If you’ve ever been frustrated with your broadband speed or your video quality, there’s good news.
According to XSplit, you can stream your video to an HDMI-connected device with just a few clicks.
The new Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and the new Nvidia Shield TV all support the service.
The service is compatible with a wide variety of HDMI-equipped devices.
Roku, Amazon, and Nvidia are offering the service to stream HDTV to your connected device.
In fact, you’ll be able to use XSplit on a TV to stream your own video.
The basic Roku app works with most devices and can be used to stream 1080p, 480p, and 720p video to a connected TV.
In addition to streaming video, XSplit also has an app for recording audio and video.
You’ll also be able stream audio from your PC to your TV, but you’ll need a PC-based video capture device.
All of the above is pretty standard for a streaming video service.
But XSplit offers a few unique features that might make your life easier.
First, the service will stream the video on a new device each time you use the service, so if you stream a movie to a PC, you don’t need to restart the Roku app to access it.
This means you won’t have to re-download any files on your PC.
Another unique feature is that you’ll not need to install an app to stream content.
This allows you to use the Roku remote, Chromecast, and/or your mobile device to stream videos and audio from the XSplit app.
You can also stream the content without using an HDMI connection, just by turning on the Xsplit TV app.
And if you want to watch TV on your laptop or desktop computer, you won the remote will automatically stream the Xspline content.
You’re not limited to just 1080p and 480p quality streams, though.
The streaming quality will be fine for your living room or theater setup.
XSplit says you can also use the app to record your favorite shows, and you can play the XSpline-controlled media player in the TV.
XSplines latest addition is the ability to stream a single XSplit-controlled video or music player.
The XSplina TV app can play XSplit content from multiple devices at the same time.
This lets you stream from your Xbox One, PS4, Roku, and more to your PC or tablet.
The app works across the entire family of devices, so it’s not a limited app.
Xsplines newest app update also brings a new feature that lets you customize the color of the TV screen.
The feature allows you access to your favorites and channels, as well as your favorites’ channels.
You have to be logged into XSplit and the X Spline TV app to use this feature, but it’s a nice addition.
You also have the ability for the app not to start when you start your TV.
This is helpful if you’re playing games on your home or office computer.
The latest XSplin TV app update is available for free now.