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I want to set the default video playback to 1080p but iTunes 12.5.4.42 sets default playback for 720p for all TV Shows and Movies. Why is the default video playback in iTunes set to 720p when I purchased 1080p? I noticed since MacOS Sierra iTunes Preferences no longer gives the option to set preferred video quality. It used to be 1080/720/480, but now it only shows "Playback Quality : Good / Best Available", which does not set the default to 1080, nor does it really specify if it means audio or video. Now in iTunes to get 1080p I must select each individual movie or TV Show and manually right click on EACH video file and select "Video Quality > 720, 480, 1080" and for some reason the Default for every single movie and TV Show is now 720p. I have 1080) for a lot of TV Shows and movies, most don't have 720. Now, since the default is 720 it chooses to play 480. I have to go through that right-click option for every single TV show and movie in order to playback in 1080. Select All doesn't work, the option isn't there.




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I appreciate your response. All of my videos are downloaded as 1080p but the latest version of iTunes sets the default video playback to 720p. Why, I do not know. For example, I purchased the TV Show Marco Polo downloaded as 1080p (I have no 720p videos). So I select TV Shows in the iTunes application and TV Show now appears (between Edit and View) in the iTunes menu at the top of the iTunes application. If you then click on TV Show the second selection is Video Quality which is grayed. Then I select an episode of Marco Polo and go back to TV Show and Video Quality is no longer grayed out and has selections with a check next to the first selection saying Default (720P). The only other selection available is High Definition (1080p). I then manually change selection to High Definition (1080p).


If I select a Movie and then go to Movie (which is now between Edit and View) at the top of iTunes and then go to Video Quality, I get the same thing a check next to the first selection saying Default (720P) and I must manual change to High Definition (1080p). Also note for a few movies and TV Show episodes the Video Quality is not shown as a menu selection. The Video Quality selection is completely missing, why I have no idea. All the videos were downloaded as and are 1080p.


You misunderstand my question. In iTunes, select a movie then the word Movie appears at the top of iTunes between Edit and View. Then go to the top of iTunes and select Movie which shows the second selection as Video Quality (for this specific movie) you will see that it says Default (HD 720p) and you have to manually change to 1080p to get the higher resolution. Same for TV Shows just select a TV Show Episode and go to TV Show at the top of iTunes and the second selection is Video Quality which says Default (HD 720p) so to get 1080p you must manually change.


You didn't purchase "1080p", you purchased "HD". HD means, it either downloads 720p or 1080p, depending on the machine you run iTunes on. Problem is, iTunes decides for you, so even with a big Mac (:o) you may end up with 720p. This is where Apple's still in the stone age.


Some may be misunderstanding. The problem is not with files DOWNLOADED. The problem is with STREAMING files. That is, the default to STREAM the file on iTunes (I do not download all my HD movies for space reasons) the default will be 720p until you change it.


i have my movies on a media server and manually set them to 1080p so when they stream to the Apple TV l get 1080p. Some companies are quietly trying to downgrade streaming quality to 720p, my cable subscriber changed their ESPN video quality from 1080 to 720. And when I noticed, I canceled them immediately and now I got my 1080 ESPN back.


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