add all_features command as well as pairing requirements to scans
add "artwork" command, hopefully handle exceptions a little more nicely.
This is an asyncio python library for interacting with Apple TV and AirPlay devices. It mainly targets Apple TVs (all generations, including tvOS 15), but also support audio streaming via AirPlay to receivers like the HomePod, AirPort Express and third-party speakers. It can act as remote control to the Music app/iTunes in macOS.
All the documentation you need is available at pyatv.dev.
Some examples include:
...and lots more! A complete list is available here.
All documentation (especially for developers) are available at pyatv.dev.
It is however possible to install with
pip and try things out with
$ pip install pyatv $ atvremote scan Name: Office Model/SW: HomePodMini tvOS 14.7 Address: 10.0.10.84 MAC: AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF Deep Sleep: False Identifiers: - AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF - AABBCCDDEEFF Services: - Protocol: AirPlay, Port: 7000, Credentials: None - Protocol: Companion, Port: 49152, Credentials: None - Protocol: RAOP, Port: 7000, Credentials: None, Password: None
Or run in a container (x86_64, aarch64, armv7):
docker run -it --rm --network=host ghcr.io/postlund/pyatv:master atvremote scan
master tag points to latest commit on the
master branch and can
be changed to a specific version, e.g.
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