|Jul 16, 2012, 12:04 AM||#1|
Airplay of a MacBookPro to HD TV while playing a video game?
Was wondering how is it like to play a game, such as Diablo, over AirPlay via the Mac when ML comes out.
I have a 1080p LED screen TV, or I can get my monitor shipped out to me, since I'm here in Japan.
should I just get the apple TV and airplay my screen to my TV or just get my Apple monitor shipped to me?
Just realize I posted this in iOS6 instead of Mountain Lion, my apologies.
|Jul 16, 2012, 12:32 AM||#2|
I don't think that's a viable option. It would have delay and it would be laggy. Can you plug the HDTV into the MacBook Pro directly? That way it's as if it's a second screen.
|Jul 16, 2012, 07:31 AM||#5|
Minimal lag running D3 over Airplay to my Apple TV (2nd Gen, 720p), all extremely playable via ethernet. Not so great over WiFi, lots of lag and not really playable, tested on wireless G, wireless N would should be much better tho.
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