Web Video Cast is an application that allows you to stream content from your Android device to larger screen TVs. You can freely choose from local files to files on the internet to experience it your way. At the same time, you will find the TVs that this application supports so that the connection can be established correctly. Indeed, you will be able to choose the entertainment method that is right for you.
WATCH THE PROGRAMS YOU WANT ON TV
The use that you can use in Web Video Cast is to find the exciting programs you want to watch and play them on big screen TVs. The use is straightforward in that you will perform the same video search process as you are using the internet browser and establish a connection to the TV you want to watch on. If the process is successful, you will be able to experience exciting times that you cannot afford to miss.
SUPPORTS LOCAL FILES AND SUBTITLES
Besides the search feature in Web Video Cast, you will not ignore the support for local files. You can enjoy a wide variety of content as you can watch any media files available on your device. At the same time, you can also take advantage of the subtitle files that you have prepared in advance to understand the video content being played. The app also provides a link where you can find the subtitle you want.
LINKS WITH VARIOUS DEVICES
After you know the two main features that Web Video Cast can do, then you should know about the devices it supports. The first factor that we should not ignore like Chromecast and DLNA. Some of the other devices you can link to include Roku TV, Amazon TV, and many other smart TVs. At the same time, you also need to understand the connection method of some devices like DLNA that requires two devices to connect to one wifi network, or you will have to add a Chromecast device to your TV.
CAN VIEW MANY DIFFERENT FILE TYPES
One point that users will notice when using Web Video Cast is the files they can view. Specifically, you can comfortably watch TV programs, MP4 videos, and IPTV formats. In addition, there will undoubtedly be not only video files in the local file but also images and audio files. So you can choose to listen to your favorite songs or show others your beautiful pictures. It offers entertainment features where you can select your own content proactively.
WATCH THE VIDEO WITHOUT ANY ADS
Similar to movie-watching apps, you certainly won’t want to be bothered by elements like ads. When playing this content on TV, you must know that the control is with your Android device. So you can manually rewind, pause, and more while watching. You certainly do not want your video to be stopped because of any ad, and the ad removal feature will appear in the premium version.
SEARCH FOR FILES TO STREAM FROM HISTORY
Another outstanding feature related to the premium version is the history feature, and you can find the files you have viewed in the history section quickly. This feature is often found in movie-watching applications, and it does its job well. At the same time, the application also supports the bookmark feature, and these two features will support each other for you to conveniently play good content more quickly with just a few touches.
SUPPORTED STREAMING DEVICES AND FILE TYPE
Chromecast, Roku, DLNA receivers, Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, Smart TVs: LG Netcast and WebOS, Samsung, Sony, and others, PlayStation 4 – by using its web browser. Most web browsers by visiting http://cast2tv.app (PS4, Smart TVs, other consoles and set top boxes). And more.
HLS live streams in M3U8 format, where supported by your streaming device, Movies and TV shows, MP4 videos, Live news and sports, Any HTML5 videos, IPTV (M3U8, W3U, RSS), Photos, Audio files including music.
HOW TO WORK?
- Find the movie, music, or picture you wish to cast to your television by searching the web or using the local file explorer.
- If the video or audio is hosted on a website, attempt to embed the video or audio inside the web page itself. If it is a picture, you may cast it by holding down the long-press key on your keyboard.
- Connect to your streaming device in order to cast video, audio, or a photo from your computer.