How to access an online event on your tv
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Smart TV: Cast through Google Chrome
You'll need to use the Google Chrome browser to find your Quicket access link
. Click on your access link on your PC or device and click View Content. Note that this will use one of views available for your access code.Once you have the event stream up and running on your device, you can Cast the event to your TV. If your Smart TV is on and connected to the same WiFi network, you should see your TV appear as an available device to cast to.
Smart TV: Cast using AirPlay
If your using a Mac or other Apple device to find your Quicket access link
, you can then cast the stream to your smart TV using AirPlay. Click on your access link on your Mac and click View Content. Note that this will use one of views available for your access code.In the menu bar at the top of your Mac, you should see the AirPlay icon.If your Smart TV is on and connected to the same WiFi network, you should see your TV appear as an available device to AirPlay to.
Smart TV: Use your smart TV browser
If you have a Samsung smart TV, you can use the browser to access the event stream. Using the browser on your TV, you have a couple options to get into the event:1. Log into your Quicket account directly from your TV browser. Once logged into your account, go to My Tickets, and click 'Access online event' next to your ticket order. A list of tickets available for accessing the online event will appear; click 'Access online event now' next to the ticket you want to use. On the following page with your access code applied, click 'View content.'2. Enter the link for the online event directly into your TV browser. To do this, you will need get the link to the streaming page from your event reminder email. Your event reminder email should have the link you can enter listed directly in the email; all you need to do is type that into your TV browser then provide your access code to view the event.
Non-smart TV: Connect via HDMI cable
If you don't have a Smart TV but want to view the event on your TV, you will need an HDMI cable to connect your laptop to the TV. You can access the online event from your laptop (that will also appear on your TV if connected via HDMI cable) using these instructions
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