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Wenn ihr eine eine Nvidia-Grafikkarte habt könnt ihr mit der Android Moonlight App ohne Aufwand jedes beliebige Windows-Spiel in super Qualität auf euer Tablet oder beliebiges Android-Gerät streamen und es von da aus spielen.
Macht natürlich nicht bei allen Spielen Sinn (Dark Souls mit Touchscreen..), aber für Spiele wie Visual Novels/Rundenbasierte RPGs/Strategie und alles was man gerne im Liegen im Bett oder im Garten usw spielen will ist es perfekt.
Die App nutzt den NVENC-Block der Grafikkarte, also die gleiche Technologie wie auch Shadowplay oder andere Anwendungen, die das Hardwarencoding von Nvidia nutzen, deshalb funktioniert es so einwandfrei und ohne wahrnehmbare Latenzen, selbst bei grafisch aufwändigen Spielen oder mit schwachen Tablets.
If anyone is interested, you can do the same gamestream with any android tablet.
It even shows up in your Nvidia drivers as a shield device.
Android link: [link]
PC required: nvidia gpu with the ability to gamestream
price, completely free
bonus: Controller - n30 pro - [link]
If you don't have one of those badboys, you can use Moonlight. An open source program which uses Nvidia's Gamestream. There's a version of Moonlight for Apple devices and there's one for the Android version.
Fun thing is that there's a raspberry pi (or embedded rather) version too so you can stream games on your little gaming machine too :D
You can do the same on any android device (with decent specs) if you have a nvidia card on the computer streaming and use Limelight
one of its* biggest features (no apostrophe needed for ownership)
GameStream works decently well, though it seems to be capped at 720p/30 FPS in most games I've tried. Also worth noting is that virtually ANY Android device can use the GameStream feature with an app called Moonlight: [link]
EDIT: I just realized that there's a setting buried pretty deep in the Gamestream app that allows you to choose your own resolution and FPS settings, and it does indeed allow you to stream at 1080p60
Moonlight Game Streaming
It's an Open Source version of the GeForce "GameStream" client that can stream from GeForce Experience on the PC :)
you world probably be better off building a mini-itx pc and installing steamos on it rather than buying a pre-made machine. however if you already have a bluetooth controller, try this.
I bought a ps4 controller and use it and my phone like an nvidia shield, but you could probably use it and an androidtv module for a similar result, or connect a laptop to your tv and stream it to there.
if you have a reasonably good pc already then its really not worth getting a steam machine at all.
> Does anyone know if its possible to stream PC Games to your chromecast?
> If not what device would you recommend to do it?
~~One of the tiny Intel Atom-powered "computer on a stick" or similar machines for ~US$100~~ An HP Stream Mini or other small PC that can run the Steam In-Home Streaming client. ~~The official Intel one is ~US$200, there's third-party options for much less.~~ Avoid the Intel Compute Stick or anything without an Ethernet port as it's apparently arse, thanks /u/VeritasValebit42
If you have an NVIDIA GPU, a Google Nexus Player and Moonlight is a second option.
If you have an nvidia graphics card you can use Moonlight [link] I play with my moga pro, works great.
Nvidia Shield tab let's you stream away from home too ;-)
Here is my suggestion then;
edit: do you want my discord? I can guide you through it tonight.
I'm using an app called Moonlight streaming. It only works if you have a PC with an Nvidia graphics card...but it works pretty well! There is a tiny bit of delay, but not bad for slower games, such as no man's sky =) although I could get the PS4 controller paired, there was a noticable delat with the controller and the phone. I had this set up on my s7 and with a cable, there was no lag...so I just need to figure that out.
For the people that have a "decent" phone (thinking about screen resolution, for instance the older Galaxy S7's QHD screen is more than enough), do yourselft a favor and get a $5 Google cardboard or spend $20 on a Gear VR headset, install a game streaming app like Monlight Game Streaming and try air refueling in DCS. It uses your Wifi so you'll either need a super good connection (idealy 5GHz) or you'll just have a small amount of lag, so you probably won't be able to do real work or dogfights or anything where reactivity is key, but try AAR.
You'll be amazed how much depth perception adds to your experience. I'm pretty good at basket AAR now because I've been refueling almost every sortie for two years, so i'm kinda ok now, but with VR it's unbelievably easy, I found it to be so much easier.
I can not recomment you try this enough. It's a little pain to set up, eats your battery pretty quick so you won't be doing this hours on end, but it's eye opening. It's really good.
