Is there any way to play content downloaded off a PC on an Xbox One?

#1green butterPosted 3/21/2014 10:49:07 PM
I want to watch stuff I have on my computer on my Xbox One.

Can I burn it to a flash drive and play it off the USB port on the Xbox? Is there a way to stream it over the LAN?
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#2aheroafakePosted 3/21/2014 11:13:09 PM
Not currently.
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#3Lawboy2Posted 3/21/2014 11:23:29 PM
Google chrome cast
#4LTJpunkPosted 3/21/2014 11:35:42 PM
I have been able to stream videos from my PC to my X-Box One the same way I did it on 360. I have Windows 8 on my PC and it's on the same wired network as my consoles.

I just right clicks the file and there's an option "Play To" and then if your console is on, it should be listed.
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#5green butter(Topic Creator)Posted 3/22/2014 7:24:17 AM
Lawboy2 posted...
Google chrome cast


I was hoping that I could just do it with the $500 system I just bought and not have to buy ANOTHER thing lol
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#6CapwnDPosted 3/22/2014 7:41:14 AM
LTJpunk posted...
I have been able to stream videos from my PC to my X-Box One the same way I did it on 360. I have Windows 8 on my PC and it's on the same wired network as my consoles.

I just right clicks the file and there's an option "Play To" and then if your console is on, it should be listed.


I believe that the files need to be in your windows Library, like in the Video or Music folder. I could be wrong. I've been streaming for years and only just discovered the "play to" thing!
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#7LTJpunkPosted 3/27/2014 1:30:08 AM
CapwnD posted...
LTJpunk posted...
I have been able to stream videos from my PC to my X-Box One the same way I did it on 360. I have Windows 8 on my PC and it's on the same wired network as my consoles.

I just right clicks the file and there's an option "Play To" and then if your console is on, it should be listed.


I believe that the files need to be in your windows Library, like in the Video or Music folder. I could be wrong. I've been streaming for years and only just discovered the "play to" thing!


Mine aren't.
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