- Directly send iPhone movies to Mac/PC no quality loss;
- Easily transfer HEIC to JPG & export to computer/Mac;
- Lossless transfer, migrate from small screen to bigger.
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Can i screen mirroring Windows 10/7 PC to smart TV via DLNA? What is DLNA designed for? How to use dlna screen mirroring?
DLNA, a streaming media technology often compared to Apple's AirPlay utility, will reveal itself to us all today on the fact of DLNA screen mirroring. From the ability of media streaming to screen mirroring, we none-Apple users thought we've got a 100% copy of Apple's streaming solution using DLNA, but the fact is otherwise correct.
At present, the screen mirroring utility of 5KPlayer is acheived via AirPlay tech only.
Step 1: Get 5KPlayer and launch it for your PC/Mac
Make sure that your devices are connected the same WIFI network.
Step 2: Click to activate AirPlay on the up-right corner of the interface. Choose your AirPlay enabled TV. And that might narrow down the choices to Apple TV.
Step 3: Once activated, your screen of the computer will be beamed onto the TV through Airplay Mirroring.
Note: 5KPlayer also has support for streaming desktop to tv via DLNA, making your computer a DLNA controller, a DLNA receiver and even a DLNA server for any DLNA supported devices to access.
Here you will find a detailed guide on how to screen mirroring iOS 13 iPhone to Mac/PC wirelessly in an easy manner.Screen Share iPad with Mac/Windows
How to use free (iPad) screen sharing to Windows/Mac? Learn the easiest way to screen share iPad with a free tool 5KPlayer.Beamer for Windows 10/8/7 PC
Looking for Beamer for Windows 7/10? This program that can AirPlay MKV MP4 AVI to TV is a free alternative to Beamer Windows.
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