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# 177627 9-Aug-2015 19:45
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Hi - Watched the Allblacks game last night on rugby.livesport.tv on my computer running windows 7. I have an Apple TV and would have prefered to watch it on my 50" tv but although I got it working on my iphone 4 I was unable to airplay to the tv. I could airplay video clips on that site but when it came to live streaming I got a message on screen saying something like "content denied" . I also have a Panasonic freeview recorder DMR-XW440 and tried streaming through its browser app but it was way too slow.   Is there another way to do this?
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  # 1361711 9-Aug-2015 20:18
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Easiest way is to plug a HDMI cable - if your PC has a HDMI output.

Streaming to Apple TV is possible with some software such as Air Parrot but expect high latency and not great performance for sports viewing.





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  # 1361746 9-Aug-2015 21:18
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Now why didn't I think of that! Have just checked and I do have hdmi out so will sort something out for the next game.
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  # 1363465 12-Aug-2015 09:47
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Out of interest, how was the service? Are you using a geo-unblocker? (I have UnoTelly). Would you recommend as a viable solution for watching the World Cup?

I have a little Windows 8.1 TV box (a Minix Neo Z64) which is attached to my TV via HDMI cable, so I would be able to stream direct to the big screen via this.




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  # 1363469 12-Aug-2015 09:55
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Raspberry Pi 2 and Kodi - total cost around $60. Add a remote and sensor for $15 from ebay.

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  # 1365852 13-Aug-2015 19:44
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Hi Littleheaven  - I was quite happy with the quality of the rugby stream on my 23' computer monitor although definitely not HD. Might be a different story when connected to my 50" tv for this weekends game. Streamed using dns4me and only stopped once for about 3 seconds during the entire game  

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  # 1366089 14-Aug-2015 09:24
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Cool, thanks for the info. I might check it out if the ITV stream doesn't cut it during the World Cup. I tried the mirroring on their app via my AppleTV last night and it was acceptable, though not hi-def.




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  # 1366095 14-Aug-2015 09:29
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How is this with the Chromecast?

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