|Mar 31, 2007, 02:51 PM||#1|
Apple TV and Xgrid,
Ok, Hopethis isn't too dumb a question.
I have want to convert some home movies from DV footage to watch on the Apple TV.
I can do this on my iMac but, if i use and Xgrid enabled encoder, will it find the Apple TV and use it too aid the Xgrid encoding.
I ask this because of the forums posts that say that the apple TV is running a cut down version of OSX., perhaps it has the xgrid components still installed ?.
Am I making sense ? or barking up the completely wrong tree, I know this is not the apple TV's main purpose , but might be a useful plus for users that encode footage with various machines.
|Apr 1, 2007, 11:59 AM||#3|
Hacking a little beyond my capability
Unfortunately, Hacking the TV is a bit beyond my technical ability, I switched for a reason but would run it if the hack were in place.
Does 21 products registered in my support profile make me a FanBoy
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