What kind of screen projection protocols do you support?
Multi-screen interactive wireless network screen projection software and hardware solution, which integrates mainstream screen projection protocols such as Airplay and Miracast and is complementary to the self-developed BJcast screen projection protocol, compatible with Windows, Android, ios and other platforms. Realize the interconnected screen projection, multi-channel simultaneous projection and reverse control functions between mobile phones, tablets, computers and TVS. Build a set of domestic leading commercial wireless display solutions.
So what kind of screen projection protocol does Betgemini wireless screen projection support?
AirPlay is a wireless technology developed by Apple Inc., which is mainly used to support iOS devices including iPhone, iPad and MacBook to transmit pictures, audio and video to display devices that support AirPlay through WiFi. Almost all iOS devices support this function, and there is no need to install any additional software, which is relatively convenient.
DLNA was founded by SONY, Intel, Microsoft and others.
DLNA and AirPlay have similar features and similar protocols, both of which allow media content from your phone to be delivered to your TV screen. The difference is that DLNA doesn’t have the mirroring feature of AirPlay on the AppleTV, nor does it have the dual-screen gaming experience that the AppleTV supports. For now, DLNA is more about sending photos and videos from your phone to the big screen.
Miracast is a wireless display standard based on Wi-Fi direct connection developed by the Wi-Fi Alliance in 2012. Devices that support this standard can share video images wirelessly.
A mobile phone, for example, can use Miracast to transmit a film or photograph directly to a television or other device. Miracast, unlike DLNA, also has an AirPlay-like mirroring function that allows the content of a phone’s screen to be delivered directly to a high-definition TV screen, allowing games to be played through the screen, which is supported by mainstream Android phones.
- WiDi cast a screen
WiDi is a built-in wireless screen projection display function of Windows10 computer (which is not necessarily supported by WiFi NIC after installation). It is an improvement based on Miracast protocol, and Win10 users can perform wireless screen projection very conveniently. Personally, I think this is the most convenient way for computer screen projection.
The screen projection function supports image projection or Chrome projection. When you use the Bettier Conference box for wireless screen projection, Google mobile devices can use the image projection function, and mobile devices of other systems can use the Chrome browser for screen projection.
BJcast is a screen projection protocol developed by Betgemini. Any version of Windows system, Android system, iOS system, Mac computer can be installed with the BJCast protocol of the BJCast screen projection software or key transmitter, using the BJcast protocol for screen projection.