Cast Local Files On Google Chrome -Chrome cast is one of the best ways to cast all your media files like Photos, Music, Videos and Web pages on any Chromecast enabled devices, Smart TVs, Android TVs without HDMI or any kind of cable.
Google is improving this casting feature over the years. However, casting of videos requires certain kind of encoding so all videos may not be supported to cast in any Chromecast enabled device from Chrome desktop or mobile browser.
One of the major feature missing in Google Chrome casting is ability cast local files. Previously there are a number of paid extension to cast local files like videostream.
Finally, Google started rolling out local file cast feature in Chrome beta version. Currently, this beta version is not available for everyone. It’s small roll out so only a limited number of users will see this local file casting feature.
If you are one of the luckiest people you can see the local file cast feature in Chrome by following steps.
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How To Cast Local Files On Google Chrome (Chrome Casting)
1. Click On Cast Option Or Click On Cast Button.
2. Now Click On Down Arrow Next To “Cast To” And “Cast File” From “Select Source” Drop Down Menu.
3. Now Select Any Media File From Local Storage To Cast.
How To Enabled Local File Casting Feature In Google Chrome Beta
If you are not received this beta update you can always force the experiment by adding commands. Follow below steps to enable local file cast in Chrome browser.
1. Right Click On Chrome Icon
2. Now Choose Properties
3. At The End Of The Command Add Below Lines
–enable-features=EnableCastLocalMedia switch enabled.
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4. Now Restart The Browser And You Will See Local File Cast Option.
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