All Chromecast models offer 1080p resolution, but each version differs in other specifications. The original Chromecast (1st Gen) was limited to 2.4GHz WiFi connections and 1080p at 30fps. The Chromecast (2nd generation) added Wi-Fi support for the 5GHz band. Chromecast (3rd generation) increased HD quality to 60 fps.
In the Google Home app, select the Chromecast you want to customize and tap the settings menu in the top right.
This can be done in the Chromecast options in the top right corner of your Chrome browser. Click the box, select options and reduce your streaming to standard (480p). Video quality will be slightly affected, but should be viewable with little to no interruptions.
Stuttering or poor quality
The Chromecast or TV with Chromecast built-in should be within 4 meters of the router. Make sure both your Chromecast device and Android device are connected to the same WiFi network channel, either 2.4GHz or 5GHz.
Find the version of your Chromecast on your phone
Tap the Chromecast whose version you want to find. Tap the gear-shaped settings icon in the top-right corner of the screen. Scroll to the bottom of this screen and look at the “Cast Firmware Version” number at the bottom of the screen.
Chromecast with Google TV streams your entertainment in up to 4K HDR.
Whatever TV you choose, make sure it supports HDCP 2.2 to stream 4K content from a Chromecast device. TVs that are less than five years old usually have this feature as standard.
Click the three dots in the top right corner of Chrome to open the menu, then select Cast. If you only want to cast the currently open tab, select just select your Chromecast from the drop down menu.
Chromecast itself tries to broadcast a 1080p signal. There is no way to change it to 720p on device. Netflix and Youtube bypass the settings in the browser and go straight to the Chromecast. And it looks like Chromecast always tries to push 1080p even if you’re using a tabcast for 720p content.
You will see the casting icon at the top of your screen; Tap on it and select your Chromecast device to cast the YouTube video about it to your TV. The cast will now appear full screen on your TV.
First, check the TV’s brightness and contrast settings. Next, restart both the Chromecast device and your tablet. Next, try streaming from a different source, e.g. B. a PC or phone and observe the picture quality. First check the brightness and contrast settings of the TV.