Introduction

This page explains the steps for connecting to an AirMedia wireless presentation device in a conference room, or on a mobile AV cart.

A Crestron AirMedia device allows you to share audio and video from your computer to a screen without plugging in any cables.


How to Connect to an AirMedia on a Mac

StepWhat to DoWhat It Looks Like
1Use the remote control to turn on the TV.


2Take note of the IP address and Code listed on the Crestron information screen.

3

Run the AirMedia application.

If a warning window appears, click OK.

Don't have AirMedia installed?

To download and install AirMedia, see How to Download the AirMedia Application.

AirMedia application icon.

4Enter the AirMedia's IP address into the search field, then click Connect.

5

Click on the AirPlay menu in the system bar, and select the AirMedia unit you're connecting to.

Tip: The name of the AirMedia unit is listed in the upper left corner of the Creston screen showing on the TV.

A list of AirPlay devices in macOS.

6When prompted, enter the code that you noted earlier.

AirPlay code entry field.

7If you want to use the TV as a separate (non-mirrored) display, click on the AirPlay menu, and select Use As Separate Display.

8When you're done presenting, click on the AirPlay menu again, and select Turn AirPlay Off.


How to Connect to an AirMedia on a Windows PC

StepWhat to DoWhat It Looks Like
1Turn on the TV.
2Take note of the IP address and Code listed on the Crestron information screen.

3

Run the AirMedia application.

If a warning window appears, click OK.

Don't have AirMedia installed?

To download and install AirMedia, see How to Download the AirMedia Application.

4Enter the AirMedia's IP address into the search field, then click Connect.

5When prompted, enter the code that you noted earlier.

6If you want to use the TV as a separate (non-mirrored) display, click on the Primary menu, and select Extended.

7

When you're done presenting, click on the Stop icon.

You can close the AirMedia application.



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