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Stream Movies From External Drive To Apple TV Through Airport Extreme


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If I have an external hard drive with ripped movies on it can I stream to the apple TV by hooking it up through my airport extreme? I was wondering if I do it this way I could also have access to those movies on any computer throughout the house via iTunes, we have about 6 macs.
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