I recently started doing this with <strong>Moonlight</strong>, which can also add a virtual gamepad on your phone screen, and since Gwent can be played with an Xbox controller, it is even easier to control than just emulating a mouse on your tiny phone screen.
You can even use a real controller on your phone if you have one!
I've used Moonlight before to stream from my PC to my tablet over my local network. It seemed to work pretty well, although I wouldn't want to use it for really lag-sensitive games.
> I'm guessing you don't but if you want to stream games to your nvidia shield tablet (hehe) get the 960
Not even just your Nvidia shield tablet. The Limelight app for android devices uses the Nvidia's GameStream so you can play many games found on your PC. I was playing XCOM: Enemy Within a few minutes ago on my Galaxy S5. Had a wireless xbox 360 dongle connected to it as well.
This app pretty much sold me on getting a 970 for my next build.
I've only read about it. It looks like it is called limelight on raspberry pi and moonlight on android. Since you have an android device already, try moonlight.
...as I thought, it's Moonlight now. Allows streaming from any PC with a Nvidia GPU.
Apparently there's ways to use that to turn a phone/tablet into an extra screen for the PC.
Limelight is a FOSS implementation of Nvidia's protocols. So you can turn any android phone into a shield. Works OK, but 50-100ms round trip latency.
You can do it with a cell phone and Bluetooth controller (ps3) also.
[link] (play games)
[link] (with controller)
This is probably the wrong subreddit for phone discussion, there isn't a "master race phone" some people here have iPhones, most have Androids, some even have Windows Phones.
If you're coming from an iPhone, chances are you're satisfied with being able to do the bare minimum, so you won't really know what to do with an Android phone.
Samsung in particular give you a pretty bad experience of Android, but I have heard that they scaled back their TouchWiz crap for the S6.
Anyway, if you have an NVidia GPU in your PC I would recommend the recently re-branded "Moonlight Game Streaming" app which turns your Android device into a Shield streaming client; [link]
If your PC streaming server is on ethernet and you have a gamepad available it is a pretty sweet solution.
You don't need to root it at all, rooting is not a standard consumer level experience and you only need to root if you're going to be modifying the operating system or running an app that requires elevated permissions.
For best latency you need to have a phone with snapdragon 800+ or other equivalent. Basically a flagship device from 2012-2013.
Get a wireless controller and plug it in your PC or if you want, connect it to your phone via bluetooth. Or get a wired one with a USB to MICRO USB adapter so you can plug it in your phone/tablet any other android device.
Be on the same network on your android as your PC, just connect to your router with both the phone and PC.
Open up Moonlight app on your phone after you've installed it, follow the app instructions. You should see your computer if you're connected on the same network.
After connecting to your PC, you should see a pop up message on your PC, follow the on-screen instructions and you're done.
If you don't have a controller or your phone is old OR your PC very is old. Don't bother trying.
I use mainly Moonlight, but it requires a nvidia gpu to work. It supports gamepads as well as mouse&keyboard and the image quality is perfect, especially at higher bitrates.
Another option I use sometimes is Steam Link, it supports GPUs from nvidia and AMD, but mouse support is a bit lacking, also it is not working that well with games outside Steam.
Drastic's requirements are pretty light. 1.4Ghz ARM CPU, and that's about it. Better specs needed for high resolution 3D. Pretty much any device since 2014 or so will do.
For Retroarch, specs needed will vary based on the cores used or the settings desired. 8 and 16 bit stuff can run on a toaster but RA supports emulation through Dreamcast and PSP, so specs will depend on your needs.
Higan/BSNES isn't going to happen on an Android device, I don't think. It requires roughly a 3GHz CPU on PC, and Android devices aren't there yet. SNES9x gets it done though, and there are the BSNES-Mercury cores (Mercury Balanced and Mercury Performance will work well on many modern devices).
>I have a pretty good PC already set-up for emulation. Is there a good way to Remote Connect to my PC from my Android phone?
If you have a Nvidia GPU you can use Moonlight to stream from the PC to the phone.
Will never happen cpu isn't powerful enough. You can stream it from ps4 to the psvita though or from pc to mobile phone with moonlight game streaming
[Edit: Only works with Nvidia]
If you have a nvidia gpu in your pc it's super simple to set up. If you haven't installed nvidia experience, do so and enable gamestream in settings.
Install moonlight on your android phone.
Connect wifi to the same router and open moonlight. Select pc and enter the onetime password showing on your pc.
Now all you have to do when you want to play is open moonlight, choose game and play. Supports onscreen controls and physical controllers. No noticable latency.
