|Jul 3, 2011, 07:40 PM||#1|
AirPlay vs. VGA Adapter
Hello. I hope you can tell me if I'm doing something wrong here.
I purchased an Apple TV to stream video from my iPad via AirPlay. However, the quality of the image is worse than I expected. I get a better image when I connect the iPad to my HDTV using the VGA adapter. I usually use AirVideo but the same thing happens with Youtube.
The image quality of the movies I rent on the Apple TV is perfect.
Is this normal? Shouldn't I get a better image with Apple TV and HDMI? IS there something that I need to do? Thank you.
|Jul 4, 2011, 02:43 AM||#2|
I didnt do anything else - I airplay 720p movies from my iPad/iPhone straight to my AppleTV2, and get excellent quality.
What quality are your original video files in??
When using Youtube - are you using 720p or above video clips?
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