It’s the same story with many streaming media apps.
They’re designed to play video on your TV or desktop, but you’re still using your TV’s built-in streaming device to stream your video.
But ARIS has a feature that lets you stream video directly to your TV via your phone, iPad, and other smart devices.
When you do that, ARIS automatically turns on your device’s video stream, so you don’t have to.
ARIS Streamer lets you: Start a video stream.
Play and pause video.
Stream and record video.
Play video clips.
Play a video and audio clip.
Download video clips or clips from your favorite video app.
Browse video clips and audio clips.
Select from hundreds of audio and video clips in the ARIS library.
Start a new video stream: Start your video stream by pressing a button on your ARIS device.
If you have an app that has a video app, you can use ARIS’s feature to start your stream directly from that app.
Start your ARis video stream with ARIS Replay mode: When you start your ARIstream stream, you’ll see a small “Start Replay” box on the top of your ARIAccess bar.
Select it and your stream will start playing right away.
The app will pause when you close it, and the ARI stream will resume when you open it again.
It will also stop playing once you close the ARIAcess bar.
You can pause your stream to watch another video in your ARIEccess bar: Select the “Pause” button on the bottom right of your stream and then press the button to start playing the next video.
Once you’re done playing a video, you should see the ARIs Replay button in the top right corner.
It’ll display the current video playback time and playback progress.
To stop the playback, select the “Stop” button from the bottom left.
ARIAuth bar: When the ARIEcess bar is full, you need to open the ARISAccess bar to continue playing your video or audio clips or video clips from other apps.
To open the bar, press the left or right arrow buttons on your home screen.
You’ll see an ARIAuthority bar on the left side of the screen.
Tap it to open it.
You will be prompted to enter your email address and password to authorize your account.
Tap the “Authorize” button to authorize ARIS for the video stream or audio stream you just started.
You need to use this authorization to start the video or to play a clip from another app on your phone.
You won’t be able to pause your ARIs video stream if you don�t have the video app on the device, so check out our video streaming guide to learn how to use ARIs in a variety of video apps.
Play audio clips from an ARI video: If you’re playing a clip in a video on another device, you will need to enable the “play audio clips” option.
Once that’s done, you must enter the audio clip ID or audio clip name of the audio file that you want to play in the video, and you must press the right or left arrow buttons to play the audio.
You don’t need to have the audio player open to start a playback.
To play the video you just played, you have to press the play button again on the right side of your screen.
To pause the playback of a video clip or audio file, you just need to press either the pause button on top of the video screen or the pause arrow on the video player.
You cannot pause playback in the middle of a playback or record video in the right hand bar.
If your ARISE stream is playing an audio clip, you won’t see any audio in the left hand bar, so don’t worry about that.
You still need to listen for the “start replay” notification.
You also have to wait for the start replay notification to appear.
When the start Replay notification appears, press and hold the button on ARIaccess bar and wait for it to appear on the screen (press the button again if it doesn’t appear).
Then press the start button on video player or pause button in video player and continue playing.
If the start play button doesn’t display, press both buttons on video or pause player and wait a few seconds for it again to appear in the screen and then play the start video.
When your video is over, press either pause button or start button in ARIS and the video will pause.