Ps. If you want to stream over internet you need to open some ports on your router. If you use a Bluetooth controller i recommend 5ghz wifi to avoid interference. I recommend only playing games with controller support although I've won a competetive csgo match at work by connecting a mouse and keyboard to a hub hooked up with a OTG cable to my phone. I also finished a local coop game with a friend by connecting with moonlight over the internet to his pc to play as player 2 (I live in sweden, he in england and game didn't support online multiplayer, low latency aswell). Moonlight can also stream pc to pc (I use this with my laptop when in another part of the house).
If you want to ask more just reply :)
There is moonlight for libreelec or openelec. You can find it in the kodi.tv repo when setting up kodi for i.e. a Rpi.
I tried it yesterday, it's pretty bugged and you'll need a nvidia GTX6/7/9/10 GPU in your host-pc. The mapping for a xbox360 controller is wrong. I found a guy on the kodi-forums who uploaded the right one. Just google it.
Overall, it's unsatisfying in the current state. Moonlight doesn't work with Krypton, just Jarvis which is kind of turn down because you can't have 1080p web videos with Jarvis 16.1.
I've tried the moonlight app for android with my Nexus 5 and that worked just fine out of the box without any fiddling with config-files. Even 1080p streaming.
I hope they improve moonlight for Kodi. It is pretty great, just needs some tweaking.
Game streaming could be a alternative, though it needs a reliable connection to your home gaming desktop rig. Which is not guarenteed when you're travelling haha.
I exprimented with it on my android phone with Moonlight which works surpsingly well as far I tested it, but unfortunatly depends on Nvidia hardware to work on the PC. I kinda fancy the idea of eventually having a powerful desktop rig at home and a cheap laptop for on the go. For most it's probably less hassle to just have one powerful laptop though.
To use the built-in Gamestream you would need a Nvidia graphics card in your PC. If you have a decent bluetooth controller already AND a Nvidia graphics card, you can use Moonlight to stream to any Android device.
There are some competing apps such as Kinoconsole that would also do the job okay for use with a computer with any graphics card. I own a Shield Tab but not a Geforce GPU so that's what I'm stuck with.
Does your PC have a Nvidia Geforce GTX GPU of the 600 series or newer? If that's the case then all you need is to have GeForce Experience installed on your PC and to download this app called "Moonlight Game Streaming" on your android device:
(You'll also need some kind of controller that you can connect to your android device)
I'm using the Moonlight Streaming App (A new GeForce Card is required).
I rooted my phone to use the PS3 Controller without any OTG cables.
And I use the Smart Gameklip to mount my phone.
The phone sits relatively safe in it, even shaking the controller is no problem.
I'm streaming [email protected] without any stutters. Lag is noticeable, but not much.
[email protected] is possible, but I get stutters every few minutes. A 5Ghz WLAN Router would probably help with this problem.
I only have a 2,4Ghz Router and this is enough for [email protected]
Also you can use LimeLight/MoonLight to make your Nvidia drivers think its a shield and stream to it.
> We already have shadowplay locked down
Something of note (although not relevant to the topic of discussion), Moonlight/Limelight allows Shadowplay to another device without needing an nVidia shield. ([link])
Also Raptr isn't as featured, but it's not crappy. It's just... okay.
As far as COD getting items/expansions earlier on Microsoft platforms, that's generally when the platform provider (in this case, Microsoft) pays for exclusive earlier rights although sometimes (Warframe is an example) this is an issue of resource management from the devs (they don't have enough people to work on all versions at once or enough income to hire more people, so they do staged PC/Console rollouts)
But yeah, as far as being able to play a game at all? Nothing frightening. Be unconcerned.
Limelight streams games from your PC over your network to your Android device. It uses the same technology as nVidia Shield since they made it open source.
Edit: Oh and it only works with nVidia cards 600 series and up if I remember correctly.
Not even the windows firewall? I don't mean to nag, I just have to ask.
Can you access a shared folder on your computer through a file manager on the Shield? At least that'd confirm that they can actually "see" each other.
Also, give Limelight a try. It's basically the streaming component of Shield Hub reverse engineered & improved.
Moonlight is available on Android. Wifi streaming is what it's intended to be used for anyways, but I went with a wired setup to get the absolute best quality and latency.
U need app called moonlight and u can download it from google play moonlight
Then you need to know your IP address from your Wi-Fi
Put ur IP in the app
And u r good to go
So looks like i was mistaken, the Play Store description states it has native PS4 compatibility, it's the PS3 controller that requires the app.
