For those of you who have an Apple TV, there are two ways to stream your media files from the computer to your ATV without jailbreaking it. Options: (1) AirPlay or (2) Plex/iOS device. These are assuming Apple TV and the TV itself is already setup. OPTION 1: Via AirPlay, one would only be able to use mp4, m4v, or mov files. This works fine if most of your media fall into these Apple friendly formats. You'll need these: - Mac (not sure about PC) - Apple TV - TV 1. Drag your file to the Movies or TV shows section in iTunes. Note: this will copy and create a new file in your iTunes harddrive. 2. Play it and select the AirPlay button in the video UI. 3. Enjoy. If your media files do not work in iTunes, it will be very time consuming to transcode and reorganize them to the right format. For now, I have found a band-aid to this problem by showing you option two. OPTION 2: You'll need these: - Mac (not sure about PC) - iOS device (iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch) - Apple TV - TV - Plex (Installed on both the Mac and iOS Device) 1. Run Plex on the Mac or PC. Import your files via the Media Manager. Make sure to consolidate all your Movies in one folder, and TV shows in another. You will see Plex match the title and show the details of that movie/TV show. 2. Make sure that the Plex Media Server is on and sharing files. All you really need is to have the Media Manager on, and you can control it via the Status Menu on OS X. The Plex app on the Mac does not need to run, the Plex Media Server does. 3. Next you'll want to calibrate your iOS device to the media server you setup with the Plex app. Once that is done, you will have access to all the files in Plex through your iOS device. 4. Select whichever video you want to watch and click the AirPlay option to Apple TV. That is all you need to do. One thing I noticed when using option 2 was that the MBP fans were getting loud. I believe it was due to the Plex app transcoding the non-Apple compatible files to a compatible format on the 'fly' or as it goes. This makes the CPU to use a lot of memory. The solution I did was to run a minimal amount of apps on the computer. Hope this helps!