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Topic # 206186 13-Dec-2016 13:37
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Are there any reliable apps on iOS where you can say playback a 4K recorded video and cast onto a PC (monitor is bigger)?





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  Reply # 1687078 13-Dec-2016 13:42
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That sounds like your trying to push the physical limits of wireless technology.
Samsung you can use smart switch to cast your entire device to your PC.
Id be interested. My mum wants that capability. Also to cast an iPhone to a VW MK7 Golf MMI would be amazing.

 

 Are you wanting to play the video in true 4K?





 


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  Reply # 1687081 13-Dec-2016 13:44
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If it is just recorded video you want to show, the easiest way is to grab one of the various "Airplay" clients for the PC

 

https://www.lifewire.com/where-to-get-airplay-for-windows-2000736

 

and use the built in airplay on the phone...


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1687083 13-Dec-2016 13:47
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Reflector 2 sounds like one of the option. http://www.airsquirrels.com/reflector/features/win/





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  Reply # 1687663 14-Dec-2016 12:27
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I use Reflector 2 on occasion.  It is a decent solution but not without its drawbacks such as the occasional glitch with audio and video.  It can emit some loud and high frequency (very brief) noises which I fear at times may not be so good for my speakers.


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  Reply # 1694562 24-Dec-2016 12:31
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Just a reminder that there is a Lightning to HDMI adapter available, which may be more reliable.





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  Reply # 1694563 24-Dec-2016 12:41
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Get an Apple TV and plug the monitor into it?



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  Reply # 1694597 24-Dec-2016 15:35
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clicknz:

 

Just a reminder that there is a Lightning to HDMI adapter available, which may be more reliable.

 

 

I heard it barely does 1080p so I am guessing it will never do 4K





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