Wireless projection based on Miracast has several advantages
Support for Miracast has existed since the first Windows 10 release, and Windows has since invested in Miracast as the projection experience has only increased.
Wireless projection based on Miracast has several advantages:
A simple connection experience that allows users to find and connect to the Miracast receiver.
The Miracast standard is implemented to ensure interoperability with hundreds of millions of Miracast devices.
The native RTSP stack is fine-tuned to work in Miracast without the need for additional software outside of Windows 10 OS.
Support for UIBC (user input Back channel), which allows input from Miracast receivers (touch, stylus, mouse, keyboard, and game pad) to control Miracast senders if and only if the user explicitly allows it to do so.
High quality interoperability with industry-leading Microsoft Miracast receivers, (Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter) as well as third-party Miracast receivers.
Support for protected content () projection is supported if an HDCP key is present.
Supports Pin-based pairing when connecting to Miracast receivers.
Permanent configuration files, remember if the past has been connected to a particular Miracast receiver. Remember that the function of the configuration file used to reconnect to the Miracast receiver reduces the time required to connect on subsequent connections.
Support for Miracast extensions that enable other features greatly improves the Miracast experience.