No remote islands or special survival skills like Tom Hanks has are required though! We are talking about the fun stuff – we promise :). We are releasing1.0, our new app for easy streaming of your local files from Mac to a large TV screen. It’ll also offer to mirroring of Mac display on other devices on the same Wi-Fi network – a great way to do a presentation or show an important how to instruction to a larger audience.
So what did we add to the first release of this extra handy app?
Of course, we tried to make it as easy to use as it can get, the app is intuitive, you’ll know what to do the moment you download and open it. We also made sure it supports a large variety of devices: Chromecast, Apple TV, smart TV, like Roku, Samsung, and other DLNA-certified devices.
JustStream works with pretty much any file type including the widespread AVI, MP4, FLV, MKV, 3GP, MKV, MOV, AVI, WMV, MP3, WAV. And here’s something cool! If the device you are streaming your content to doesn’t support the file format, JustStream has the capability of transcoding the file while streaming into a supported one.
The app allows creating playlists that you can stream non-stop. This comes in handy when you want multiple shorter videos to be displayed on a large screen without having to constantly initiate the process.
Subtitles and audio tracks are supported no matter whether they are loaded from an external file or embedded into the video. And if you are streaming to Chromecast or Chromecast Ultra there is a possibility to change subtitle font, size, and color.
With JustStream you can also mirror your Mac display on a large TV screen. Whether you have videos, audio files, presentations or interactive software apps – JustStream will mirror them for a larger audience to see, with the possibility to capture mouse clicks and cursor movements.
Free JustStream offers 40 minutes of uninterrupted streaming and mirroring. You can get JustStream PRO for $19.95, which offers unlimited streaming and mirroring as well as free lifetime upgrades.
of JustStream and let us know what you think!