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Game streaming to other Android devices or PCs with Moonlight and GeForce Experience

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By cgutman, Senior Member on 31st October 2013, 02:35 PM
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5th March 2018, 06:50 PM |#4101  
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To a whole other level
So I've been using Moonlight for a while now on my Galaxy View. I like to play tactics games on my exercise bike. Thank you for making that possible.

Anyways, I've been getting into game streaming with OBS Studio. I'm currently patching my PC video through a game capture card then back up to my display, but there's a forced drop in quality and a barely perceptible delay. What I'd like to do is stream straight from my Gaming PC to my Studio PC. There's already a number of ways to do this, but most involve installing at least one secondary ethernet jack on the Studio Rig and and a CPU hit on the Gaming Rig. I'm wondering if there's a way of creating an integrated OBS Studio Plug-in. I began investigating... I was hoping I could just make a wrapper around something you already built... but it quickly was over my head. I'm only wondering if there's a simple solution I missed...

The API is on github

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10th March 2018, 03:35 AM |#4102  
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Can you please add an option fot the chrome extension to simply display a list of games? Mine now keeps crashing as I have lot of games.

It actually crashes while trying to load the icons for each game, which I couldnt care less about - just the titles are fine

Much much appreciated if you could do this

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12th March 2018, 08:33 PM |#4103  
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Hi. I have a problem. Big problem for me. Before this, I always play game on my phone (Xperia Z2). No lag at all (15ms). Today, I wanna try at my laptop. But the delay is about 100ms or 200ms.
Here is my Host specs:
CPU: i5-6600K @ 4.5GHz
GPU: GTX 1070.
Windows 7
Connection: 100Mbps Full Duplex
Geforce Experience: (Latest Version)

This is my client PC:
CPU: i5-3210M @ 3.1Ghz
GPU: Intel HD 4000/GT 650m
Windows 7
Connection: 2.4Ghz 300N wifi
Moonlight Chrome: 0.8.2

Then, I tried to stream game from my host to client using steam home streaming. No delay at all. I expected there was video encoding problem here.
13th March 2018, 11:25 AM |#4104  
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I have a gen 1 and a gen 2 firestick and I cant get either of them to connect. rtsp handshake fail if I try and use remote desktop. If I run a game it shows up for a few seconds then connection terminated. It works fine from my android phone and chrome.

nevermind, fixed it by reinstalling GeForce experience
19th March 2018, 02:08 AM |#4105  
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Originally Posted by lauwingchun

Hmm, already set that to private connection and tried turning windows firewall off on both server and client, still no success.
Any logs I may refer to on both server and client ends which may shed some light on this?

BTW, I am using Aorus Gaming Box GTX1070 hooked to Skull Canyon Intel NUC via Thunderbolt 3, and it has a "dummy" monitor 1 (to the "Iris Pro Graphics"; there is no such monitor) which it shows up in display settings and cannot be removed.
Could these be leading to the issues also?

* Updates:
- Since this leads me nowhere so far, I resorted to establishing VPN and connecting to my home PC via 192.x.x.x on Moonlight Chrome extension and it worked. There is latency issue but this is the best I could do at this moment.

Just another update:
- I have got myself ahold of an iPad Pro and found it suffers from the same issue, now the summary is:
- Works locally: iPad, Galaxy S8, Windows
Works remotely: Galaxy S8 only

Does this piece of information give more hint on what I might have overlooked?
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