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Screen Mirroring with Audio from Mac to Chromecast now available from AirBeamTV

Naarden, The Netherlands, Friday April 14th, 2017 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – AirBeamTV, a Mac software development company, today announced the official release of the Mirror for Chromecast application on the Mac App Store and on their website. Screen Mirroring (sometimes called Screen Casting) allows you to see the screen of your Mac, or any external display connected to your Mac, on your TV. This makes it an ideal solution for watching videos on TV, or giving Powerpoint or Keynote presentations on a TV with a Chromecast connected to it.

The Mirror for Chromecast app works on Chromecast 1 and 2 and the new Chromecast Ultra. Because the connection between the Mac and the TV is based on Google Cast technology, the Mirror for Chromecast app also works on Smart TVs based on the Android TV operating system, such as the latest models from Sony and Philips.

“Google has sold an estimated 40 million Chromecast dongles so far”, explains Jan van Ottele, co-founder and CEO of AirBeamTV, “even though some popular websites like YouTube and Netflix have cast buttons to play on Chromecast, lots of popular content cannot be played on Chromecast. Now this changed: whatever you can play on your Mac, can also play on your Chromecast.”

Dr. Demid Borodin, co-founder and Director of Video Technology, adds: “It was a technically challenging task to enable mirroring on Google Cast devices. However, our users have asked for it, and we managed to do it! I am very happy with the result, and with the fact that we keep adding new popular devices to our product line.”

Mirror for Chromecast is the latest in a family of popular screen mirroring apps from AirBeamTV. The first product, Mirror for Samsung TV, quickly raised to the top paid video apps on the Mac App Store in USA and other countries, and consistently stays within top 10 up to now.

Mirror for Chromecast is available on the Mac App Store for $9.99 and can be downloaded from: http://bit.ly/ChromecastMAS

AirBeamTV also sells the application directly from their website: http://bit.ly/BuyMirrorChromecast

Users who would like to test Mirror for Chromecast can download a free trial version here: http://bit.ly/TryChromecast

 

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AirBeamTV was founded in 2014 to develop applications for wireless screen mirroring to Smart TVs. It is based in Naarden, The Netherlands. Earlier in 2016, the Company released the Mirror for Samsung TV, LG TV, Panasonic TV, Philips TV and Sony TV macOS applications. For more information, please visit https://www.airbeam.tv

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3 tips for a better screen mirroring experience


Screen Mirroring from your Mac to your Smart TV is quite a heavy job for your home network. Lots of data is being sent from your Mac to your TV and it needs to be there on time. So, this is what you can do to increase the performance of your home network:

I. Restart your router occasionally

Restart your router. Just take out the power plug, wait 10 seconds and put it back in. This resets your router and will make your home network faster and more stable. Why this works? Routers are in essence little computers, with software. From time to time, Software has small memory leaks and some processes will eventually stop working correctly over time. That’s why it’s always a good idea to reset your router once in a while. Our recommendation: once a week.

II. 2.4Ghz and/or 5Ghz Wifi Networking

Put your Mac and your TV on the same router channel. Some dual band routers have both a 2.4Ghz and a 5Ghz wireless network. For the best performance, put your Mac and your TV on the same network. Preferably the 5Ghz network. Make sure you don’t put the Mac on the 5Ghz network and the TV on 2.4Ghz, because this will negatively impact the performance of screen mirroring.

III. Use an AC or N router

Use an AC or N router. Newer routers support Wi-Fi AC and N. Older routers might only have Wifi B and/or G. B and G aren’t really up to scratch anymore for modern networking tasks, so go for an AC or N router. If your router supports AC and N, also make sure that your router is set to use either the Wi-Fi N or Wi-Fi AC networking.

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Technical settings for the Mirror App


I. Introduction

Screen mirroring between your Mac and your Smart TV relies on your local network. Both devices need to be connected to the same local network. When you are using different subnets or a guest network in your house or office, please make sure that both the TV and the Mac are directly on the main network that is created by your router.

This is what you should look for on your Mac and on your TV:

Your Mac has an IP address. This is the address that it gets from your router. Note that the first three sets of digits are 192.168.10.

Your TV  has an IP address as well. When the first three sets of digits are the same as on your Mac (screenshot 192.168.10), this means that the TV is on the same network and the same subnet as your Mac.

II. Firewall

For Screen Mirroring to work correctly, it is important that your TV can reach your Mac to get the mirroring video stream. The easiest solution is to disable the Firewall on your Mac . If you do want to have the firewall enabled on your Mac, please make sure that you allow incoming connections to the Mirror for Smart TV app.

III. Don’t put your TV in Screen Mirroring mode.

The “Screen Mirroring” (as a source on TV), interferes with our app.  Please leave the TV in “TV Watching” mode (as the selected source) or any HDMI IN as a source

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AirBeamTV now supports screen mirroring for Philips TVs

Naarden, The Netherlands, Thursday December 2nd, 2016 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – AirBeamTV, a Mac software development company, today announced the official release of the Mirror for Philips TV application in the Mac App Store. This unique application provides the only way to mirror you Mac screen to your Philips Smart TV without cables or additional hardware.

Wireless mirroring used to be only available to Mac users with an AppleTV connected to their TV. Now, with the introduction of Mirror for Philips TV by AirBeamTV, it’s available to all Mac users, without the need of any cables or boxes.

