This guide is meant for users who have Airtame already set up in their environment. Learn to set up!
Streaming your computer screen takes two clicks and is the exact same process for Windows, MacOS, and Linux:
- Download and Install the Airtame app.
- Open the Airtame App.
- Click "START" for each device you'd like to mirror to or enter the device's IP address.
- Turn sound on by clicking the speaker icon that will appear beside the "START" button
🔊 Video Mode: Enabling Audio
To add sound to your stream, click on the speaker icon that will appear beside the "STOP" button. This will enable audio and increase the stream quality while adding a 1-second buffer to ensure fluent playback.
💡 Streaming Notification
Whenever you stream, you will see a small notification appear to the right of your computer screen. This is here to remind you that your screen is being shared and also to provide quick toggles for enabling audio streaming and stopping the stream.
The notification can be moved around the screen, dismissed by clicking on the little X in the top-right corner, or completely disabled from within the app settings.
I don't see where to open the app
- The app shows as a small icon in your "Menu Bar"/"Tray". Sometimes it can be in the "Extras" section represented by an upward arrow ˄. in this case, we recommend dragging the icon to the main "Menu Bar"
I see "We can't find any Airtames on your WiFi network"
- Your computer may be connected to the wrong wifi network.
- Your network may have "Client Isolation" or "NAT Mode" enabled which prevents communication between the Airtame and PC. This is most common on Guest networks
I am seeing "Couldn't Connect to Airtame"
- You are probably not connected to the WiFi where Airtame is available. Check the TV screen to see what WiFi you should be connected to.
- Ask your Airtame administrator to ensure the connection between computer and Airtame is still possible.
- Your Airtame may have been put on a guest network where the connection is not possible.