MacNotables #810: Christopher Breen’s Apple TV Tips (Part 2)

Christopher BreenIn the second of a two-part conversation about the Apple TV, Macworld Senior Editor Christopher Breen talks about why he decided to connect his Apple TV to his home network via Ethernet, what you need to turn an older Mac into a media server, why playlists are more important than ever, why you still need a DVD player if you’re into Blu-Ray, and the tools and techniques to rip your existing DVDs to the Apple TV for the best audio and video quality.


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