I've explained this in the Solo Development thread but this guide from 3DR will not work. Go figure.First, you need to tell Solo that you want to enable video output. The easiest way to do so is to connect to Solo via Solo mobile app, which will tell Solo to start streaming video. Leave this open.
Next, create a file sololink.sdp with the contents:
c=IN IP4 10.1.1.1
m=video 5600 RTP/AVP 96
This file describes the RTP stream configuration for Solo's video stream. Now, you can open this file using a video player such as VLC.
You have to be on the same WiFi network as the AppleTV to do this right? If so, this probably won't work as you have to somehow be connected to the Solo and your home WiFi.If your primary mobile device is an Apple device then you can use an AppleTV to mirror the display on your device via AirPlay. I'm not as familiar with Android, but I assume you could do something similar with a ChromeCast or similar device. I realize this gives you HDMI output over the WiFi network, and not direct line-in or mirroring on a laptop but it's close.
I connected my AppleTV to the Solo's WiFi network and it worked just fine. The AppleTV complained that it couldn't find the internet, but that was OK for the duration of my flight time.You have to be on the same WiFi network as the AppleTV to do this right? If so, this probably won't work as you have to somehow be connected to the Solo and your home WiFi.