You could try the Moonlight app, it lets you stream games from your PC to your device. It does require that you have an Nvidia graphics card though. Otherwise hope Google's Project Stream comes out of beta?
Apart from an official app, whats the difference between using this and Moonlight which i have been using for some time now on any Android device...
> Nvidia doesn't offer GeForce Experience on Linux.
So I reckon something like Shadowplay streaming (similar to steam big picture) which I use to play PC games on android with controller (link) is out of the question.
> Adjusting the clocks of GPU/CPU is still doable but there aren't great graphical tools for it and to my knowledge Nvidia doesn't support changing voltage at all.
Hm, that's problematic :( I really like the feature of AI suite where I can have different OC presets for different programs, as well as the fan curves. And it's not really just setting the clock multiplier, but also the voltage curves etc.
I could always run stock, obviously, however, I feel like I'm losing value and in that case it wouldn't even make sense to upgrade cooling solutions (which is a major part of the fun).
Thank you very much for the answers!
Moonlight uses Nvidia's GameStream but you may have to open a few ports on your router to be able to use it. It should work well with a PS4 controller if you have one.
If you have a compatible nVidia GPU, just use moonlight It'll be much much better.
If you have a Bluetooth controller and your connection is good enough it might even be considered playable for some content.
Hmm, haven't had this issue. Perhaps try using Moonlight (Android App that uses the same Gamestream protocol and works much better in my opinion). I use this over the Nvidia provided app and have zero issues. I can even push 1080 60fps.
Could be for several reasons. Admins restricted from installing stuff on his work computer (TV doesn't require installing), lack of hard drive space (wow is a 40gb beast, kind of hard on these 120gb SSD drives that are otherwise fine for work), his work computer doesn't have the specs to run it (this is still a game and a decent specs are needed, if his machine is old or weak enough he is better off going remote), he could not be running TV from his work computer at all not to get caught (TV can be ran from a phone or tablet), etc.
BTW if your computer has a compatible graphics card (fairly recent Nvidia) and you are remoting from an Android device look into moonlight, a free app dedicated to streaming games that replicates what Nvidia does with Nvidia shield except this can be used with other Android devices too.
There's a version for non rooted and rooted devices. It usually gives way better results than TeamViewer for games.
If you have a newer nVidea card, try Moonlight for your PC games (Links below). It mimics a shield tablet and works great as long as you have decent WiFi (N band or better I would say).
Link to moonlight app: [link]
Link to the PC client: [link]
Works great, the only roadblock is the Nvidia 600 series+ requirement. I have it installed on my Nexus Player right now and it works wonderfully.
O tablet? Pensei que você queria um telefone. Olha, sobre o tablet, com o Moonlight você consegue fazer streaming para qualquer tablet (ou celular) usando o mesmo sistema do Nvidia Shield.
Se a sua idéia é usar o Xperia pra fazer streaming do PS4, também tem esse app que faz a mesma coisa em qualquer celular:
Pessoalmente eu acho o Nvidia Shield muito caro pelo o que ele proporciona, mas aí vai de cada um (e de suas posses financeiras, claro).
Yup, you don't need to buy anything and you can use your Android tablet for it as long as it can run the app. Moonlight Game Stream is also free.
All you need is:
Here's the site
and here's the Google Play page.
Moonlight Streaming runs beautiful and very smooth. Steam Big Picture mode looks great, but the Mouse cursor is slightly off. Fullscreen mode is also a bit bugged. Didn't play around with the settings yet, maybe both issues can be fixed. Screenshot of playing Hearts Of Iron 4 on the Flip (Mouse is fine in HOI4): [link]
In theory, this should work. In practice, you'll probably run into some issues. First that comes to mind is that Steam's big-picture overlay is pretty much required to use the Steam controller. I think Moonlight has an option to stream big picture mode, so maybe that's a workaround. Also, I'm thinking there might be some input latency, depending on the distance to the PC & any walls/furniture in the way. Lastly, and this is fairly minor, I would think that since the device wouldn't be getting any direct input, you'd probably have to deal with the screen dimming every 20 minutes or so as it thinks you're not doing anything.
I just got my nVidia shield tablet today. Started up SWBF no problem. Hooked it up to my TV and SWBF crashes every time. WTF, I'll continue to research this and let you know if I find anything.
Edit: I tried installing Moonlight: [link] - very easy to setup.
I had success with it so far however I felt the game didn't play too well. Also once I change the settings from 720 to 1080 the game will then again crash when I try to stream it. I'm wondering if resolution happens to be a factor here...
