Thanks i got it to work with my apple tv. Was wondering if I could run zwift and runcline on my iphone concurrently but it appears the answer is no. That’s fine though, I will use apple tv to run on zwift now. Appreciate the help.
I’m been following this thread some days ago. I have an F63 since 6 months ago working directly to zwift with no problems
If I use RunCline, what are the benefits? I still don’t get it
There are a couple advantages, but it depends on your setup and how you train:
- RunCline can read incline directly from the treadmill and allow you to get elevation gains in Zwift.
- If your F63 is a non-US model, it would be possible for RunCline to control the incline from your treadmill and make it the same as in Zwift.
- This may be less useful to you but RunCline gives you a power estimate of your effort based on incline. It allows you to modulate your speed with incline to maintain a constant effort.
- If you are using an AppleTV, you can only pair 2 bluetooth devices. RunCline can connect up to 3 devices (TM, HRM and a foot pod) and present itself as a single device to AppleTV so you can still connect a Bluetooth headset to it.
- The rest if more for people that do not have a supported treadmill in Zwift, people running with a Stryd foot pod, etc…
Let me know if you have more questions.
The F63 (as many BT Devices that are sensors) can only handle one BT connection - so I found that if I pair BT HRM to F63 it will not connect to Zwift. As soon as I disconnect the HRM from F63 I can connect to it from Zwift. So I must use the F63 for speed/distance and the HRM must be paired to the Zwift app as a sensor separately. If I am incorrect - happy to hear it
RunCline works only with Zwift? Or can it be used with Rouvy too?
Thank you for your inquiry. RunCline works with Rouvy, Kinomap and Zwift.