Mirror for Philips TV is the latest in a family of popular screen mirroring apps from AirBeamTV. The first product, Mirror for Samsung TV, quickly raised to the top paid video apps on the Mac App Store in USA and other countries, and consistently stays within top 10 up to now.

“After we launched apps for Samsung, LG, Panasonic and Sony Smart TVs, we definitely wanted to do a version for Philips.” explains Jan van Ottele, managing director of AirBeamTV. “Because of the major differences between early (2012) Smart TVs from Philips and the latest Android TV OS based TVs from Philips, we had to overcome some technical barriers to deliver a product that works on every Philips Smart TV ever produced.”

Mirror for Philips TV is available on the Mac App Store for $9.99 and can be downloaded from: http://apple.co/2eNMpfr

Users who would like to test Mirror for Philips TV to see if their TV is supported and their local network is fast enough, can download a free 2-minute trial version here: http://bit.ly/2fkRwCm

 

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AirBeamTV was founded in 2014 to develop applications for wireless screen mirroring to Smart TVs. It is based in Naarden, The Netherlands. Earlier in 2016, the Company released the Mirror for Samsung TV, the Mirror for LG TV, the Mirror for Panasonic TV and the Mirror for Sony TV macOS applications. For more information, please visit http://www.airbeam.tv

 

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AirBeamTV launches wireless screen mirroring from Mac to Sony Bravia TVs

Naarden, The Netherlands, Thursday November 17th, 2016 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – AirBeamTV, a Mac software development company, today announced the official release of the Mirror for Sony TV application in the Mac App Store. This unique application provides the only way to mirror you Mac screen to your Sony Bravia Smart TV without cables or additional hardware.

Wireless mirroring used to be only available to Mac users with an AppleTV connected to their TV. Now, with the introduction of Mirror for Sony TV by AirBeamTV, it’s available to all Mac users, without the need of any cables or boxes.

Mirror for Sony TV is the latest in a family of popular screen mirroring apps from AirBeamTV. The first product, Mirror for Samsung TV, quickly raised to the top paid video apps on the Mac App Store in USA and other countries, and consistently stays within top 10 up to now.

“After we launched our screen mirroring apps for Samsung, LG and Panasonic, we had lots of people asking for a version for Sony TV”, says Jan van Ottele, co-founder and Managing Director. “However, the getting our screen mirroring technology to work correctly on all different versions of Sony Bravia Smart TVs proved to be quite difficult. Now we finally achieved this goal!”

Demid Borodin, co-founder and Directory of Technology explains further: “We support Sony TVs from 2012 onwards. This means that we support the early Smart TV models, as well as the latest Android based Sony Bravia Smart TVs. The video playback technology in Sony TVs has changed a lot over the years, but our Mirror for Sony TV app is capable of handling all the different model years.”

Mirror for Sony TV is available on the Mac App Store for $9.99 and can be downloaded from: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/screen-mirroring-for-sony-tv/id1173947380?mt=12

Users who would like to test Mirror for Sony TV to see if their TV is supported and their local network is fast enough, can download a free 2-minute trial version here: http://bit.ly/2fUQMCP

 

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AirBeamTV was founded in 2014 to develop applications for wireless screen mirroring to Smart TVs. It is based in Naarden, The Netherlands. Earlier in 2016, the Company released the Mirror for Samsung TV, the Mirror for LG TV and the Mirror for Panasonic TV macOS applications. For more information, please visit http://www.airbeam.tv

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AirBeamTV launches wireless Mac screen mirroring to LG TVs

Bussum, The Netherlands, Friday September 16th, 2016 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – AirBeamTV, a Mac software development company, today announced the official release of the Mirror for LG TV application in the Mac App Store. This unique application provides the only way to mirror you mac screen to your LG TV without cables or additional hardware.

Wireless mirroring used to be only available to Mac users with an AppleTV connected to their TV. Now, with the introduction of Mirror for LG TV by AirBeamTV, it’s available to all Mac users, without the need of any cables or boxes.

Mirror for LG TV is the latest in a family of popular screen mirroring apps from AirBeamTV.

“We were very much encouraged by the success of our earlier mirroring apps for Samsung and Panasonic TVs”, explains Demid Borodin, co-founder and Director of Technology. “Achieving the same result on LG TVs was technically challenging. But we can now stream both screen and audio to the TV. An achievement we are quite proud of!”

“This is ideal for watching movies on a big TV screen instead of on your laptop”, claims Jan van Ottele, co-founder and Managing Director. “On start-up the app automatically detects your TV. Just select it from the list to start mirroring.”

The company is currently working on support for additional TV brands as well as.

Mirror for LG TV is available on the Mac App Store for $9.99 and can be downloaded from: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mirror-for-lg-tv/id1152966194?ls=1&mt=12

Users who would like to test Mirror for LG TV to see if their TV is supported and their local network is fast enough, can download a free 2-minute trial version here: http://bit.ly/2cT6MmZ

A video of the application in action is on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTBjyfbP-PY

 

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AirBeamTV was founded in 2014 to develop applications for wireless screen mirroring to Smart TVs. It is based in Bussum, The Netherlands. Earlier in 2016, the Company released the Mirror for Samsung TV and the Mirror for Panasonic TV Mac OS X applications. For more information, please visit http://www.airbeam.tv

 

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