How to AirPlay videos in any formats like AVI, MKV, DivX, MOV, FLV etc that are not supported by AirPlay from computer to Apple TV? The world-class 5KPlayer provides the top solution. This all-conquering AirPlayer server allows users to AirPlay all the popular video formats after conversion from iOS devices and computer to Apple TV and other devices (PC and Mac included), with no loss in the video quality.
To use 5KPlayer to airplay MKV, AVI, WMV, DivX, FLV etc to Apple TV, just follow the steps below:
Step 1: Download 5KPlayer on your Mac or PC, then launch it.
Note: Your AirPlay video receiving device and 5KPlayer should be connected to the same WiFi network.
Step 2: Click AirPlay button on the top right corner on the interface and you can see a list of airplay video receivers. Select Apple TV here. The AirPlay button will go red if it is enabled.
Step 3: Add the converted MKV, AVI, FLV or other videos or movies on your computer, it will automatically airplay to the Apple TV you connect. Serves as an AirPlay sender, 5KPlayer will AirPlay MKV, AVI, FLV videos on the larger screen and turn your computer to a media controller to exercise controls on your computer like fast forward, fast backward, zoom in and out and pause etc.
Note: In addition to AirPlay videos from computer to other AirPlay-enabled devices, 5KPlayer also embraces the capability of an AirPlay receiver, which allows users to AirPlay video music from iOS devices like iPhone, iPod touch, iPad to PC or Mac.
5KPlayer is equipped with strong video and music AirPlay features. On one hand, it serves as an AirPlay sender, which allows users to AirPlay music and videos from computer to Apple TV; on the other hand, acting as an AirPlay receiver, it's also capable to stream video and audio from iPhone, iPad to Mac and PC.
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