How to Play Movies From PC to TV Using Wireless
If you want to view movies or tv shows on your TV from your computer its pretty easy to do. All you need is a wireless or ethernet connection on your home network.
Your also need to make sure your TV have a media feature built in, most modern smart tv today come with this feature.
I have tested it on Sony, Panasonic, Samsung and Hisense TV and it works flawlessly. Just make sure you are all on the same home network and make sure network sharing is setup correctly on your computer and your good to go.
I setup the network sharing on Windows 10 and had no problems.
No more streaming movies on your pc and broadcasting them on your TV, this is a much more better way of to share movies from pc to smart tv
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It does do not work on sinotec smart tv
It doesn't seem to work, help!!
Thank you very much! Working on Samsung TV 🙂 🙂
Brilliant, thanks so much for this tutorial…
Just learned f all
1:32 i see only my pc ;/ ( my tv is turned on and in the same connection )
It didn’t work for me. My tv see the folders but it doesn’t see a single movie from the 100. 🙁
How to stream in fire tv
No "Media " section on my Panasonic smart TV, yes I have internet connection via 5g WiFi but drops out when trying to use browser etc. to connect to youtube, flickr etc. and nothing to show the PC connected or files etc. ???
Media player says – "no device connected."
I need this tutorial for macbook. Please say I can find it somewhere?
Thank you. whathever in my smart TV samsung the video stop and start every 5sec. Buffering? the TV is connected with cable and de PC on wifi. How can i solve the problem? thanks
I'm not a hater but the guy's voice is like: "Hello everyone, my name is Korg…"
Only me who had a seizure?
Mine won't play. I got it working with a short 30 second clip, no problem, but when i went to load an entire movie, it never got to playing. My theory so far, is that the TV is trying to load the entire movie, before starting to play, but it gets stuck somwehere in the process.
I gave it ~10 minutes, which should've been plenty (I have gigabit locally), but it just got stuck at the loading screen.
Verified the movie can play on my computer, any suggestions to fix this?
Still valid in 2021. Thank you.
i cant see my Tv name on local network, only the "media program on this pc"
Same mobile phone file we play on my TV without screen share
i have a hard time on the tv part i can't seem to locate the network configuration
Super usefull!!! U saved my life. If you have vlc app and you have followed all the steps of the video, just search for local files on your vlc app and you will see your movies there. If it asks you for a password just hit ok without putting anyting and you are done. 100% quality and no buffering or so. Thank you so much!
other 1:29 turn on media streaming. here only one devices. not my android tv :/
Will this still work even if the PC is turned off? Thanks for the tutorial!
In every 2-3 minutes video freezes for few seconds. Do you have any solutions ?
Man, you are a legend. I didn't think it was possible. I had my tv hung on the wall. So, I couldn't use HDMI cable
Does this only work with smart TV? I tried it with my apple tv box device and I just could not connect it wirelessly. 😞. I think I could probably get it to work by downloading my movies to itunes and projecting them on to my TV
Thank you for the content. This was very helpful.
Can 4k hdr content play smoothly
Can we also play or add the subtitles?
After these settings, my tv Chromecast device still not discoverable. Pls help
Sorry but it doesn't work on Hisense 50e76gq. Is there some magic trick or issue with that model?
im trying to re set this up on windows 11 but my tv says it wont recognize the file
All i see it's Media players On this network … No Tv Found what so ever …. but when im on youtube .. i can cast from YT to Tv … I do the exact way yo do …
Thank you so much.
Can I play a blue ray movie from my pc to my tv with all Dolby Atmos sound enabled by this process ?
OMG you talk too slow
YUP…you nailed it buddy. Only channel that had the important instruction about media sharing