How to Stream our Tour on TV

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Most people who purchase general viewing tickets will watch the tour on their computer screens. The video will be hosted via a private link that is only visible to ticket holders. There are several methods to get the video to play on a TV if you have a little bit of technical ability.

Step 1. Find the nearest 16-year-old and they'll have it set up in no time. If you don't have a teenager available, here are some alternatives. 

Smart TV.

Newer TVs have the YouTube app built in. You can “cast” the video from your laptop, phone, or computer by hitting the small YouTube icon that looks like a TV with 3 curved lines. Choose the name of the TV to which you want to stream video.

Streaming Device

Amazon Fire Stick, Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV all have the YouTube app built in and you can “cast” to these as well. 

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HDMI Cord

from your computer to your TV. This is the type of cord that comes with a cable box.

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Here are links to some really good tutorials on how to stream video to your TV.

https://www.wikihow.com/Watch-YouTube-on-TV

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BoWd4_uJIIc