Stream photos using Apple TV 2

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Can PhotoStream be used to stream photos to an Apple TV 2? Does it keep any local copies while doing so? Is there any limit available as to how many photos can be streamed at a time?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #199487

Stream photos using Apple TV 2

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Hello,

You don't need photostream or iPhoto to stream photos to your Apple TV but what you need to do is turn your iTunes on. From there turn on Home sharing and in the advanced settings select the photos you want to share. You can view the library from the computers tab.

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Stream photos using Apple TV 2

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You can choose which of your photos you want to share and whom you want to share them with IOS 6, photo 9.4, Aperture 3.4, iCloud Control Panel 2. x, Apple TV Software Update 5.1, and Shared Photo Streams. Friends can subscribe to your shared streams to view them on all their devices, and get notified automatically when you add new photos.
 
You can add and view videos with your shared streams If you and your subscribers update your software to IOS 7, iCloud Control Panel 3.0, or Apple TV Software Update 6.0.
 
One copy is stored for each service. So if it exists in your Photo Stream, and a shared Photo Stream, there are three physical files on your phone.
 
iCloud limits the number of photos that can be uploaded within a given hour, day, or month to prevent unintended or excessive use. But in My Photo Stream, There is no limit to the number of photos can upload. To My Photo Stream over time.
Answered By 0 points N/A #199489

Stream photos using Apple TV 2

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Hello,

Photostream can be used to stream photos to an Apple TV. Photostream in the cloud keeps photos of the last 30 days, within the limit of 1000 pictures. When Photostream syncs photos from your device, they will remain there until you delete them, which means that you may have more photos in your Photostream album on your device than there are in Photostream in the cloud.
 
Consequently, if you turn Photostream on and off on your device, it will be filled with photos of the past 30 days, which may not be all the photos that were previously in the Photostream album on this device.
 
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