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Screen casting with Apple TV ?

Adobe Community Professional ,
Jul 27, 2020

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Hi folks,

Is there a way to screencast pictures from Lightroom Classic on an Apple TV without syncing them to the cloud?

I mean for instance a direct way to open pics from the mac with Lightroom on a iphone and watching on TV?

I have

  • Mac book pro
  • Iphone
  • Apple TV
  • Lightroom classic on the mac
  • Lightroom mobile on the iphone
  • Lightroom on the Apple TV

So what is the trick to watch pics on TV without sending them to the Cloud?

Thanks

Didier

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Screen casting with Apple TV ?

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Hi folks,

Is there a way to screencast pictures from Lightroom Classic on an Apple TV without syncing them to the cloud?

I mean for instance a direct way to open pics from the mac with Lightroom on a iphone and watching on TV?

I have

  • Mac book pro
  • Iphone
  • Apple TV
  • Lightroom classic on the mac
  • Lightroom mobile on the iphone
  • Lightroom on the Apple TV

So what is the trick to watch pics on TV without sending them to the Cloud?

Thanks

Didier

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Sure, that's a wifi connection.

 

In your icon menus on the righthand side, you should see this:

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Go to the Apple TV option and on the TV you'll see a 4 or 6 number thing you have to enter on the comptuer and then you're linked. 

 

If you don't see , go to Apple  menu > System Preferences > Displays, then select "Show mirroring options in the menu bar when available."

 

Let us know if this works or not.

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Thanks Gary.

I already done that. connecting is not the problem.

I will try to be clearer :

How to cast pictures from my local LRC library and not from the cloud?

I do not want pictures on the cloud.

I want to open Lightroom app on my mobile or Apple TV and access LIghtroom Classic pictures locally stored on my mac.

The main reason : Apple airplay is so disastrous no menus, no proper settings, bad display…

Lightroom app is good but until now I only can cast photos synced to the cloud…

Thanks

Didier

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Hi Didier,

 

OK, now I understand what you're trying to do. 

 

The answer is probably not. At least no way that i can come up with.

 

What I have done when I want to show a number of folks some photos from a trip was to have my iPad on my lap and present the photos on our TV. I then control the images from my iPad. 

 

However, part of me is confused (and this is not your fault) in that I'm not sure I understand which Lightroom you are using: is it Lightroom Classic where the photos are stored on your hard drive or Lightroom where all the photos are stored in the cloud.

 

Either way, I think your best bet is to do as I suggested, use Apple AirPlay but control the visual on the TV from your computer or iPad (or iPhone).

 

Sorry, that's about it.

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