Apple has some really gorgeous screen savers for the Apple TV, and they look even better in 4K resolution and HDR. What if you don’t have an Apple TV and you desire those aerial visuals on your Mac’s screen?
Yes, there’s an app for that. Aerial is a free app that can get you Apple TELEVISION’s Screen Savers on a computer running macOS. It brings all the most recent screen savers that Apple has actually launched until now for tvOS, and all of them are offered in 4K resolution with HDR10 encoding. You can even add details widgets such as battery level, clock, countdown timer, or a custom message and pick the area.
The app offers a lot of choices, and you can get really overwhelmed by all the features. The HDR feature would just work well if your computer runs macOS 10.15 Catalina (or later) and it is hooked to either the Apple Pro Show XDR or another HDR10-certified screen from brands like ASUS, Dell, or LG.
These video files are pretty and they can eat up a great deal of data from your internet, however the good thing is, there’s an option to downgrade the resolution to 1080p and even change the video codecs. You can even cache video files to save money on some bandwidth. By default, random screen savers start playing but you can alter that as well.
Last however not the least, Aerial likewise provides an alternative to select which show you want screen savers to appear on, in case you have a multi-monitor setup. You can even set the time when you desire the screen savers to appear or pick to sync it with macOS Catalina’s Graveyard shift functions.
After you’re done playing around with all the functions in the app and look what works for you, you can go to System Preferences > > Desktop & Screen Saver > > Screen Saver and after that select Aerial from the list. Now, you’re done. You can download the Aerial app from Github through the link below.
[Download Aerial for Mac]
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