Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 9th Aug 2013 20:35 UTC

Early this morning on Google+, he showed off his latest project, which will allow any audio or video file to be casted to your TV using a CyanogenMod-powered device and the Chromecast dongle. In his demo above he shows it off using the Twit.TV app, but he explains that the process should be the same for any media you can play through any app.

This is exactly what I want out of the Chromecast.

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RE: "any" video/audio file?
by tsedlmeyer on Sat 10th Aug 2013 05:33 UTC in reply to ""any" video/audio file?"
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Chromecast support H.264 High Profile 4.1, 4.2 and 5. What is needed for Hi10P?

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RE[2]: "any" video/audio file?
by woegjiub on Sat 10th Aug 2013 12:43 in reply to "RE: "any" video/audio file?"
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Hi10P is 10-bit encoding. It results in smaller file sizes and better continuous regions of the same colour. It's pretty much exclusively used for anime.

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