New VideoMeister macOS app plays any video on smart TV

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MeisterApps, a Dutch tech company, today announced the launch of VideoMeister, a new video player that makes it easier for Mac users to play video files on a Smart TV. 


Revolutionary Video Player For Mac:
From watching downloaded movies to wedding videos or even playing drone footage, VideoMeister enhances the entire experience of enjoying video files on Smart TVs. VideoMeister gives users the opportunity to enjoy any type of video on Connected TVs wirelessly. The Dutch tech company has ensured that the new video player app works on all Smart TV brands, including Samsung, Sony, LG, Hisense and many others.
Furthermore, VideoMeister also works on media streamers such as Roku, Amazon Fire TV and Chromecast.

Video Player That Plays All Formats:
The application supports all video codecs like H264, H265, VP8 and VP9 and all audio codecs such as AAC, AC3 and MP3. This allows users to enjoy all available video formats, including MP4, M4V, MOV, AVI and MKV, without using external hardware.

Developed To Solve Customer Problems:
According to Elard Tissot van Patot, Marketing Director for MeisterApps BV, VideoMeister was developed as an answer to the growing demand for watching videos on Smart TVs without hassle. “We have received many requests to provide a video player app for any Smart TV that could be used on MacOS devices. With VideoMeister, people can enjoy all types of video files on their Smart TV in record time. They don’t need to worry about compatibility issues or the use of external hardware such as HDMI cables ever again”.


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