Hi, I have a newbie question. I'm contemplating buying an Apple TV (never used one before). If I buy one, it will be connected to the same router as my home PC (a new iMac 2015), so the two devices will be able to "talk" to each other. My question is - I currently watch a lot of stuff off my iMac - rather than watching DVDs, it has lots of video files like mp4, avi, mkv .. which I play using VLC Media Player. I would like to browse these same videos from my TV, so the solution is presumable to get an "Apple TV". The TV and iMac are in two different rooms. I know it's possible to "mirror" my iMac's screen to my TV (using Apple TV), however that's not ideal. Currently I copy what I want to a USB stick, and the USB stick is connected to my TV so I can watch those videos at the time (but of course this requirements me to copy and paste new videos into the USB stick as required). Can I do the above using an Apple TV? Directly browse videos on my iMac if I purchase one? I think I know the answer to this, which is: a) "yes, but only if I copy those movies into iTunes". If that's true, then I don't think iTunes supports all video formats, and also iTunes has its own storage place for videos and music, so I'll need to be careful to delete my old videos once they're copied into iTunes, to prevent duplicate videos taking up space on my iMac. Is that correct? b) Is there any alternate solution? e.g. buying a Chromecast or something else that could read data off my iMac as the central drive for the videos? Thanks!