Originally Posted by physguy
According to one report if you create a reference movie to a movie on the network drive using QT pro and sync that (reference movie, typ 1-3 MB) to the ATV via itunes it is supposed to go directly to...
Originally Posted by Mr. H
iTunes ripping CDs didn't stop the iTunes Music Store from happening.
Although the legalities of CD and DVD ripping differ. [edit: like hmurchison explained]
I fail to see how having a new...
Originally Posted by Messiah
I'm using the new AirPort Extreme as a media server. All you have to do is connect a USB drive and every machine on the network can access the contents...
Though there's currently no support for...
Originally Posted by addabox
Why are you demanding that a device that is primarily designed to receive media files streamed from your computer have massive local storage?
Some people want Apple TV to be more like a media server...
Originally Posted by gregmightdothat
To watch videos other than those downloaded from iTunes, such as video podcasts, other downloaded video, um, pirated content, etc.?
EyeTV recordings, for Mac users. Probably analogous...
Originally Posted by DeaPeaJay
Can you name *any* sources of legally downloaded video content that this doesn't support? besides WMV. (honest question)
Can't think of good downloaded content examples offhand, but apparently it...
Originally Posted by Aflaaak
For those of us who have an older generation digital camera (I own a Canon G3) a USB2 card reader is much faster at downloading photos than the camera's USB1 connection.
And I think many (most?)...
Originally Posted by caliminius
My whole thinking on the second internal drive for Time Machine is just simplicity, the whole Apple "It just works" philosophy.
Exactly. Even if it's not the optimal solution a second...
Originally Posted by whimvestor
BTW, it's not *just* downloaded movies/tv/music....don't forget about home movies or video clips from your digital camera.
The majority of which will require conversion to the limited video...