Good afternoon everyone. My wife bought an iPad mini and turned on home sharing. All of the movies in our iTunes library are 1080p files. However, a handful of them were incorrectly identified as 720p files (Identify the program made the mistake). Those files that are designated 720p files show up in the shared section of the iPad mini after home sharing was turned on. The 1080p files do not show up under shared videos. The files, as stated above, are all actually 1080p files converted with Handbrake and the Apple TV 3 setting (from MKV Blu-ray rips). Those 720p marked files play fine through home sharing. My questions are as follows: 1. Has Apple intentionally limited the iPad mini home sharing to 720p and lower resolution? 2. If not, is there a fix so the iPad mini can see the 1080p movies files? 3. Does anybody else notice that just changing the HD designation on a 1080p file to 720p allows their iPad mini to see it via a Home Sharing? I realize that I can use Air Video to circumvent this problem, or manually use Identify to designate all my video as 720p to "trick" Apple, but I really hope there is just an easy fix I am missing. Thanks for the help in advance!