How to screencast from desktop PC to TV in another oom

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Maverick1, Jul 17, 2020.

  1. Maverick1

    Maverick1

    Are any traders screencasting their charts from their PC to a TV in other rooms?

    What are you guys using to do that?
     
  2. Use a Chromecast (built into some TVs) and use google chrome to cast a screen
     
  3. Maverick1

    Maverick1

    Is chromecast able to cast non-browser items, such as a charting software platform?
     
  4. Yeah, you can cast a whole screen.
     
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  5. wrbtrader

    wrbtrader

    Laptop with long HDMI. I can put my charts on any TV in the home. Also, some laptops have a "mirror" setting via the connected devices...it works too but with more grain in the charts.

    wrbtrader
     
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  6. DevBru

    DevBru

    Yes, however it will not be suitable for scalping since there will be a delay.
     
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  7. If all else fails it seems logical you could use a "splitter" to display the same on your computer as your TV... probably need an "HDMI splitter" and a cable from your (a) HDMI-capable video card, or if your video card doesn't have HDMI port, (b) plug HDMI-DP splitter into HDMI-DP adapter... which would plug into DP port on video card.