USB otg cable if you have an android phone. Install moonlight and plug in a gamepad and you'll be able to stream your games flawlessly to your phone. The best part it the cable cost tuppence and the app is free. The same app exists in iOS but I've not tried it so I can't make any recommendation.
PS: There is a root version of moonlight too.
Try Moonlight on the play store
If that also has the problem, then it's likely your home's network setup. You can find a lot of help at moonlight's XDA thread here:
It works quite well with Moonlight (an nVidia Gamestream clone) and the app is kept pretty well up to date, very minimal lag (most of my testing was playing The Vanishing of Ethan Carter at 720 but otherwise max specs).
I own the 49" 4k Sony TV and it played almost every video codec I tried. I only had one file that didn't work, unfortunately I don't know the specifics anymore.
Kodi runs beautifully on the TV, I use it mainly for IPTV but local video playback works fine as well. If you really have playback issues, you could transcode the files on your NAS (with Plex, Emby or something similar).
The Sony TV also has the advantage of exclusive apps like Amazon Instant Video, which you have to sideload on the Shield.
Game streaming should work with Moonlight.
Just had to install this app, Moonlight which is NOT from Nvidia, but worked for me just fine. The requirements are listed on the app page.
If you don't need to use Chromecast and have an Android tablet with HDMI, you can check out Limelight Game Streaming.
You must have any of the following for it to work:
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 600/700/800/900 series desktop or mobile GPU (GT-series GPUs won't work)
NVIDIA GeForce Experience (GFE) 2.2.2 or higher
It's in the regular Android App store, no sideloading needed. Just search for Moonlight and it will be easy to find.
You got it for remote play? Have you ever used moonlight? It is straight up the best remote play I have ever used BY FAR. I have a Samsung tab 7 plus and I get 120 fps 1440 resolution with very very little lag. Where remote play is good but moonlight blows it out of the water by alot. Plus that is my exact pc specs and it runs perfectly. [link]
Do you have an Nvidia card in your computer? If so, you really owe it to yourself to also try Moonlight. Lower latency than Steamlink.
If you're talking about Moonlight Game Streaming, it's available in the Google Play Store for the Boox Note 2. I can't vouch for the quality of the experience though.
This and remote desktop apps from Microsoft and Remotr will work on the Note 2 as well (or better) than any other eink device (including it's big brother the Max 3 since they are basically the same devices just with different size screens).
Personally I use Moonlight to stream games to my Switch. It implements the GameStream protocol, so "just works" with GeForce Experience.
Yes and yes
There's a free open source software/app called moonlight steamingmoonlight steaming that has done ask this for a while. It allows you to steam up to 4k 60+fps if your network allows it. Works on local and remote networks and is really fuckin easy to setup if you have a gaming pc. I've been playing Witcher 3 at 1080p on my Huawei P8 lite with a Xbox controller bluetooth to the phone. It's all free and seriously awesome.
You can try using an App like Moonlight
this will make your Android a Shield device. I hope this helps, I have not tested if it will enable you to see the other games.
Yeah moonlight has an android app.
It is certainly worth a try (and its free, with no ads to boot).
It's a straight up opensource implementation of the Nvidia Game streaming client.
PC/MAC/Linux/Android/iOS/Rasberry Pi versions of the client exist.
I will say my best experience using it has always been on gigabit wired networking however. (laptop with usb ethernet + wire back into my wired network, and source machine wired networking).
The phone does a good job of it also; however I don't have a controller that works with my phone so I've had to use the onscreen controls which just aren't very good when you need so many buttons for modern games.
I have no idea how well it works but I imagine controllers could be an issue.
> oculus go moonlight app (the one modified to work on oculus go).
People are referring to that app by the wrong name in my opinion. It's actually an updated version of an app called Stream Theater. It does utilize the Moonlight protocol, but it is not actually called Moonlight (at least it shouldn't be if we want to avoid confusion).
This is the Android version of the Moonlight app that is relevant here in this thread: [link]
You wont find what you're looking for in the Oculus TV app, you'll find it in the Unknown Sources section of the library in Oculus Home, and it will probably be called "Oculus Cinema SDK" (it utilizes parts of the old Oculus Cinema framework for the theater environments).
