PS VITA / PS TV [Preview] PC Link - RDP [1080p Stream Test (via DXGI Capture)

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By STLcardsWS on Sep 2, 2017 at 7:33 PM
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    Developer Arkanite seems to be working on a great application, while we do not have a release the preview video is sparking alot of interest as this looks to be a great addition to the homebrew library for the Vita. With a app that will allow you to stream your PC screen to the PS Vita / PlayStation TV devices . Unlike Moonlight (that required Nvidia) this appears to be a solution that will reach more PC user's . As Arkanite states "Running on Win10 w/ Intel 4400 Graphics' so this is obviously going to appeal to many more setups then Moonlight could just with that statement. Details are thin other then the video & this gthub page but this is what the community is all about finding and creating new features for our beloved devices. Are you excited about this upcoming release? I know I am :)

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    • Dev build 0.4a [UI skipped] Running under Win10 on a basic LG ultra-book with Intel 4400 graphics, but still less lag than expected. quality looks great, this video does not do the example justice unfortunately. 1080 will be added as an option but is unnecessary obviously

    Source(s): reddit.com / YouTube.com
    via wololo.net

    Github Page: https://github.com/ArkSource/pclink
    (Note: no released version yet)
     
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Discussion in 'PS Vita News' started by STLcardsWS, Sep 2, 2017.

    1. No0bZiLLa
      No0bZiLLa
      IF games were to work, how would one go about mimicking the mouse as a controller? you need the joystick to move the mouse, but you also need it to function as part of a controller when playing games. wouldnt there need to be some form of driver on the windows pc to handle those.... things? I know most games use keyboard input as well, so maybe just map the controls (in this app) to keyboard signals? and use touch screen to navigate windows itself.
      Last edited: Sep 3, 2017
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    2. STLcardsWS
      STLcardsWS
      Ps3 had a similar project. FPS were never great. But on that project there was a simple UI on pc side to map controls anyway you wanted so mouse was not so much an issue.
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