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Q. Why the projection frame rate is slow?
PC/Mac
MirrorOp needs the sender to encode screen images and the network (especially wireless network) to transfer massive real-time data to the receiver.
• For the sender: a dual core PC (excluding Atom processors) or Mac with NVidia or ATI graphic hardware is required to encode the screen images in 30 FPS (Frame Per Second) speed. However, if you still feel the FPS is not high enough, you can:
  • Lower the PC screen resolution by choosing:
    Menu >> PC Screen Resolution >> Small
  • Use better media players, such as PotPlayer V1.5 and above
  • Quit unused applications
  • Use a faster PC with Windows Experience Score higher than 3.5 (4+ recommended)
• For the WiFi network, you can:
  • Change to use 802.11n WiFi
  • Move your Laptop closer to the receiver
  • Disable the “Minimum Power Consumption” option from the “Advanced Tab” in your WiFi Network Adopter Property setting
  • Set the Projection Quality to “Normal”
  • Lower the PC screen resolution!
Mobile devices
• For the Sender::
  • Set Quality to “Medium” or” Low.”
  • Set Max resolution to “Medium” or “Low.”
  • Set Image Codec to “Fast (H.264).”
• For Wi-Fi network:
  • Move your devices closer to the Wi-Fi AP
  • Make sure there’s no Wi-Fi interference.
  • Choose a cleaner Wi-Fi channel if there’s too many Wi-Fi signals.
Q. I use my Windows 7 and my own video player (such as Media Player Classic), why I cannot see the video (only see black screen) on the TV?
To support more Windows PCs with reasonable performance, by default, the Aero Glass effect will be turned off to increase the screen capture speed. However, some video players (such as Windows Media Player) have some compatibility issue running on this mode. Followings are options you have::
  • If you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7, use Media Center
  • Use better media players, such as PotPlayer V1.5 and above
  • Enable the “Advanced Screen Capture” option from the main menu. However, the frame rate may drop!
Q. Why the picture quality of the desktop images shown on my HDTV is not as good as the original one?
A. To reduce the bandwidth requirement, we adopt lossy compression method. Hence the quality of the projected images may slightly lower than the original one. To see better quality, you can set the Projection Quality to “Best” from the main menu. However, you may need to choose a clear WiFi channel, or use an Ethernet cable to provide enough bandwidth to achieve high frame rate.
Q. Why I cannot see tip windows from my task bar?
A. 1. Open the setting of MirrorOp Windows Sender, and choose “Advanced Video Capture”
2. You can see tip windows now.
Q. Why some of my applications (especially video players) fail to launch after I run the sender application?
A. To support more Windows PCs with reasonable performance, by default, the Aero Glass effect will be turned off to increase the screen capture speed. By turning the Aero effect (or Graphic Acceleration) OFF, some application that relies on this feature may fail to launch. To correct this problem, you can:
  • Enable the “Advanced Screen Capture” option from the main menu.
Side effects:
  • You local mouse cursor may blink from time to time.
  • The projection speed may be slower!
Q. When I play a movie from a blue ray disc on my PC, I cannot see the movie (only see black screen) on the TV?
A. In Windows and Mac environment, some content protection mechanism is implemented to protect high definition video content from being “captured”. This is done on purpose to keep the “protected contents” from been reproduced, and is a limitation of similar screen capture technologies!
Q. While playing, the mirror orientation is incorrect. How can I correct it?
A. In the Play/Stop screen, press MENU key and select “Angular Correction”. Try to choose one proper degree to fix/compensate the deviation.

 

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