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Enhance Your At-Home Entertainment Experience

Learn more about streaming from your tablet, mobile device, or computer to your TV

There are several devices available to enhance your streaming entertainment experience by allowing you to watch on your big screen TV.  Our web series is presented using the website video platform Vimeo, which is like YouTube, but secured so that only people who have the password can view the content. Click here for help on watching the series on your big screen.

We know it can be confusing and overwhelming to figure out which technology you need in order to get the content you love showing up on your big screen TV. We’ve compiled some resources to help with this process.

Streaming content is easier than ever. From Netflix, Amazon Prime, Crave, and Disney+ to online videos on YouTube, Vimeo, or social media, you can watch on your laptop, desktop computer, iPad or tablet, or even your smartphone (but that might be too small of a screen). But what about watching streamed content on your big screen TV? It’s easier than you think. You’ll need a TV with a USB port to connect a casting device or a smart TV. Much like smartphones and smart home devices, a smart TV uses your home network to provide streaming video and services on your TV, and smart TVs use wired Ethernet and built-in Wi-Fi to stay connected. Many popular smart TV brands now come with Chromecast already built in.

Click here for a variety of tips on watching Vimeo content.

What is casting to TV?
Casting to your TV is a simple way to enjoy your favourite content from the internet optimized for the big screen. You can even use your mobile device or tablet as a remote and control everything from playback to volume.

Click here for tips about how to cast to your TV.

Casting to the TV via an App
Using the iOS App
Using the Android App
Using the Apple TV App
Using the Roku Channel
Using the Amazon Fire TV app
Using the Android TV App
Using the Xbox App
Using the Samsung TV App

What is mirroring to TV?
Screen mirroring, also called screen sharing, is simply the process of replicating a phone, laptop, tablet or computer screen onto a TV screen.

Popular streaming devices at a glance:

 - Amazon Fire TV Cube
 - Roku Streaming Stick, Ultra, or Express
 - Apple TV
 - Google Chromecast

Click here for tips on how to watch on your SmartTV.

For more details about each of these devices and how they work, we suggest reading this article:
www.digitaltrends.com/home-theater/best-streaming-devices/

For information about connecting your streaming (casting or mirroring) device to your TV, we suggest reading this article:
www.cabletv.com/blog/how-to-connect-iphone-to-tv

Whatever combination of devices you have, there’s a way to stream content and cast videos on the big screen. Get connected and enjoy the show!