5 Replies Latest reply: Jan 12, 2011 4:07 PM by vazandrew
SquantoDog Level 1 (0 points)
I have an iPhone 4 and tried every streaming combination I could think of. However my iMovie app, iTunes video preview and MobileMe gallery quicktime video's do not work any longer. I am not sure if it is because I updated my iRemote app on the iPhone. It was great having those apps work because I could save a video and send it to my Mobile Me Gallery and launch the video and then stream it to my Apple TV 2 generation. All of those apps only stream the audio now, but no video. Anyone else tried these apps with success or had the same problem? My Youtube and iTunes video works fine.

MacBook & Mac Air, Mac OS X (10.6.5)
  • vazandrew Level 6 (17,946 points)
    If you are referring to airplay, video is currently only supported via the iPod and Youtube apps.
  • SquantoDog Level 1 (0 points)
    I know, but I swear I was able to get iMovie and using MobileMe gallery to stream my movie from the iPhone 4. Try it out yourself.
  • Chenks Level 5 (7,420 points)
    SquantoDog wrote:
    I know, but I swear I was able to get iMovie and using MobileMe gallery to stream my movie from the iPhone 4.


    nope you were mistaken.
    it is youtube app and ipod app only at the moment.
  • SquantoDog Level 1 (0 points)
    Okay, so I am mistaken, but it is also not clear with Apple Airplay, what video streaming will work. Apple should be clearer on what does not currently supported airplay such as movie or Quicktime. I am a big fan of lists that have checkboxes next to the items that are supported. However, with iOS 4.3 I think my "imagination" and "mistakenness" will finally be reality...so my question is mute.
  • vazandrew Level 6 (17,946 points)
    It has been very clear that video is only supported by those apps. That will open up once apple provides the tools to developers, but even then it will be up to each individual whether or not it is implemented.