1569 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Oct 8, 2010 7:24 PM by cedricSF
Currently Being ModeratedOct 8, 2010 10:21 AM (in response to DVX100Shooter)The older videos are more than likely standard definition or lower in resolution. I would bet it was encoded at a 320x240 resolution for the iPods screen at the time. Apple has since increased the resolution to 640x480 if not at HD sizes for larger TV and computer screens we are now using more and more.
You can check the resolution of the video by right clicking it in iTunes choosing Get Info. The Video Dimension and Total Bitrate in the Summary tab will gibe you an idea on the quality of the video. The bigger the numbers the better the quality.17" 2.5GHz MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.4), 16Gb nano 4G and 6G, 60Gb iPod video, 16Gb touch, 40Gb Apple TV
Currently Being ModeratedOct 8, 2010 11:16 AM (in response to Stephen Spark)Oh ok thanks!! I will look into this.1.8 G5 PowerMac & 2.33 Dual Core Macbook Pro, Mac OS X (10.5.8), 6gigs of RAM, 250g & 1TB HD's, Final Cut Pro Studio3, Fotomagico Pro
Currently Being ModeratedOct 8, 2010 7:24 PM (in response to Stephen Spark)I have music videos that looked good with my previous generation apple TV but they look more pixelized with the new Apple TV. Rented iTunes Movies and Netflix are good quality, the problem seems limited to video content streamed from my iMac. Did anyone experience this? Any tips?Apple TV (2nd generation)