AirParrot is a program that allows you to broadcast the image from your computer screen to Apple TV. Users have the option to decide if they want to capture video in a certain codec's resolution, or to increase the ratio of performance to quality before capturing the video. In addition to screencasts, you can open graphic, music and video files in AirParrot. Users should expect to be able to comfortably use the TV as an external monitor in general. There are several reasons why this program is no longer compatible with older routers, however, including that it only works with Apple TV 2 and Apple TV 3, requires the latest firmware updates, and may conflict with older WiFi.
Announcing the first edition of AirParrot in the AirPlay protocol. AirParrot uses the AirPlay "mask" as it transmits its image. You do not need to set up the program. Select a set to connect to Apple TV, and then click "connect".If the iMac is connected to a single access point, you will be listed in the top 10 devices. A recent addition from AirParrot is the ability to broadcast via Chromecast and quickly switch between multiple set top boxes.
There is one panel with parameters for broadcast in the program interface. Up to 1080p can be broadcast at frame rate of up to 80 frames per second, when configured with AirParrot. You can prepare detailed reports and subfolders with it. There is a week-long trial period for this program, which means it is not free.
- Apple TV and Chromecast can be combined to broadcast the image, if needed.
- Devices connected to the router are automatically detected.
- captured an area but does not usually use another location; can only see a specific application.
- Broadcasts to up to 80 frames, at a resolution of up to 1080p.
- Certain media files can be broadcast rmly media files;
- Doesn't require pre-configuration.