Just see faded couch and two big arrows
Same issue here.. just started happening last night. I use VStream religiously, but now cant use it at all.
I have had the same issue since last night/this AM. I'm casting from a desktop PC to my TV, and the iOS app still works, FWIW.
Same problem here - pick the film, two big arrows appear, select my Chromecast, does nothing. Er. Little help pls?
Edit:: as with Liz (above), Android app works fine still....
I have the same problem. Worked find last night, today - nadda. When I click "Choose Video" I get see my vids, but when I select, windows disappear and I'm left with faded couch, 2 big arrows, and the Chrome Mirroring box.
Do we really have to bump this to get a response?
This is happening to me, along with some other erratic behavior once you get past this problem. For me, I can always click on the X to close the pop-up window as show in the OP's picture. Then Videostream works mostly as it used to. I do have issues though with Videostream skipping items in the playlist and also resetting after playing a video...all seemed to happen when this problem began as well.
Did no one find a solution for this? I'd like to be able to stream again.
This started happening after Google changed their cast tab. The two arrows are trying to point to the chrome cast menu where you select your chrome cast. For some reason, it just casts the tab to the tv, and not the actual app. I always just tell it to stop, click the 'X' and then refresh Videostream. Works everytime. And seems to only happen when I use the computer. Never have an issue when I use the apps.
DISCLAIMER I'm not a Videostream employee, just one of the many that own videostream and love it. Just trying to help!
This seems to have been fixed for me at least now.
Solution!!! (FOR MAC and possibly PC)
This may be a bit laborious but works!
This also solves the 'Device Missing' issue with Chromecast
Rollback your Chrome to version 49 or 50 as it is last 2 chrome updates causing the issue.
here is the download site for Mac, Windows and Linux:
go to Terminal and copy and paste this command:
sudo rm -R GoogleSoftwareUpdate
Type in your Admin password to stop it auto updating.
This means that until Google sort out Chrome and its numerous issues with Chromecast and Mac it will not update to version 52 which is where I started getting issues.
As a sidenote, I found Casting with El Capitan was a pain so you can rollback to Yosemite if you desire.