What is Miracast?

Miracast is an essential technology for anyone who wants to wirelessly share content on one screen to another screen or a projector, such as presentations, videos, apps and photos. Simply, it wirelessly mirrors what’s on the screen of one device onto another screen for easy viewing and access(how to use miracast on windows 10)
Proven useful in business, education, and entertainment, Miracast is a technology standard that has been ratified by the Wi-Fi Alliance and is native in millions of modern devices worldwide, so you can trust it. Best of all, it’s a native feature in many of today’s modern devices, and eliminates the need for cables and adapters.

And it’s not just a screen-mirroring technology. It can be so much more. Teachers use it to improve student comprehension and engagement. Salespeople, business managers, and many others use this technology every day to do their jobs more effectively. So whether you’re using this technology in the office, classroom or home, here’s everything you need to know about Miracast – What it is, what it does, and how you can use it.

BiJie Miracast SDK

Miracast SDK

Miracast is a standard for wireless connections from sending devices (such as laptops, tablets, or smartphones) to display receivers (such as TVs, monitors, or projectors), introduced in 2012 by the Wi-Fi Alliance

This describes the Miracast Receive SDK which is developed by BiJie

1. Basic

BiJie Miracast SDK supports basic features of Miracast Mirror, Auido Mirror, HDCP, UIBC.

2. Support Platform

BiJie Miracast SDK can run on Android,Windows,Linux which can run on X86,MIPS,ARM and etc. BiJie Miracast SDK can receive Miracast from Android, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

3. Deliverable

BiJie Miracast SDK includes sdk document, sdk library and demo include source code. The interface can be C/C++, JAVA/AAR. The integration cycle just needs 1-2 weeks.