Instructions for Connecting Your MacBook Pro to TV
Step 1: Look for ports on the left side of your MacBook Pro, and you will see the "Mini Display Port." It will be the third port next to the ExpressCard slot. Attach the Mini DisplayPort to VGA or Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter to this port. If you are going to use HDMI then plug the end of your cable or extension cable into the HDMI port on your TV and skip to step 5.
Step 2: Take the VGA cable that came with the PC to Video EZ converter and plug one end of the cable to the "Mini DisplayPort to VGA" adapter and the other end of the cable into the “VGA IN" port on the PC to Video EZ converter. Tighten the screws on both ends of the VGA cable to make it secure.
Step 3: Plug one end of the composite video cable (which came with the PC to Video EZ) into the “Video Out" port on the PC to the Video EZ converter and plug the other end of the cable in the corresponding port on your TV.
Step 4: Now you need to give power supply to the PC to Video EZ converter. Use the supplied USB power cable and plug one end into an USB port on your MacBook and plug the other end into the PC to Video EZ converter.
Step 5: Turn on your TV and set the channel for display of video input. It is usually done by pressing the A/V button on the TV or the remote controller. The video input channels are usually labeled “Input" or “Line." Now, turn on your MacBook Pro and login as normal. You will see that the display will now also be shown on your TV.
The above process is very easy, especially for those who are familiar with audio and video technologies. With these instructions, you can fulfill your desire to watch on your TV the video transmitted by your MacBook Pro.