AirServer for Mac6.0.2
The AirPlay functionality integrated within iOS offers you the possibility to stream media content between your devices in a more streamlined manner.
AirServer is a Mac app that is able to capture the content streamed by your AirPlay enabled device, and mirror the gadget’s screen on your desktop.
To take advantage of the AirServer capabilities, you must first enable the AirPlay service on the iOS device. First off, make sure that both your computer and the mobile gadget are connected to the same network.
On the iOS device navigate to the Control Center, tap the AirPlay icon, select the device you want to mirror to, and AirServer takes care of the rest.
Automatically detects AirPlay enabled devices
Once the AirPlay mirroring service is enabled on the iOS device, AirServer automatically opens a new window on your desktop, showing the mobile device’s screen. This way, you can easily share images, videos, audio tracks, and more.
For your convenience, AirServer also enables you to record and process videos: you have the option to quickly create your own educational presentations in no time. Within the application you have the option to flip the image vertically or horizontally, to adjust the brightness and contrast values, and more.
Optimize the mirroring resolution and adjust the audio sync frequency
The AirServer window can be easily resized (comes with fullscreen support), but you can also specify the preferred mirroring resolution via the Preferences window: 1080p, 720p, Projector (1600X1200, or 1024X768), and more.
The same area allows you to select the output device for the audio content, and allows you to adjust the synchronization rate. Last but not least, AirServer helps you set up a connection password for your Mac.
User friendly AirPlay receiver for your Mac
AirServer offers you the possibility to take advantage of the AirPlay iOS functionality to share the screen of your Mobile device with a desktop computer. As a result, you can employ data stored on your phone or tablet to make presentations, hold meetings, and much more.