AWIND teaches you how to properly use Airplay image to solve Airplay caton problems:
First, the system setup problem:
Airplay has become a screen image since IOS11. AirPlay only needs to send audio and video signals to ATV for playback. However, when you use mirror +Airplay, you will need to record your images synchronously, and then output them to your iPad or iPhone and then to the ATV, which is equivalent to doing output for both display devices at the same time. Of course, the speed will be slow.
This is especially true when there is a need for “high traffic” and “high FPS” for movies
Of course, as many ATV users know, on the player side, the ATV side, you can give him a direct cable connection, but you won’t give him a WiFi connection. Because WiFi is convenient, but the amount of transmission is certainly lower than connected to the network cable. Similarly, if the software supports AirPlay directly, do not use images unless the software really does not support image output, will turn on the image to do!
Note: Ariplay currently only supports multi-screen interactions between IOS products, but what if you wanted to project images from software that doesn’t support Airplay?
Use AirPlay’s so-called “mirror” MirrorOut feature to send “all” the pictures and sounds you see to the ATV! But in order to achieve this goal, the necessary conditions are: iPad2, NewiPad, iPhone4S or above the hardware support. If you’re an iPad2, or even an iPad3, but you don’t see the mirror feature, upgrade your AppleTV, iPad2, or iPhone to 5.x or above.
If the system is the latest version, but the screen is still caton, then use the second method to solve: add an AWIND wireless screen co-device, wireless co-screen device here is equivalent to a signal medium, can effectively solve the problem of Airplay screen co-device!