EDIT: Ran 1st test with shield itself, Used it to play rage,borderlands as noted by the dev there is a delay with Tegra device, the d-pad on the shield did not work,
other buttons worked fine,otherwise streaming is really good. Excellent work! will run a few more tests, and test with z ultra with moga pro .. looking forward to a donate version!
EDIT2: z ultra has lot of blocks black and green etc randomly showing up, streaming is fine and smooth despite that, Moga pro HID mode right stick and dpad dont work
only works in native shield streamer so far, ps3 controller worked except the button mapping is a little off, hope you can find they way xinput is emulated would be great
In the shield native streamer all or most HID controllers work fine in emulating the 360 controller, however outside that with splashop and droidmote thats not the case.
Have you implemented xinput controller support in this similar to shields? if so would any HID controller do or are you using a wired 360 controller attached to your android device?
Would be awesome if you have found a way to emulate xinput with HID controllers. Droidmote does this but it currently doesnt work with HID d-pads.
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Originally Posted by sofakng
Where can I send you a donation?
I have an nVidia SHIELD and Nexus 7, but the only thing I don't like on the shield is the screen size so I'd LOVE to be able to play on my Nexus 7 with a 360 controller, etc so this project looks fantastic!
EDIT: Also, I'm just wondering, but how does this compare to Splashtop THD? Is it using the same NVENC and RTP methods for encoding and sending data? I am thinking about purchasing an ASUS TF701T tablet but one of the main (?) purposes would be remote streaming some games from my desktop. It's confusing that you say that Tegra chips are slower because isn't Splashtop THD (made for Tegra) extremely low latency?
Splastop is cpu based, that includes Splashtop THD which just has a few optimizations for tegra chipsets (which are now in splashtop personal too), This app uses gpu based encoding same as the shield and its got something to do with how nvidia has implemented their streamer with regards to tegra devices, which I guess will need to be resolved.