DivX Mobile Video Part 2: Casting With Media Server

If you’ve used the DivX Mobile app (You haven’t?! Why not? It’s free and it’s available for Android and iOS. Go get it!), you know that it’s simple to use. Even though it’s easy to understand, we still wanted to make some tutorial videos to help people get the most out of the app.

We started with a basic how-to-use-the-app video … like a first date. Yes it was just scratching the surface, yes it was awkward at first, but it let us both see if we wanted to take this further.

Now it’s time for the second date. Gone are the formalities of simple playback and casting, and now we get into the good stuff. Now we’re talking about using the DivX Media Server (free in DivX Software) to watch a video from your computer on your phone and casting a video from your computer to your TV.

We’ll skip the trailers and jump right into our second date … um, I mean, our second tutorial video.


Intro Video (Part 1):

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DivX Mobile Tutorial Video

The Internet rumors about the new footage are true … there are a series of “movies” being created about the DivX Mobile App. Yes, Joss Whedon and J.J. Abrams dropped out (citing creative differences … and the budget of $0), but the first installment is here!

The first video simply shows how to use the app for basic functions such as casting video to your TV (the app casts to Smart TVs, Roku, Xbox, Chromecast, Apple TV, etc.). and playing a video on your phone (the app plays a wide variety of formats — more than your phone’s native player).

So while there are no big reveals or surprise cameos in this movie (apparently the rumor that Flash Gordon would show up was not true), it’s worth 90 seconds of your time. Plus, online sources report that episode two will be darker and include shocking revelations.

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