How To Stream Us?
COMPUTER, TABLET & SMARTPHONE
If you do not have a streaming device or smart TV, you can always binge watch our content from your smartphone, tablet or computer directly through our website at www.femflix.com. You just need to ensure you are connected to a high-speed internet connection or via wifi. To get a full screen video experience, simply hit the two arrows on the bottom right corner of the video. No app download required! EASY!
CHROMECAST & AIRPLAY
Click the Google Cast icon to the right of the address bar and select your Chromecast from the list. Your tab should now appear on your TV. If you do not have the extension to add the Chromecast icon to your computer, you can download it. Click here for further details on streaming via Chromecast.
While watching a video on your computer, iPhone or iPad while in Safari, simply click the AirPlay icon on the top, right hand side of the video. Click here for further details on streaming via AirPlay.
SCREEN MIRRORING (SMART TVs & OTHER DEVICES)
Screen mirroring allows you to replicate (or “mirror”) the screen of your Android, iPhone or Windows phone or tablet wirelessly onto your TV screen, letting you share (or “cast”) web pages, videos, photos, music, to your streaming device, such as Amazon Firestick, Roku, SmartTVs, etc. Download an app to screen to your television.
Here are other tips on screen mirroring.
You may "mirror cast" from your phone, computer or tablet to your SmartTV. Check out this video tutorial:
Most Samsung smartphones include a Screen Mirroring or Smart View feature which enables screen mirroring with Samsung Smart TVs and other smart devices. You may be able to connect your non-Samsung smart device to a Samsung TV but this will depend on the manufacturer of the non-Samsung device and the age and model of your Samsung TV. Here are the directions for viewing Femflix on your SmartTV.
Download this Vizio app for iPad/iPhone OR for Android/GooglePlay; Connect your device (iPad/iPhone) to the same WiFi network on your Vizio; Open the Vizio app and sync it with your tv (red button); Open the Chrome browser on your device (If you don't have it, download it here for iOS OR here for Android/GooglePlay); Visit www.femflix.com; Sign in; Click a movie to watch; At the bottom right of the video player click the little TV looking icon ; Click Play on TV.
ANDROID SMARTPHONE or TABLET to TV
You can push video from most Android devices to an HDTV or 4K set through Mobile High-Definition Link, or MHL. To check that your TV can accept the feed, first look for an MHL logo above one of the HDMI ports on the back of your TV set.
In most cases, if you have an HDTV with MHL built in, all you need is a micro USB-to-HDMI cable that plugs into the port on your mobile device and into the MHL-enabled HDMI input on the TV. Many newer Android phones use the reversible USB Type-C port, but similar cables are available for those phones. Take note, however, that some Samsung Galaxy devices, just to be different, require a special cable to connect to an MHL TV.
The MHL Consortium publishes a partial list of MHL-supported devices on its website (http://www.mhltech.org/devices.aspx). If you don't see your mobile device listed, check with the manufacturer. The latest version of MHL, movie buffs will be happy to note, supports 4K video, which new phones from the likes of LG also support.
HDMI ports on older TVs don't support MHL, so you'll need an MHL-to-HDMI adapter to supply the power. You may need to plug your device's charger into the adapter to provide extra power (the phone's screen usually has to stay on during playback).
Select Google Nexus and LG G-series phones and tablets make use of a competing technology called SlimPort, as do all Amazon Fire devices. The benefit is that SlimPort doesn't require additional power. To hook up a SlimPort system to a TV, simply purchase a SlimPort-to-HDMI adapter. Then, attach the SlimPort cable to your phone and the HDMI end to your TV, just as you would with an MHL device.
Special note: MHL and SlimPort adapters are not cross-compatible, so be sure to get the proper adapter for your specific device.
A more convenient option for those with SlimPort gadgets is the SlimPort Nano-Console: a small and simple box that essentially turns your SlimPort device into a TV-ready streaming device or Android gaming console. The Analogix SlimPort Nano-Console, for example, comes with cables for a variety of devices, but it's more expensive than a straightforward cable.
iPHONE, iPAD or iPOD TOUCH to TV
Apple sells a Lightning digital AV adapter that accomplishes the same thing as the Android cables. (A 30-pin version of the adapter is also available if you have an older iOS device.) This is essentially an HDMI adapter for your iOS device: On one end, there's a Lightning plug (or 30-pin adapter for older devices), and on the other end is an HDMI port. Use any HDMI cable to go from the adapter to your TV's HDMI port.
The Lightning adapters can handle 1080p video, and they work with all iPhones, iPads and iPod touches that have the Lightning port. The 30-pin digital AV adapter requires an iPhone 4, iPad 2 second generation or iPod touch fourth generation or later.
HDMI CABLE (DIY)
If you do not have a streaming device or smart TV and YOU WOULD like to watch Femflix on your television, here's how!
Source: Tom's Guide
Connect to a PC or a Mac to TV:
Which cable you'll use to connect a PC or Mac to a larger display will depend on the display output on your computer. Many newer PCs and Macs have an HDMI port, so a regular HDMI cable might do the trick. Svelte laptops sometimes have a smaller HDMI port, called mini HDMI, or an even smaller jack, known as micro HDMI. But no matter which cable you need, expect to pay about $10 for a 6-foot cable.
In other cases, you'll need an adapter. However, this won't bring audio to your TV. You'll have to either listen through your PC's speakers (or headphones) or run a cable from the headphone jack on the PC to an audio input on the TV (if it has one).
For some Macs, a Mini DisplayPort/Thunderbolt to HDMI adapter, will do the trick. Macs built after late 2009 can use the HDMI cable for both audio and video. For audio, older Macs will need to use the computer speakers, the headphones or a separate cable from the headphone jack to the TV.
If your computer has only a blue, analog VGA port, hooking the machine up to your TV requires a bunch of hardware, making the process more trouble than it's worth. But if your computer is that old, it's maybe time to upgrade!
Several video game consoles allow you to view movies online in addition to playing video games. All you need to do is make sure your video game system is connected to the Internet through your home network. Through Playstation, Xbox and Nintendo game systems, access the web like you normally would. Type in "www.femflix.com" in your web browser and sign in and watch content just as you would on your computer. It will display on the TV connected to the gaming system.