Was having all the same problems until i found this absolute GEM of a program. It fixed everything for me. Just make sure you have your controllers ON, and then start up the moonlight app. Literally every single game works now as intended. For the record, I'm using 4 XBOX360 wireless controllers with the official Microsoft wireless dongle attached to my Shield
Moonlight (install on your Shield): [link]
Nothing wrong with liking a brand =) the razor phone isn't perfect, but yeah, there are a lot of people who hate it because it isn't their "perfect phone".
I'm not familiar with 8bitDo, so I don't think I can help you much there =/ however if you PC game, I would highly recommend this app: [link]
It is great for streaming if you have an Nvidia gpu. I hope you enjoy your phone =)
This doesn't solve your Stream Theater problem, but have you tried doing what you're trying to do by running Moonlight inside PhoneCast VR instead?
I also recommend the Moonlight Game Streaming app if you plan to stream games from your desktop to the shield. I find it's a much nicer experience and allows you to tweak the bandwidth and resolution. If you plan to stream games from Nvidia (Gefore Now), naturally you'll have to use the Nvidia app.
Get an Android smartphone with your preferred controller grips or clip, and download the Moonlight app. There's also a Root Version with mouse-related enhancements.
Moonlight is a 3rd party app that taps into Gamestream with the same requirements (IE, GFE).
You can find it on the Google Play store here and the App Store here.
Moonlight Game Streaming - Android Apps on Google Play
If you have an Nvidia GPU on your PC and like game stream on your mobile phone because why not? PCMASTERRACE
If you have an Nvidia GPU you can use moonlight and opentrack. I plan on trying it out once the VR headset I ordered from prime day gets in.
Can always stream it to your Android device with moonlight.
And for rooted devices
Lenovos upcoming tablet might be your best option.
It has worse gaming performance, and it wont as many updates, but the extra ram and all glass build makes it a good alternative. It also has a 10 inch variant, if you're in to that.
And the app Moonlight enables nvidia gamestream on any Android device.
Tangent, but, I'd like to also spread awareness that you can stream your PC / Nvidia GameStream to your Android phone as well, with Moonlight!
I have used it, it's super great, and works with the DS4 through my Xperia phone flawlessly.
If you have a decent Nvidia card in a PC, you can run Moonlight to stream FTL to an Android device:
I'm not sure how the touch controls would work with it, however.
> Does the streamed-to device require nice specs
I don't really know how its implemented, but I believe its just like streaming a YT video, the actual rendering is obviously done on your PC. I tried on my ~3 year old OnePlus One and the app itself didn't seem to have any lag or similar issues (like I mentioned before, I had some network issues when I entered a room where the WiFi doesn't fully penetrate). So I believe with a Pixel C (and a good router) you'll be good as gold.
> Does game streaming rely on ISP
I think its all done on your local network (it works for me even when my router isn't connected to the internet), so no.
The best thing is, its free, so you can just try it and see for yourself! (Play Store link)
Yes. Well, not using the standard Steam client to Steam client method that you would from, say, a desktop to a laptop, but there is an app called Moonlight that is an open source implementation of the software used on the nVidia Shield, so if you have a supported nVidia graphics card you can use Moonlight for Android to connect to Steam on your PC - [link]
I've been using it for a while (it used to be called Limelight) on my Android phone and tablet and also used to have it on a Raspberry Pi before I bought a Steam Link.
Well I don't own a shield but I have used the Moonlight game streaming app and it uses the same shield architecture and hardware in the Nvidia card. You just start the game and it starts steam and opens the game on your computer on it's own. It's kind of a hassle if certain games have a weird login mechanism but you can work around it.
There are a few different ways to stream through android phones and to TVs, the SHIELD just makes it easy and reliable. Plus the TV stuff I do not know much about.
I don't have this chromebook so I may not be much help, but you could try downloading the app called moonlight which can be used for streaming as long as you have a fairly current nvidia card. Also if the issue is only with android apps you could also try to dual boot linux and download steam. From there you can use steam in home streaming.
No, Moonlight is just an app on Google play. You need Nvidia Geforce Experience installed on the PC.
>Frames Decoded: <number of frames> | <FPS>
Yes I believe so.
I was playing around last night, and discovered that after connecting a bluetooth game pad, Moonlight Game Streaming from my PC works really smoothly.
Nvidia GameStream is the only way to go. It's not cheap. You need a high-end Nvidia gaming card in the PC ($200) , a nice high-powered 802.11ac router ($150) and a quad-core or better tablet/phone as the target. The Nvidia Shield is ideal, but you don't need one. You can use the open-source software Moonlight.
If you try going back in to the game, does it just dump you out again?
Before you load the game, click the gear icon on the poster and set the video mode to 720p30, or just something different, and try that.
