Many wonder how to transmit images from mobile devices on a Windows PC or on Mac?
In this tutorial we’ll show you how to display the image from a smartphone or tablet to your computer monitor.
The development team of Airsquirrels has created a unique Reflector application that allows you to transmit images over Wi-Fi on Mac, Windows PC and Android devices, transforming them into transmitters with features AirPlay, Google Cast and Miracast. Simultaneously you can connect several devices, and the program will automatically maintain the proportion of all connected gadgets.
According to the developers, the Reflector 3 can transmit the image like Apple TV and Chromecast, allowing you to connect gadgets to a large monitor without special cables and adapters.
Many bloggers and streamers actively using this application. Usage scenarios is more than enough: it is possible to stream games, record videos use apps to do reviews of mobile operating systems, etc.
First you need to download the program from the developer’s site http://www.airsquirrels.com/reflector/ and install it.
It shareware. To check all possibilities is available 7 days trial mode, after which you must purchase a license for 14.99 USD.
Run Reflector 3 and go to settings.
Go to the tab “Advanced” and tick the “use classic renderer”.
Open control of your iOS device and select “retry” screen. In the list that appears, select your computer.
Important: mobile device and computer must be connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
Enter the password on the iOS device, which appeared on the computer screen.
This option can be disabled in settings.
You can now begin recording the video, which will show connected devices and the desktop of your PC.
For better visual perception, the developers added a frame device, which can also be disabled in settings.
Similarly, the program works with Android devices.
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