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Topic: Streaming Any Video Formats to Google Chromecast
Streaming Any Video Formats to GoogleEarthquake Chromecast

Have you ever tried to stream videos and movies to Google Chromecast for playing on your HDTV? I have tested Videostream for Chromecast with FLV, AVI, MKV, MP4, WMV, MTS, M2TS, Tivo, MPEG and VOB files. This article tells you how to stream Chromecast supported and upsupported media videos to Google Chromecast.

It requires a wireless connection using the Internet or a network connected computer, tablet, or smart phone. You can play various multimedia content, but only Google Cast supported formats can be streamed directly. According to this way, in order to smoothly watch HD movies on HD TV via Google Chromecast, we should know more details on Chromecast Supported and Unsupported Video Formats below.

Part 1.Introduction of Chromecast Supported and Unsupported Video Formats:

A: Standard supported Chromecast Video Formats include:
MP4 MPEG 4 or MP4 video files uses the standard .mp4 extension. It is most commonly used to store video and audio files.
WebM – An open video format for the web that allows everyone to stream video and audio codecs.

B: Some unsupported video formats include:
AVI – AVI (Audio Video Interleave), the most common format for audio video data on the PC, is a multimedia container format with video and audio.
MKV – The Matroska Multimedia Container holds video, audio, picture, or subtitle tracks in one file.
FLV – Flash video formats are video files that are streamed over the Internet using the Adobe Flash Player.
MOV – MOV is a multimedia file format that contains one and more tracks of data, such as audio, video or text.
VOB – VOB (Video object) files are DVD Video file formats that contain digital video audio, audio, and subtitles relevant to DVDs.
3G2 – This is video container file for audio, video, and text that is an extension of MP4.

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Part 2.How to stream your supported video formats to Google Chromecast?

Method 1.Connect with your Mobile device
To stream videos using your mobile device, you will need to download and open the Chromecast app on your Android or iOS smartphone or tablet using Google Play or the App store. The Chromecast app is available for Android tablets and smartphones through Google Play and for iPhones and iPads in the App store.

Note: You should ensure that your mobile device is connected to your Wi Fi and not your mobile network. Also, you must have the latest app installed and be on the same network as your Chromecast digital media player.

Method 2.Connect with your computer

Chromecast allows you to stream videos on your TV using your Mac or PC running the Chrome browser. This is the only browser that Chromecast is compatible with. Follow the instructions below to connect with your computer:
Step 1. Open the Chrome browser on your computer and then navigate to this page to see how to setup Chromecast.
Step 2. Dwnload the Chromecast app to your computer.
Step 3. Select the instruction below that is applicable to your computer.
I. On your Windows computer, Save the file, Run the Chromecast app and follow the prompts to complete setting up Chromecast.
II. On your Mac OS X computer, drag and drop the Chromecast app into your Applications folder. You will need to open the folder, run the application, and then select the Chromecast device. Follow the instructions to complete the setup process.

Method 3. Connect with YouTube:
Step 1. Connect your Chromecast device to an available HDMI slot on your HDTV.
Step 2. When your Chromecast digital media player is securely connected to your TV you will see the Chromecast Home screen with your Wi Fi name at the bottom of the screen.
Step 3. Now, download the YouTube app on your Android or Apple tablet or smartphone.
Step 4. Connect your Android or Apple device to the same Wi Fi network as your Chromecast device.
Step 5. Open the YouTube app on your Android or Apple de

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