Apple TV and OS X Mountain Lion’s AirPlay Mirroring

Author: Arthur Ricky  //  Category: Apple

First, I will explain what is the airplay.

AirPlay is a system designed by Apple to stream content between compatible devices. This means that you can listen to the audio from your laptop or desktop computer to AirPlay compatible audio systems and regular sound systems which are complemented by an AirPort network AirPlay. Previously, you were already able to stream music from iTunes using AirPlay. With the release of Mountain Lion, any audio system is fair game. This means that you can now listen to Spotify or YouTube audio to your AirPlay compatible audio systems without having to buy a third party software, like media conversion software.

Pay television has become an important source of comfort in any families. But it has becomes more easily since Apple TV and OS X Mountain Lion’s AirPlay Mirrored.

How To Use It In Mac OS X Mountain Lion

  1. Prepare your Mac OS X Lion system. Collect your multimedia contents for sharing or watching on TV.
  2. Mirror your screen by selecting your Apple TV from the drop-down menu of your Mac OS Lion computer.


3. Prepare the Audio System.

Click on the sound icon in your Mac OS X menu bar while holding the option (alt) key, and select the AirPlay device from the drop-drown menu.

There’s always something good on TV for $ 99. Enjoy your digital life easily via airplay.