If you have seen the gorgeous screensavers from the Apple TV, you must have surely been mesmerized. These pictures are rumored to be captured from the International Space Station itself. Some of them are obtained via satellites. You can get these fantastic screensavers on your Mac by using third-party software. What’s more, you can even get them in 4K video resolution!
The software which we are talking about here is the Aerial Screen Saver for Mac. This is free software that gives Mac users the screensavers from the tvOS. This guide will help you to use the Aerial Screen Saver software and use AppleTV screensavers on Mac. Here, we will guide you to save the space videos from tvOS.
How to Get AppleTV Screensavers on macOS
Follow the steps below in order to get AppleTV screensavers on macOS:
- You need to download the latest version of the Aerial Screen Saver from their GitHub repository.
- Then, you will have to install the screensavers. This process is a manual process. You can do this by right-clicking on the Aerial.saver and then choose Open. Finally, approve the installation.
- Go to the ‘Screen Saver’ control panel. Here, select the ‘Aerial’ option, and then choose ‘Screen Saver options.’
- Change the screensaver list as you like. You will need to check and uncheck a couple of videos here. Some ISS videos will be found here and there. Browse individually and alter them as per your wish. Finally, you will be greeted with your screensaver.
You will find a dozen of other screensavers such as ‘Italy to Asia,’ ‘Korean and Japan Night,’ and many more. Choose whichever you want and apply them to your Mac.
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