|Jan 2, 2011, 10:49 PM||#1|
Getting the MacBook Air to act like an iphone/iPad/ATV
I have a large library of TV shows/Movies on my iMac which has a large drive to accommodate them.
I also have a new MacBook Air that has limited storage. (Well 250gig but still I want to use it for other stuff. )
When I travel I would like to catch up on the unwatched TV shows.
What would be cool is if the MacBook Air appeared to iTunes on the iMac as a iPhone/iPad/ATV and sync unwatched content over to it.
Once watched on the MacBook Air it would sync back that it is watched and remove itself.
Has anyone managed to find a way to get this to work (or am I the only person who would want this behaviour?).
Happy New Year!
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