When you set up an Apple TV 4k it prefers to output a 60 Hz video signal, and when set it uses that for everything regardless of source material. This is a very bad idea, as all 24 fps (movies) and 25 fps (european TV) content will stutter. Not much, but it's definitely there and noticeable. The only way to get correct playback is to check what framerate the source material has, and then manually go into video settings and choose a video mode that matches the source framerate (or a multiple of it). Then playback is completely stutter free. Needless to say that is annoying, especially since the playback clients running on webOS on my TV does automatic mode switching and do not stutter at all.
Serato macbook air. So, this is not a question but rather information to other users and a feature request. Implement automatic mode switching based on the framerate of the source material, so that we can have stutter free playback of _all_ content. I would love for the Apple TV 4k to be a great choice for home theater enthusiasts, but right now it can't be.
Apple TV 4K, tvOS 11
Posted on Oct 1, 2017 12:48 PM
- Apple TV on Xbox As rumored, the Apple TV app is coming to Xbox consoles, letting you watch TV shows like Ted Lasso and Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet through Apple's subscription video service, Apple TV+, along with movies rented or purchased through iTunes. 'We’re excited to share that the Apple TV app is coming to Xbox One and Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S on November 10,' announced.
- Sky Go isn't available on Apple Tv and there haven't been any statements by Sky to suggest it might become available at any time.
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Read our Apple TV Buying Guide and more Apple TV how tos here. Also, here's what to do if your Apple TV won't connect to Wi-Fi. You can, of course, watch BBC live via the BBC iPlayer app. IPhone, iPad or iPod touch: go to Settings Wi-Fi. Also, make sure Bluetooth has been turned on. Apple TV: go to Settings Network. If your Apple TV uses an Ethernet cable, check that the cable is plugged into the router that you use for Wi-Fi. Mac: click in the menu bar. Question: Q: Apple TV 4k video stutter When you set up an Apple TV 4k it prefers to output a 60 Hz video signal, and when set it uses that for everything regardless of source material. This is a very bad idea, as all 24 fps (movies) and 25 fps (european TV) content will stutter.