Here’s a quick instructional how-to video on how to setup Kodi on a Windows PC. Kodi is software that lets you stream movies over the Internet. You have access to live streams and pay TV that you would normally have to pay a subscription to watch. Basically anything you find on a torrent site will be available to stream on Kodi.
For this video I am using the Paradox build of Kodi.
Just a quick update to show some recent progress on my home theater install. Not a lot to show other than some new flooring and a new bar. I do a quick recap of the home theater area for those that haven’t seen it in prior videos.
I somehow managed to score a free Chromecast, so I thought I would quickly set one up and see how it works.
If you’re interested in picking one of them up, check out these links:
United States Shoppers:
If you don’t know what a Chromecast is, it is basically a small device that plugs into the HDMI port of any TV and gives it functionality similar to a Smart TV. It allows you to stream things like Netflix, Youtube, etc. You can control it using your smartphone or tablet.
In this video I borrowed some footage from Dee and Dave, check out their channel here.
Now when you start up a movie on Mediabrowser, your flat screen display will automatically change to display the movie poster for the current movie, and will also show the approximate end time of the movie.