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In the past, I have downloaded the videos from Farsight to my Vimeo account to stream to my TV using my Roku box. I also use Roku to stream YouTube videos to my TV. The new FarsightPremium site does not have native streaming to Roku. It does not allow transferring the videos to my Vimeo account for streaming either. I have tried to use RCast & IWeb browsing streamers. They send the video but not the audio to Roku. I can’t be the only person frustrated by this. I want to stream these videos to my TV for a better viewing experience.
Thanks for asking about this. We hope to upgrade our service later in the summer months. Currently, you can use Chromecast from your computer or phone to cast to your TV.
Or your playstation to watch on tv, thats how i do that(but you have to have one, i know)
It's summer, how goes progress on this? I'm still trying to figure out how to cast prime to the roku.
Our apps for iPhone and Android are in their final stage of development. Then you will be able to use your iPhone or Android phones to cast to your TV.
I have the app on my phone but still can’t cast to my Roku or Firestick from my iPhone. All I see is my roommate’s Chromecast. It would be really great if there was support for Roku and Firestick.
If you have a smart tv you can access farsightprime with the tv's internet app/connection. Then just maximize the screen so it looks like normal tv :)
That's how I do it on my Firestick but it still is more difficult than it should have to be to get to try and make it work and isn't very convenient. Especially trying to pause and resume or fast forward or rewind or changing the video quality or making it full screen are all kind of a pain. I can't imagine trying to explain that to someone who isn't very tech savvy.