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zero129 said:
crissindahouse said:
If you stream your Steam games already to your TV you can do the same with your Gamepass games. You just have to add the Gamepass games to your Steam library.

To do that the UWPHook should work

https://github.com/BrianLima/UWPHook

This. If you want to stream any game that's not on your steam account to the steamlink you need to add them to steam first.

Im also pretty sure the is a way to steam you're desktop to steamlink so maybe that would be another option to launch non steam games without using any 3rd party software.

Ok I've figured out how to get my Origin and Xbox games to play, via that UWPhook, but one problem I'm still having is my xbox one controller. It is bluetooth hooked up to my steamlink, works properly on any Steam games, but doesn't seem to want to work with the xbox or origins games on the TV via steamlink.

Any suggestions?

I've come so close to getting this to work without having to buy a massive, in the way, $200 or more xbox! I don't want to fail now lol.



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Dulfite said:
zero129 said:

This. If you want to stream any game that's not on your steam account to the steamlink you need to add them to steam first.

Im also pretty sure the is a way to steam you're desktop to steamlink so maybe that would be another option to launch non steam games without using any 3rd party software.

Ok I've figured out how to get my Origin and Xbox games to play, via that UWPhook, but one problem I'm still having is my xbox one controller. It is bluetooth hooked up to my steamlink, works properly on any Steam games, but doesn't seem to want to work with the xbox or origins games on the TV via steamlink.

Any suggestions?

I've come so close to getting this to work without having to buy a massive, in the way, $200 or more xbox! I don't want to fail now lol.

 I Haven't done it myself but the advice I was given is you need to use big picture mode and set it up from there, after reading another post about setting up non steam games it was great until I got to the controller, it's only advice for the controller setup was youtube had lots of good advice. 



mjk45 said:
Dulfite said:

Ok I've figured out how to get my Origin and Xbox games to play, via that UWPhook, but one problem I'm still having is my xbox one controller. It is bluetooth hooked up to my steamlink, works properly on any Steam games, but doesn't seem to want to work with the xbox or origins games on the TV via steamlink.

Any suggestions?

I've come so close to getting this to work without having to buy a massive, in the way, $200 or more xbox! I don't want to fail now lol.

 I Haven't done it myself but the advice I was given is you need to use big picture mode and set it up from there, after reading another post about setting up non steam games it was great until I got to the controller, it's only advice for the controller setup was youtube had lots of good advice. 

It already works in big picture mode for steam games.



Dulfite said:
mjk45 said:

 I Haven't done it myself but the advice I was given is you need to use big picture mode and set it up from there, after reading another post about setting up non steam games it was great until I got to the controller, it's only advice for the controller setup was youtube had lots of good advice. 

It already works in big picture mode for steam games.

 He was referencing the need to be in big picture mode when setting up the controller for non steam games , he also mentioned updating the controllers before resyncing them.



mjk45 said:
Dulfite said:

It already works in big picture mode for steam games.

 He was referencing the need to be in big picture mode when setting up the controller for non steam games , he also mentioned updating the controllers before resyncing them.

I'll have to try that. Will this trick work for games that don't display the controller icon but only the keyboard icon in big picture mode?