Microsoft Teams is perfect for enhancing your team’s collaboration. Teams can be used for communicating with office or remote workers and it allows users to make video calls and send files instantly. And rather than using it on your phone or PC, if you want to have a better visual experience, you can cast Microsoft Teams to TV. Continue reading the article to find out the tools to use to enjoy Teams meetings on your TV.
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If you are looking for a reliable mirroring app, ApowerMirror should be the first on your list. Apart from its intuitive interface, this tool is packed with functions that will surely help you have a hassle-free meeting. To learn how to mirror Microsoft Teams to TV using ApowerMirror, follow the steps below.
Level up your Microsoft Teams meetings by learning how to stream your PC to TV using ApowerMirror.
If you are having a meeting with Microsoft Teams from your iPhone or Android device, you can follow the steps below to cast Microsoft Teams meeting to TV.
Another tool to add to your list is LetsView, an application that can mirror your phone in just a few taps but doesn’t limit your viewing experience. What’s also great with this is that it supports Miracast-ready TVs so you can mirror your phone or computer to a smart TV instantly. Meanwhile, read the simple steps below to get started with LetsView.
To stream Microsoft Teams to TV from PC with LetsView, follow the steps below.
This tool also allows you to cast Teams meetings on TV if you are using an Android or iOS device.
You don’t need to limit your use of Microsoft Teams to just your computer or mobile phone. By using the tools above, you can now cast Microsoft Teams to TV and enjoy a bigger screen viewing. Both tools are free yet powerful, just give them a try and choose the one that you like most.
NewTek NDI® (Network Device Interface) technology is a modern solution for connecting media devices (such as a studio camera and mixer). Instead of using physical connections, NDI® technology enables connectivity over a local intranet, including on a local machine.
NDI® technology has become a standard industry solution for producing live content for streams and has gained significant awareness and adoption in the professional broadcast world.
Skype previously added NDI®-out functionality to Skype in late 2018. Microsoft Teams uses this functionality to improve the meeting experience.
NDI® technology is limited to a local network and should only be considered a part of the production workflow, not a broadcast solution.
NDI® technology requires two steps to be turned on for a user.
When a user joins a meeting, they'll see a message that notifies them that the meeting is being broadcast. If users don’t want to be included in the broadcast, they’ll need to drop from the meeting.
The following image shows the banner message that a user sees in a Teams meeting.
NDI® is activated per session only. On the next login, the user must activate it before using NDI®.
NDI® technology is supported in all locales. The following users are included in an NDI® technology stream, but not all users can access the NDI® technology stream:
1 Devices have an NDI® technology setting that is on by default. If a meeting participant is using a device with NDI® technology off, they'll need to turn on NDI® technology.