VLC is one of the most useful video players on Windows & Android not only for its quality but it also provides lots of features.One of the most useful features among them is Stream VLC video directly on your Chromecast.
Stream VLC On Your Chromecast
VLC’s developers have been working on Chromecast support for some time, and it’s finally here.The latest beta (Nightly builds) update of VLC provides streaming the features along with performance improvement.
Note:-this feature is unstable. Some people report it works perfectly for them, while others report it doesn’t and has problems with certain types of media files. Your experience may vary, but this feature is definitely in the early stages. Even so, it’s worth trying to see if it works for you–and it should only get better over time.
This feature is currently only available in the latest unstable “nightly” builds of VLC 3.0. At the time this article was written, the latest stable version of VLC was VLC 2.2.4.At the moment, this feature is also only available in the Windows builds of VLC. You can’t use the Mac, Linux, or Android versions of VLC for this. You’ll need a Windows PC for now.
Download Nightly Builds
To get started, download and install the latest nightly build of VLC for 64-bit Windows or VLC for 32-bit Windows, depending on whether your Windows operating system is 64-bit or 32-bit. Download the .exe file from the pages linked here and run it to install that version of VLC.