I'd also recommend everyone install Moonlight, not just because it's awesome, but it also helps with troubleshooting, since it's a little more verbose about connection errors.
This app: [link]
And then all you need is GeForce Experience.
Then you can play games from your PC on any android phone/tablet.
If you want to output out to a TV get a MHL cable.
Also it supports bluetooth controllers/mouse and keyboard.
well i mean, if you have an android device, there's an app called Moonlight that connects to the NVIDIA GameStream service thing that it uses.
Does Moonlight work for you? If it has the same problem, then it's likely an issue with your GFE install on your PC. I would recommend rescanning your games or reinstalling nvidia's software.
Gameworks... I've got a GTX 970 and I still avoid it like the plague :(
Gamestream is really cool though, works with this android app
Shadowplay currently saves temp stuff to the drive, with no option for RAM (yet). This can be changed if you use ramdisk to create a temp folder to save the videos to.
Of course, you can stream Steam and your PC games to a lot of devices. Here's Steam being streamed from my PC to my phone.
Nvidia's tablet will have gamestream built in.
Hrm. Developer here, sorry for all the bugs :}
Have you tried using Moonlight? If Moonlight works, then something's going screwy with Stream Theater. If it doesn't, then it's likely the PC configuration.
Just a guess but GeForce Experience might not have detected any programs to run. Open GeForce Experience and on the Preferences tab, and scan for games on the games section, or in the SHIELD section, add any executable with the '+' button. (C:\Windows\System32\mstsc.exe will drop you to the windows desktop, but sound might not work for some things like internet browsers)
If that doesn't help, you could try reinstalling the nvidia software. I know it seems kind of dramatic, but it sometimes solves some weird issues.
Let me know how it goes.
The computer with the plus sign is just for manual IP entry if you can't autodetect it for whatever reason, most people won't have to use it. Usually the flashing stops after a few seconds for me and my desktop shows up, although sometimes I have to hit the back button once. This area needs work for sure, but time has been a bit tight lately.
Having your computer plugged into the network with a wifi router is fine. That's how mine is set up right now.
I dunno, I've always been an Nvidia guy and I was sort of interested in trying out the Moonlight game streaming app since I'd be upgrading from a 460 GTX (I know, it's been a while since my last gpu upgrade). For the sake of conversation, why do you like Radeon over nvidia?
Have you tried Moonlight?
I haven't been able to properly test the IP entry so it might just be broken. If Moonlight works for you then I'll have to fix something.
I have actually had some luck with the Nexus player and the moonlight app but it does restrict you to the later Nvidia video cards
I think you are better off waiting for the steam link.
Get Moonlight :P [link] Then all you need is steam open and your PC's IP if connecting through the Internet or just open the APP if you want to do it locally.
I know how to do it with Nvidia hardware. What you need is a compatible GPU and this app.
Go to GeForce Experience and make sure you have game streaming set to on. In the app your PC should automatically be recognized and it will ask for a code to verify you're connecting to the right PC. After that just select your game and enjoy!
There are 2 ways
CEMU emulator to play Wii U games
Nvidia GPU for Moonlight Game Streaming (on Android, follow the instructions to set it up so you can play outside the network)
Android Phone / Tablet (there are PS4 cellphone holders so you can attach your android phone to the PS4 controller. Take a look at this) edit: I forgot to say if you want to use a tablet this is what I use and it is pretty great with my 10.5" tablet (here it is)
It works better in your network (depending on how good your router is) but it 100% works when you are outside your network.
Just a FYI with an android device+controller (optional TBH)+Moonlight Game Streaming (remember, requires a Nvidia GPU) you can stream ANY game on your PC to your Android device.
In case some other people don't know, Moonlight exists (formerly Limelight,). It gives Nvidia shield game streaming ability to your phone, the guys behind it are even doing an iOS version which is currently in beta, you need jailbreak your phone. They even have desktop versions available, you can download them HERE. and Steam streaming sucks if compared to it, much much higher latency and impact on performance.
Google Play link for normal version.
Google Play link for root version (Full mouse capture).
All you need is a controller, connect it either to your phone or your PC and enjoy your PC games on your phone, the first feeling when you're playing a full PC game on your phone is really amazing.
Heres an article for an app on PC
I think this could be the app OP is using, Android
Github for the iOS version, which is in beta
And for those not on PC, here's a XDA post of a PS4 Remote Play App that can be installed on other Android phones that aren't made by Sony
Xbox One users, wait for Windows 10?
