Only a very few media players work out of the box, and DivX is one among them. It works as a video player, converter, and media server. With DivX, users can create and play videos in different file formats. This includes AVI, HEVC, MKV, and 4K. It ensures users with a high-quality video playback experience. In addition to playing videos, it supports casting them as well. You shall get detailed guidelines on how to Chromecast DivX player from the section below.
DivX Plans & Pricing
DivX is available for free with limited features. If you prefer an ad-free experience with additional features, then get the DivX Pro version. It costs $4.50.
Procedure to Chromecast DivX Player: Windows and Mac
(1). Run DivX player on your desktop or laptop. You can download the software on your Windows or Mac from the DivX website.
(2). Navigate on the control bar at the bottom of its home screen to select Settings.
(3). On the DivX Media Server dialog box, scroll to the bottom to tap on the slider next to Sharing to turn it On.
(4). If Windows Security Alert appears, click on Allow access button.
(5). When redirected to the main screen of DivX, select the Cast icon to click on the Cast option.
(6). Click Stream To option and choose the video you want to cast from the File manager.
(7). On the next screen, you should highlight the Chromecast TV name and click on the Select button.
(8). When directed to the DivX media server on Chrome browser, select the Cast icon available next to the video player icon.
(9). Choose the Chromecast device once again. Select the Cast tab option.
(10). When the connection establishes between Chromecast TV and PC, the video will start playing on your TV.
Note: Upon casting, the DivX media player’s volume icon, cast icon, and seek bar will appear in Yellow color.
Related: How to Chromecast VLC Media Player to TV.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How do I cast DivX to Chromecast?
By enabling the Sharing toggle, you can cast videos from your DivX player to Chromecast.
2. Which video player can cast to TV?
Video Players like VLC, GOM can be cast to a TV using Chromecast.