Warren Miller Entertainment and ADVENTURE+ join forces to bring Warren Miller's Future Retro to your devices!
Adventure+ is a growing streaming platform focused on delivering the best movies & video that inspire people. Featuring footage of skiing, snowboarding, rock climbing, mountain biking, sailing, surfing and more, Adventure+ is fast growing to be the adventure entertainment hub of the internet.
***All methods below require you to login to your ADVENTURE+ account at www.adventureplus.com. ***
Customers can use AirPlay to watch your videos on their TV by playing from your Mac, iPad, or iPhone.
To watch videos by using AirPlay:
-Make sure your Apple TV is set-up
-Make sure your Apple device is logged on to the same WiFi network as your Apple TV
-Open the video on your Apple device and click on the AirPlay icon.
-In the pop-up that appears, select the desired TV and the video will begin playing
How to view on Chromecast
You can use Chromecast to watch the event and free videos on your TV by casting from your laptop, tablet, or phone.
To watch videos by using Chromecast:
-Make sure Chromecast is set up on your TV
-Make sure your laptop or device is logged on to the same WiFi network as your TV
-Open the video on your laptop or device and click on the Chromecast icon.
-In the pop-up that appears, select the desired TV and cast.
Using a HDMI cable
If you do not have the option for Chromecast or Airplay, you can still watch the event & free videos on your TV by directly connecting your laptop to the TV with a HDMI cable.
To connect a laptop to a TV with an HDMI cable:
-Locate the HDMI port on the laptop and the HDMI Port on the TV
-Connect one end of the HDMI cable to the laptop
-Connect the other end of the HDMI cable to the TV
-Using your TV remote, switch the Input to HDMI
Using iOS/Apple TV and Android App
Download our app for iOS and Apple TV here.
Download our app for Android here.
Using a TV web browser
It is possible to use a TV browser to watch videos on most Uscreen sites, but there can be potential playback issues. For this reason, we do not recommend or guarantee that video playback will work in a TV browser.