Livestreamed Lectures on your own device –
If you have a ticket for a course that is being livestreamed, GTLLI will send you an email a few days before the streaming period, explaining when and how to view the lecture.
By clicking on the internet address in that email in the allotted time period, you will immediately be directed to the location of the video and will see it on the computer,laptop, tablet, smart TV or phone on which you got the email.
Recorded Videos on your own device –
On whatever device or TV you use, you must eventually –
• get to www.gtlli.ca
• log in to your GTLLI account with your username and password
• the 2020 fall video program is not using video passes.
Instead, connection to the video will be made by clicking on a link on the website.
That link can be found under the Videos tab on the main menu.
Maximize your viewing pleasure by using the volume, screen size and quality controls on the video screen and your computer/tablet/phone/TV.
if they are not visible on the video, click on or touch the bottom of the video.
Directing Livestreamed or recorded video lectures to a TV
You can send video and audio from your computer, tablet or smartphone to your TV using one of the following methods –
i. Direct Cable
The easiest way is to use an HDMI cable from the computer/laptop to the TV’s HDMI input. Cables are available at places like Staples, The Source and Walmart or online through Amazon..
A wireless method is possible from computers, tablets or smartphones.
To do this, you need a receiving device on your TV and a program on your computer, tablet or smartphone to cast the image from there to the receiving program installed on your TV – (AppleTV or Chromecast). There are other devices available for streaming or casting the videos and images to your TV. In all cases, please check the manual and website associated with the device for setup and streaming of videos.
a) If you have Apple devices, you need Apple TV for your TV and Airplay on your Apple computer, iPad or iPhone. Airplay comes installed on Apple products.
b) If you have Android devices, you need Chromecast for your TV and Google Home app on your computer, tablet or smartphone. Google Home comes installed on these devices.
A good website for help is…..