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Here is how you can mirror to UPnP or DLNA compatible devices (Smart TV, Blu-ray or DVD players, etc...):
Here is how you can mirror to other Android devices:
Here is how you can mirror to OBS (Open Broadcaster Software):
You can simply enable UPnP in XBMC (System -> Settings -> Services) and use streaming through UPnP.
To read the stream with XBMC you can create a .strm text file:
To read the stream with VLC on any other device or PC:
Once you can read the stream in VLC, you may want to record it to a file.
You can simply do it:
First, you can switch streaming mode from TCP to RTSP protocol, if not already the case.
Then, delay depends on the encoding made in Screen Stream Mirroring and on caching in VLC.
VLC as a 1000ms default caching value, you can try to reduce it (so you could gain almost 1 second).
For Windows users:
To mirror with internal audio you need to have a ROOTED device with Android 4.4 or higher. Then:
We provide a way to mirror through your computer's USB, for this you need to:
If that kind of message is displayed it means the app is properly configured and should work. But the app may not work with hardware encoding for all devices before Android 5. In that case you may need to disable the option 'Use hardware encoding' from application settings. If you use VLC it is recommended to update VLC to the last available version, as there might be issues with some older versions. It might also be a network problem:
Depending on your device and on the network you are using, the stream can be slower. Try to modify Screen Stream Mirroring settings like resolution, framerate, or video format.
With MIUI and other similar Android systems you might need to allow an additional permission: