Written by Kaylee Wood | Last update: April 28, 2020
Want to enjoy the expanded fun by connecting Mac to TV? Tired of handling the cables and ports stuff? Well, in this case, you may try to connect Mac to TV wirelessly. But how to connect Mac to TV without any cables? Here 5KPlayer from DearMob provides a universal solution for all kinds of audio and video media streaming. With 5KPlayer running on Mac (El Capitan/Mavericks/Yosemite) and macOS High Sierra, you can play videos, movies and music from Mac to HDTV, wirelessly!
You will need DearMob 5KPlayer, the first-rate video streaming software, to connect Mac OS X and macOS Sierra to TV, including MacBook Air, Macbook Pro, iMac 4K 5K , or Mini. You can enjoy rich contents provided by Mac on the larger screen for better viewing experience.
Step 3: Add the films and videos you want to stream from Mac to Apple TV and it will automatically airplay to the Apple TV you connect.
Note: Before you send video and audio content from Mac over AirPlay after you connect Mac to TV, make sure the movies, videos, music etc are in formats supported by AirPlay (videos in MP4, M4V, MOV and music in MP3, M4A and AAC), if not, you may need a proper DVD video converter software for Mac OS or Windows PC to convert them first.
In addition to connect Mac to Apple TV, as the best AirPlayer sender and receiver, 5KPlayer from DearMob also companies the ability to accept AirPlay feeds from iPhone iPad, which means that users can take advantage of the better audio and visuals of Mac and PC by turning the computer into an AirPlay receiver. Also note that 5KPlayer provides the most comprehensive solution about media playback, with which you can play any videos in all kinds of formats and download online videos from more than 300 video sites for smooth experience.
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