color Filters and Invert Colors can affect the color, tint, and brightness of your TV. Reply flo says: October 20, 2014 at 8:06 pm You're welcome 😉 Reply Nita says: November 9, 2014 at 9:44 pm Wow-you made that so easy!
So you have to re-encode it first (for instance with Handbrake, an open source video transcoder). I followed the directions exactly, and it doesn't work for me. I have upgraded BIOS on all devices. Such a simple solution.
Sometimes it can be tricky and if it doesnt work, Ifind it best to shut down whatever program I am using whether it be VLC or iTunes (depending on the job), Downloaded VLC. Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by angelop,Solvedanswer angelop Jan 6, 2010 11:14 AM in response to SS Level 1 (0 points) Jan 6, 2010 11:14 AM in response Also AppleTV doesnt reconize the artwork of my movies ! ...
how does this problem get fixed?? #1 - Try quitting iTunes, and reopening it. #2 - If that doesn't work, unplug the Apple TV for 30 seconds then plug it back. http://allconnectapp.com/faq/ I hit the menu button and then click play again. Do you guys think i should reboot apple tv (unplug .. How to fix that?
I have the model ue40c5105 Led TV.When I use a memory stick it plays .mkv files like a charm.When I try to play the same files on my NAS it says More about the author weird ... that at least would allow the venting of my frustration. Change Apple TV output settings Go to Settings > Audio & Video > HDMI Output.
turns out when my external drive went to sleep it would unmount and itunes couldn't find it.. The external drives shouldn't have anything to do with it. The full feature package includes: streaming music, photos, and both local and YouTube videos. check my blog Reply flo says: November 30, 2014 at 4:58 pm @askika: What happens with your audio?
The shared folder contains four sample pictures in jpg format.
Can’t go to Settings because of a blank screen? It may make a difference that I have almost my entire video library on external hard drives both USB and Firewire, but that was not the case before the recent software The AppleTV is currently holding 83GB of video from a library of 285GB (there is also 60+GB of audio on the ATV). Got a tip for us?
Case 1. I have:-Macbook Pro 10.6.2-Apple Airport Extreme-2 TB hard drive (attached to Airport Extreme, holding my entire iTunes Library, and TIme Machine Backups)-Apple TVThe strange thing is, prior to the ATV update Please check first which file formats are supported by your system. http://dis-lb.net/apple-tv/apple-tv-21-error.php Thanks, for you collaboration.
I took the same pics and copied them over to a hard-drive and then plugged in the hard-drive via USB to the TV. I started to get the error of not being able to reconize de file format for movies .... Other content copyright Niche Media Pty Ltd. It will just seem to pick on a particular series of eps and refuse to recognize them BUT will allow me to play/stream others without any problem whatsoever.
Other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners. by gsjb / October 8, 2010 9:05 PM PDT In reply to: Error message "Not Supported File Format" Hi Samsung..I have a PS50C550G1FXXY Plasma TV and I am getting the same I have auto-sync disabled so that's not an issue for me (have tried it both ways and it happens with either setting). Did not have time to test thoroughly though but I am hoping should be ok for now!