Remote Video LTE

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I have a remote office with a lobby that runs videos. I would like to update the videos remotely, through LTE because WIFI isn't available. Any thoughts on how to do this?
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  • Drewsum
    I saw a product called streambeam but I don't see where I can upload videos remotely via LTE... thoughts?

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  • ToddN2000
    How are the current videos played? Are they stored on a flash drive, or played from another local device. What make and model televisions? How far away is the remote office with the lobby? We a few more details please. You might want to consider creating a YouTube channel. If you have a smart tv that can access the net, just change you video on your channel. Just thinking quick off the top of my head.. 

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  • Drewsum
    But the Smart TV would need WiFi to get to youtube correct?  I need a device to use LTE because no WiFi is available.
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  • Drewsum
    To answer the other part of your question... Yes, the current videos are on a flash drive that are updated manually.  
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  • ToddN2000
    You might be able to do it using a bluetooth device but the range is limited. I can't think of a way via the LTE method you are looking for. I'll poke around a bit more and see if I can find a solution. There may be some LTE storage devices or other hardware that may do this. It may not be cost effective for some budgets.  I know Xfinity/Comcast has some built in apps that link to Youtube and others without the need for wi-fi. Are these stand alone tv's not connected to a cable or satellite service?
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  • Drewsum
    Correct... stand alone TV's no service, no Wifi.  ScreenBeam had an LTE built in device that could do stuff, but I can't find anything that currently will do it.  Hence, the reason I'm here looking for help.
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  • carlosdl
    Look for a 4G LTE WiFi hotspot or something similar on Amazon.

    Those devices connect to the LTE network and then share the internet signal through Wifi.

    Once the TVs have access to the network, you could use Youtube or other similar video hosting service.
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  • Drewsum
    This may work... then I upload new videos to YouTube... wondering if I can select the video remote.. I will have to play with this idea

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  • carlosdl
    I have not tested this, but I suppose you could create a playlist on your YouTube channel and then make the TVs play that list in a loop.

    The you can probably  just add or remove videos to/from the playlist remotely, and the TV would probably continue playing the modified list.


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