Screen Mirroring Mac to Roku
Watch Your Mac on the Big Screen
You may already watch movies or videos from your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air. But why settle for the small screen? To mirror a Mac to Roku is possible with the “Mirror for Roku TV” app. Cast the screen of your laptop to your television set, cable-free.
For the highest quality viewing, AirBeamTV’s “Mirror for Roku TV” stands out as an advanced Screen Mirroring app to cast your Mac to Roku devices, including Streaming Players, Sticks and Smart TVs with Roku Operating System (OS). Simply download the app on your MacBook and “Start Mirroring”.
Mac & MacBook Mirror App Reviews
Looking to cast from Mac to Roku? You don’t need expensive hardware, like an Apple TV or AirPlay to watch series, sports and video on the big screen. Screen mirroring apps, like AirBeamTV’s “Mirror for Roku”, will display your MacBook apps and photos on your Roku wirelessly, no extra equipment needed.
Easy installation guide
For Roku Streaming Players & Tvs
From this point on, Mac users don’t need to own an Apple TV to cast anything on the big screen. With AirBeamTV’s app for Roku, you can watch anything from your computer on your television screen! Here is how it works:
How to Use the Mirroring App
Install the Mirror for Roku Streaming Channel
You can find it on your Roku in the section Personal Media, or add it online by clicking this link:
AirBeamTV’s channel on Roku
Screen Mirroring Mac to Roku TV
You can extend your MacBook from your desk to your TV with Roku, without the need for bulky cables or expensive hardware. Download the AirBeamTV Mac app for Roku TV on your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air. Start mirroring from your laptop. Your screen will instantly appear so you can mirror your Mac without Apple TV.
Mirror your Mac screen
Cast a Video From Mac to Roku TV
Why watch videos on your Mac screen when you can cast to your Roku TV? AirBeamTV instantly casts videos stored on your computer. Download the free trial app to get started.
Play a Video File
How Do I Submit Diagnostic Information?
Need help figuring out how to cast your laptop to Roku? If you need any further assistance on how to use the app, please contact us, either via Facebook Messenger or through the “Send AirBeamTV Log” option in the app. Our support staff is available 24/7 to help you. Please also have a look at our FAQ section.
You can find this option in the Settings (the icon in the bottom right of the app).
Submit diagnostic log / AirBeamTV Log
How Do I Get the Sound Working?
First, make sure that you have downloaded and installed the AirBeam Audio Driver.
Next, open the “Mirror Mac Screen” window for Roku. Make sure you have selected “Enable Sound on TV”. For a more detailed explanation, please consult the Easy Installation Guide on the Audio Driver section of our website.
Support and information
Can I Use the App for Any Roku Device or TV?
AirBeamTV supports all Roku Streaming Players, Roku Sticks and Smart TVs with the Roku Operating System (OS).
Roku Streaming Players and Sticks
- Roku Streaming Stick+
- Roku Ultra (2020)
- Roku Express 4K Plus
- Roku Express
- All other Roku models
Smart TVs with Roku
- Other supported brands with Roku OS
Can I Use the App for Gaming?
This app has a few seconds of latency, which means it isn’t suitable for gaming. For the best experience, use our app to cast movies, presentations, photo albums, and much more on your Roku.
Is My Network Fast Enough?
Screen Mirroring your Mac to Roku TV works best on faster networks. Here are some tips to enhance your experience:
- Restart the router to make your home network faster and more stable
- Avoid network intense applications during Screen Mirroring
- Put your Mac and your Roku on the same router and in the same room
Do iTunes Videos Play with the App?
Apple has HDCP DRM protection on iTunes movies. That means you can not stream from Mac to Roku from iTunes. Other streaming services like Netflix and Disney+ work with our TV cast app in combination with Chrome or FireFox browser instead of Safari. Learn more on How to cast Disney Plus to TV with our Mac Screen Mirroring apps.
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