TOMORROWLAND – RELIVE PLATFORM – TEST VIDEO
If this video works on your tv or projector, you're all set for the digital festival weekend!
See below for information on HDMI, Chromecast, AirPlay and audio.
Using an HDMI Cable
The best way to mirror your PC onto your TV is by use of an HDMI cable.
- Plug one end into the HDMI port at the back of your TV and the other into the HDMI port
on your laptop (if yours doesn’t have one, add a separate HDMI adapter).
- Switch the TV to the necessary correct input.
- The only catch... is that you’ll need an HDMI cable, but if you don’t, chances are that
one of your friends has one lying around the house somewhere. It’s also available in
every multimedia store.
- Some new Macbooks and Microsoft Surface laptops have a Mini DisplayPort, instead. If you
have an HDMI cable, find a ‘Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter’or a ‘Mini DisplayPort to
HDMI cable’ to make the connection.
Another easy way to get your computers’ display onto a TV, this time without even having to
- Open Around the World in your browser and right-click on the settings of the open tab to
- Connect to the device you want to cast the livestream to, and you’re done!
- The only catch here is that you’ll need a strong and reliable Wi-Fi signal. Try a
speedtest to make sure your connection is
enough, and make sure your festival set-up isn’t too far away from your router.
- Though the video stream might be more reliable via cable, it sure is the easiest way to
do wireless mirroring
Are you a fully trained Apple user? Then AirPlay Mirroring might be the right set-up for you.
- Make sure you have an Apple TV box hooked up to your television station, allowing you to
use Apple AirPlay to wirelessly mirror the livestream from yourApple device.
- There is no catch, as long as you have Apple-only devices on hand.
Audio & calibration
- If your home audio system is already linked to your television or projector, then the
audio should also connect automatically during this festival experience.
- Bluetooth speakers sometimes cause a delay in sound, making audio and video out of sync. Do a test well in advance or connect with a cable
- You may want to calibrate your screen to optimal settings with this guideline video: