If you do some techie things in your Mac or iPhone, you can stream iTunes on Chromecast even though iTunes files are not supported on Chromecast. With Chromecast, you can cast all types of videos files except iTunes video files. iTunes offers loads of content in music, video, apps, TV shows, and films. iTunes files can be streamed only on the Apple ecosystem as the files have DRM protection. In addition to the protection, the video format of iTunes is M4V, and the format is not supported on Chromecast. To remove the protection, lots of applications are available in the market. Follow the below steps to stream the iTunes library on your smart TV.
It can be done in two ways.
- Using Movies Anywhere in iOS smartphones.
- Using NoteBurner in Mac-books
Related: How to Stream YouTube TV on Chromecast?
Cast iTunes on Chromecast using Movies Anywhere:
#1: Install Movies Anywhere app on your iOS device.
#2: Launch the app. Create a user account and select I agree to accept the terms and conditions.
#3: Click the More icon and choose Manage Retailers. Press the iTunes Connect button.
#4: Click Connect Account and choose Agree. Enter your Apple ID Password and tap Sign In.
#5: Now, back to the Manage Retailer and choose Google Play Account. Choose your Google account and tap Allow to give access to your Google Play Account.
#6: Now, install Google Play Movies & TV in Apple App Store.
#7: Launch Google Pay Movies & TV app. Click Cast icon and choose the Chromecast connected TV.
#8: Select and play videos you want to cast. It will be streamed on your smart TV.
Cast iTunes on Chromecast using NoteBurner:
With NoteBurner, you can stream any iTunes content in your smart TV. It is one of the popular apps to convert iTunes files so that you can stream them on Chromecast connected TVs.
#1: Install the NoteBurner M4V Converter Plus app on your Mac device by clicking this link.
#2: After the successful installation, launch the app.
#3: Click Add Movies. Select the desired files in the iTunes Library and click OK.
#4: Now, click Format which in the bottom of the window. Tap More… and choose Lossless MP4.
#5: Click Convert in the bottom of the window.
#6: Wait for the files to be converted. After the files are converted, open Chrome browser on your iOS device.
#7: Click the three-dotted icons in the top right corner of the window.
#8: Choose Cast option located next to the Print option.
#9: Select the Chromecast connected TV on the list of devices displayed.
#10: After the browser is cast, drag and drop the file you want to stream in your Chromecast connected TV.
Now you can stream iTunes on any Chromecast connected TV without any fuss. Install NoteBurner app and stream your favourite iTunes content. If you have queries or doubts, leave that in the comments section. You can also catch us on our social media pages, Facebook and Twitter.
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