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Netflix's streaming library is a big name to conjure with in providing convenient movies and TV shows. But how to watch Netflix on TV, which comes with 50-inch or larger screen and can thus serve more people? What's the best solution on how to get Netflix on TV? Well this free Netflix streaming software named 5KPlayer brings the most efficient yet free solution to watch Netflix on TV.
Note that you will need an Apple TV connected to your HDTV first and make sure your computer and Apple TV are in the same network signal before you stream Netflix to TV.
Step 1: Free download 5KPlayer on your Mac (for windows users, just download the windows version).
Step 2: Launch 5KPlayer and click AirPlay tab on the upper right corner of the interface. To play Netflix on TV, click AirPlay tab and choose the Apple TV from the drop-down menu. Once the AirPlay is enabled the AirPlay tab will turn red.
Step 3: Open your Web browser and enter Netflix, log into your account. Choose one of the movies and TV shows you want to watch on TV and click Play. Then 5KPlayer will automatically stream film and videos from Mac to Apple TV.
5KPlayer provides a comprehensive video streaming solution. In addition to stream Netflix to TV from computer, this AirPlay server is also an expert in streaming media from iOS devices to Mac and PC, including various AirPlay-enabled apps, like Spotify and iTunes. But in fact, 5KPlayer can do much more than media streaming, including online video and music downloading and video playback!
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