Ever had a song or video kept on an iPhone, iPod, or iPad, and wished you could play it on through the speakers and display of an OS X based Mac computer? Instead of copying the file over to the computer (which may not be allowed because of DRM anyway), you can turn to the free Mac OS X AirPlay receiver to receive the file directly from the iOS device iPhone/iPad to an OS X Mac computer. Setting up the Mac as AirPlay OS X receiveris all you need to do.
5KPlayer turns an OS X/High Sierra device into an AirPlay OS X receiver for any video and audio provided you have an iPhone/iPad/iPod (iOS 4.2 or newer). With 5KPlayer, you can easily AirPlay your screen and stream your media from iOS to OS X.
Step 3: Set on AirPlay sender and choose the OS X AirPlay receiver you have configured to receive streaming media.
Once the set up aforementioned is perfectly done, the receiving will proceed quite smoothly. Please note that the OS X AirPlay receiver must share the same WiFi with the AirPlay sender.
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