How to Stream Video in an RV or Boat - Tips for YouTube Netflix Hulu over Mobile Internet
RVers and Cruisers are explorers & travelers but many of us also enjoy streaming a good TV show or movie at the end of the day. Or heck, during the pandemic we're all streaming more than ever.
In this video we share some tips for successfully streaming Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, HBO, Disney, YouTube and more over typical mobile internet sources like campground/marina WiFi or cellular data (AT&T, Verizon, TMobile).
From using on device data for screen mirroring, downloading content in advance to seeking out truly unlimited cellular data plans you too can Netflix and Chill from the road or water.
0:00 Intro 1:28 How Much Data Does Video Use? 3:05 What are the Minimum Speeds to Stream Video? 4:07 Using Campground/Marina WiFi 5:22 Cellular Data for Video Streaming 6:55 Using HDMI Screen Casting 8:30 Air Play, Chromecast & Miracast 9:45 Data Plan Video Caps 10:15 Mobile Friendly Service Streaming Features 11:16 Downloading Content in Advance 12:10 Live TV Streaming & Geolocks 12:57 Alternatives Discs, Satellite TV & OTA
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