Welcome to the tutorial section for Cathe Live and our OnDemand videos.
Cathe OnDemand and Cathe Live are available for viewing on the web, and Cathe OnDemand can be viewed through our iOS App (for iPhones, iPods and iPads running iOS 9 or newer), our Android App, our tvOS App (for Apple TV version 4 or newer), or our Roku App (for Roku 3 or newer). Cathe Live Apps are currently in development and we will update you once they’re completed.
Tutorials below cover how to connect your iOS device directly to your TV using cables, watching video streamed to your television through Apple TV (version 2 or newer) and Google Cast, and adjusting video quality in the Cathe OnDemand iOS app.
Streaming Videos to Your Television
Using a Wired Connection to Your TV from iPhones and iPads
Streaming from iOS Devices to Your Apple TV
Setting Up Google Cast on iOS and Android
Setting Up Google Cast on Your Computer
Setting up Streaming from iOS Devices to a Chromecast Device
Since Google removed support for viewing video via Chromecast from its own Chrome browser on iOS devices, independent developers have had to create apps to accomplish what was once very easy. The easiest of these third party apps that we have found to view both live and recorded Cathe Live videos is MomoCast. This app is actually a full web browser, and you will use it just like Safari or Chrome on your iOS device. Here’s what you need to do:
- After installing the app from the App Store, launch it and type the address https://cathe.com/stream into the address field at the top of the browser to get to the Cathe Live website.
- Use the “hamburger” icon in the top right corner of the web page to go to “My Account,” log in, then tap it again to go to “Cathe Live” to view all of the live videos.
- Now, before you begin playing a video, tap on the Chromecast icon in the upper right corner of the app (it’s red and looks like a small TV screen) and choose your Chromecast device. Make sure that your iOS device is on the same wireless network as your Chromecast or your Chromecast will not show up as available. Once you finish this, you are ready to cast video.
- Now, tap on the Cathe Live video you’d like to play and it should automatically start playing on your TV via Chromecast.
- In “free” mode, the app will only play video for a short time before stopping. You will need to make the in-app purchase to “Pro” to disable this behavior. Tap on the stacked dots in the upper right corner of the screen and tap “Upgrade to Pro” in order to do this. The cost is $1.99.
Using Our OnDemand Roku Channel
If you have a Roku device and would like to view Cathe’s OnDemand channel on it, first make sure that you have an active Cathe OnDemand subscription by clicking here, then follow these steps:
- Go to this URL on your computer’s web browser. You will be required to log in to your Roku account that you created when you first registered your device with them. After logging in, click on the link that appears to install the Cathe OnDemand channel.
- It normally takes about 24 hours for the channel to appear on your Roku, but if you’d like to speed that up, go to Settings > System > System Restart on your device—which will reboot it—after which Cathe OnDemand will appear at the bottom of your channel list.
- Launch the Cathe OnDemand app on your Roku, and you will be given a code/token to activate your device. Again, click here and enter the code at the bottom of your account page where indicated, and click on “Submit.” Pay close attention to ones and capital letter I’s (the ones have a serif at the top), and zeroes and capital letter O’s (the zero is more oval, the O is more round).
- You should then be able to click on “Proceed” and then “Start” on your Roku, then get ready to get busy with Cathe!
Currently, the interface for our channel on Roku is very basic. You have to search for videos by series names. Videos that don’t have a series name will be listed under “Other”.
Using the Cathe OnDemand iOS App
Adjusting Video Quality on the iOS App
Using the Online Workout Blender
Creating a Workout Using the Workout Blender
Sharing Your Workouts Using the Workout Blender