Airflow can stream full 4K HDR HEVC files to Chromecast Ultra, Built-in, Apple TV 4K and AirPlay 2 enabled TVs. It will go out of its way not to touch the original video stream unless absolutely needed for compatibility reasons, ensuring the best possible video quality with the lowest CPU load (your computer fans will thank you). This is not yet another FFmpeg wrapper like you might have seen elsewhere. Airflow’s custom-built video processing pipeline goes way beyond wrapping FFmpeg and calling it a day. Airflow can handle pretty much any video format and codec you throw at it. And for those pesky videos that are incompatible with your device – Airflow will handle that transparently, with hardware-accelerated transcoding if your computer supports it.
- Airflow Video Streaming: Lifetime Subscription
If you own a 4K HDR TV and a Chromecast Ultra, or an Apple TV 4K, you can stream full 4K HDR HEVC files to them without any issues. All you need is the Airflow app. It works with both Windows, macOS devices. Airflow also supports built-in TVs, as well as AirPlay 2 enabled TVs. Simply download the app and connect your device to your TV. Once everything is set up, you can start streaming 4K HDR content from your device to the TV.
- Web browser
- macOS 10.13 or later
- Windows 7 or later
- Length of access: lifetime
- Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
- Access options: desktop
- Max number of devices: unlimited (single household)
- Version: 3.3.1
- Updates included