Did you understand you’ll be able to use your Mac to take screenshots and grab video from an Apple TV? You can — if your Mac is working macOS High Sierra. Here’s how:
- Turn on your Apple TV, open settings, and make a selection Network.
- Look below Connection and be aware the Wi-Fi community title.
- Turn on your Mac, and make sure that it’s hooked up to the similar community.
- Launch QuickTime Player.
- In the QuickTime menu bar, choose File -> New Movie Recording. A brand new recording window will open.
- Click the small down arrow to the precise of the crimson report button and a dropdown menu will seem.
- Select Apple TV below each the Camera and Microphone sections.
- On the Apple TV, a display sharing permissions suggested will pop up. Use the Siri Remote and make a selection Allow.
- Click the crimson button to get started recording.
To take a screenshot on your Apple TV from your Mac, press Shift (⇧)-Command (⌘)-4 and the onscreen pointer adjustments to a crosshair.
- Press the Space bar. The pointer adjustments to a digicam.
- Move the pointer over the QuickTime Player window, wait till the QuickTime menu and the overlay with playback controls have disappeared, then click on the mouse or trackpad to take a screenshot of what’s proven on your Apple TV.
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