Well, as I reported, it built fine on RPi3, so took a closer look at Buster's files. I see the Buster dns libraries are updated. It's much more pleasant browsing through my iOS photo's, deciding which to delete, etc.
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Camistotle wrote: So super noob question, how do I build this? I don't know what exactly did the trick, but static compilation seems to have helped. Probably micro sd card speed matters. Two things: 1. Maybe I'm stupid, but how do you close the program once it's running? It runs on the Pi 4 with both audio and video, but will disconnect and freeze the screen about every 30 seconds. Any ideas? And can I thereby choose my rpi as one of many outputs?
It has been years I'm waiting for a solution like that, rplay worked well but in the past You said on GitHub : "RPiPlay might not be suitable for remote video playback, as it lacks a dedicated component for that", do you plan to add it to RPiPlay?
That would be very nice cause either on the iOS app or on Safari youtube. The app tells me "Unable to play the video Something went wrong" and youtube. PS : I'm using iOS I see that it was recently changed such that a black screen appears when there is no connection. Is there a way for nothing to appear instead so I would see whatever is running behind.
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So, same deal as Edward and Tonya above. I have searched all over and cannot find any solution. Both my iphone and ipad only show a speaker icon when attemnpting to connect to my ATV; the device will not accept video. I have gone into many other classrooms with AppleTV and can mirror video and sound both in those rooms.
Tried restarting all units to no avail. Everything is on the same network.
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I have not been able to find any postings about this elsewhere. Any suggestions? What should I do? Thanks, Elemer.
Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. The Apple TV should automatically wake up when it detects a new AirPlay connection, but sometimes clicking the remote and waking it manually can resolve the issue.
If the Apple TV has crashed, you can simply pull the cord out of the back and wait 10 seconds, then power it back up. If none of that works, the next step is to restart your source device. That might be your Mac, iPhone, or iPad. Next try restarting your network equipment. You can also restore your Apple TV to factory settings, which is a final resort for most but worth a try if nothing else works.
Read More once the reset completes. The presence of AirPlay signifies that Apple is still serious about cutting the cord. As Wi-Fi performance improves, so too will the speed, quality, and reliability of AirPlay as a protocol. Apple is betting big on other wireless technologies, too. That depends. Bought a Samsung?
All about streaming video & audio, especially via AirPlay from and to your iOS Devices, Mac and TV.
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