In this demo I take you through using the Remote app on my Apple watch with the Apple tv.  Once you've paired the Remote app with the Apple tv, its a simple matter of either using the gesture area to flick up, down, left or right or using the Menu button to go back and the Play button to start/stop play.  Also tried out entering my parental pin with Netflix which worked out fine.

In this demo, I show you how to activate audio description within Netflix on the Apple TV to view the first TV series with Audio Described content from Netflix: Marvel's Daredevil TV series.  To do this when watching the show, press Select on the Remote to pause, hold down Select for options screen to come up, press Up Arrow on the remote to access 3 menu items: Sub-titles, Audio and Speakers: Press Right Arrow on the remote to move to Audio, and then press Down Arrow on the remote to get down to English Audio Description, and press Select again on the remote to start listening with Audio Description.

In this demo, I take you through how to listen to Audio Described content in the the ABC iView app (15 months trial from April 2015), and the Netflix app on my iPhone.  ABC iView: go to menu, Programs A-Z, select Show Audio Described for a list of all Audio Described content, select show to view/listen, and select Play with Audio Described button (2nd button will allow standard play) to listen  to Audio Described content. Netflix: (using Marvel Daredevil as an example), when in Play video screen, select Language option button, choose English  audio described track to start listening with Audio Described (by default content will play without Audio Described).

In the demo, I explain how the Solo-Dx ( audio description track works, do a demo using the audio track for Hunger Games with the actual movie on my Mac as an example, and give contact details for Solo-Dx. As its an mp3 file, you can play the track on any device, and play the movie on your TV, Apple TV, Mac etc..

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