Please help me find a simple way to view short home videos taken on a digital video camera, photo camera or cell phone on my Apple TV. I've been using AppleTV to showcase my photos for a couple months now, but all the short little videos I take along the way have been gathering dust in a general folder. None of them are significant enough to warrant building a full on iMovie, and all are in Nikon's AVI format. To date I have about 300 of them, hoping that one day they won't just gather dust. As I understand it these are the recommended steps that Apple encourages: 1) Import movies from camera onto hard disk (Aperture prompts me to do this when I import photos) 2) Import all movies into iMovie 3) Export for AppleTV (creating new projects for each video, individually!) 4) Import into iTunes 5) Sync with AppleTV This is awful. For comparison, here is my current workflow for photos to get them to show on AppleTV... 1) Import photos into Aperture. Assuming iTunes is already running (and it mostly is), there's not even a step two. iTunes is set up to sync a "Recent Import" smart album from Aperture to AppleTV so everything else is behind the scenes. A few seconds after importing I'm viewing new photos on my AppleTV. Since AppleTV is actually built for video, I'm hoping for a revised workflow that can showcase my movies as quickly as it does photos. I'm currently not running a hacked version of the AppleTV OS, but would consider it if it simplifies the process. Automator workflows, Finder Folder Actions, and AppleScripts are also fair game. Handbrake / VisualHub solutions are fine, as long as it's in the background.