With macOS Catalina (released October 2019), iTunes, as we knew it, is no more! Instead, your ripped media (CDs and DVDs) is now loaded in the Apple Music app and Apple TV app on your desktop. We're currently busy working on updating this page to reflect these changes with new images.
Load your DIGIRAW disc-to-digital mastered mp4 videos in iTunes on your computer. Now activate Home Sharing, and then again on your Apple TV, iPhone, and iPad. Sign in using your iTunes username and password on all devices. That's it; you can now stream the contents of your iTunes library to all your enabled Apple devices wirelessly around your home.
With recent iOS updates plus a greater focus on iCloud and purchasing/renting titles from the iTunes store, using iTunes to stream your content locally is now an inferior option, rumoured by many to become obsolete very soon. While we adore Apple hardware, especially the Apple TV, combining them with either Plex Media Server, Emby or Infuse 6 will deliver the rich experience you truly expect.
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The DIGIRAW CD, DVD, Blu-ray and 4K (UHD) ripping conversion service was created in Dec 2012 to help movie, and music lovers alike to convert their physical media collections to digital, quickly. A disc-to-digital home-media service which organises, presents and plays your physical discs on any screen.
Clients tell us it's like a DIY Netflix service, with one striking extra benefit, you get to choose your content, and keep it! That's selective viewing at it's best.
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