If you don’t have a smartphone or tablet but still want to stream your videos, a good option to use is an HDMI connection. This simply hooks up your computer to your TV. Equipment needed to stream with an HDMI connection includes:
GHUTV does support casting using Android devices and the past two versions of Chromecast. The casting icons for users who have a Chromecast device will show up in the Brightcove Player once the video is started.
First connect your Apple TV to your television with an HDMI cable. Then, on your Apple device, select the AirPlay icon on the menu bar. Under “Connect to AirPlay Display,” choose your Apple TV. The AirPlay icon will turn blue, and your desktop or screen will be displayed on your television. Start your video, and click on full screen mode to make the video larger on your TV. Now you’re ready to work out!
Viewing the workouts on your smartphone, tablet, or laptop is pretty self-explanatory. All you need is a good internet connection. But getting the workouts onto your big screen TV at home requires a little more know-how. Many of you have asked for assistance on how to stream us on your TVs so we’ve put together a few tutorials on how to use the connection options compatible with GHUTV.