Ew the latency is probably horrible. Try something like this if you have an Nvidia card: [link]
1x USB OTG Cable: [link]
1x UtorCase (Not a perfect fit): [link]
Moonlight Game Streaming: [link]
1x Xbox 360 controller (My PS4 controller won't connect)
A PC with a Nvidia graphics card that supports game streaming although you could also use the setup for native emulators etc on the phone itself.
I use Moonlight to get my PC to code stuff in bed. For transparent keyboard (to see everything beneath it) I use Hacker's Keyboard. I use Humble bundle to get some cheap games, Reddit is Fun for reddut.
I used to use xperia clock for the looks, but now - since I'm on Zenfone - I am using stock Zen UI Clock. They are both cool and have their own perks.
By now I think I'm using my android to the fullest. Some use it for more advanced stuff with a Tasker, but I don't need it at this point of my life. If you don't think often "damn, I wish my phone did that" then you're good with your phone.
I'm going on vacation around Labor Day weekend. I leave Thursday night which means I'll have less than 3 days to enjoy MGS V:TPP between work, sleep and eating. This bummed me out so I bought a few gadgets so I could play at the hotel.
For anyone else who's interested here's everything I bought/have already:
Download Nvidia Gameforce Experience, Download Moonlight on your Android phone, make sure your on the same wifi network as your PC, find your PC and it should give you a code to type in on your PC + phone, hook up your various mounts and cables to your phone, load up the app, choose a game and start playing.
Over wifi it's almost like I'm playing directly using the controller on my PC. Almost zero latency. I tried over LTE and had similar results inside my house. I've also tried at work which is about 10 miles away and it worked just as well over both wifi and LTE. Obviously network speed will be a factor and I'm assuming distance will also be a factor. I'm hoping the hotel has fast enough internet (app says you need about 5mbps) and the distance isn't too much of an issue for me. I'll be traveling about 300 miles away so my fingers are crossed.
Does the Nexus 6 have a tegra chip? No? Oh, well it doesn't matter. There's an app that let's you stream games.
Stream games to your phone for playing.
Try this (You need an nvidia gpu as it uses the shield streaming thingy)
Take a look at this.
You 100% can stream games to your phone and hook a controller up to play.
I run GTA 5 to my Nexus 7 so I can play while laying in bed.
My idea for the cheapest ghetto shield.
LG Optimus Exceed 2 (you gotta bypass activation)
In all it comes out to $22.7 not counting tax or shipping. Plus both are prime for shipping.
LimeLight I'm assuming.
Moonlight for PCs with Nvidia graphics cards that support GameStream, otherwise you could use Splashtop or Teamviewer.
You can stream games to the Nexus Player too by installing Moonlight.
Fake news! [link]
Game streaming app: [link]
Xbox One controller usage: [link]
PlayStation 4 controller usage: [link]
If you've got a fairly new nvidia card (600+ series) this will work flawlessly [link]
Or Moonlight if you have an NVIDIA GPU...
What like an Nvidia shield? Or moonlight
Give Moonlight Streaming a try if you have a Nvidia card it works like their Gamestream service allowing you to play over LAN
Equivalent for PC: [link]
I paid 70 for mine a while back. Not sure if it was worth it then, but it sure is now.
Just the ability to stream games with Moonlight makes it a no brainer for me. You really need a wired connection for it, but that's fine for me. USB wireless KB/Mouse and XBox dongle and I'm good to go.
Have you tried calling Nvidia? Maybe they can help. There isn't anything that is exactly like the Shield, BUT FEAR NOT.
If you have a controller like these, this or this or really any Bluetooth controller and an android device, along with an NVIDIA GPU above a 660, You can use this app to stream your games to your device from your powerfullerest PC.
*Android 4.4 and above needed.
That's what I use to stream from my PC to my tablet/phone.
Perfect. In that case you're able to take advantage of pretty much every low-latency desktop streaming solution there is. Moonlight Game Streaming running inside Oculus TV, Steamlink running inside Oculus TV, and whatever else.
As for native Oculus Mobile apps you can try Moonlight for Oculus Go and even ALVR combined with the Steam VR version of Virtual Desktop (or just Steam Home). All of these solutions, in one way or another, will allow you to run whatever emulation software you like on your desktop PC and stream it to your Go in a high quality responsive manner. In most cases you'd just have a gamepad paired directly with your PC instead of your Go.
Something to consider if you're up for the adventure :)
you can stream any game you can add to steam.
I asked because if the PC in question has a Gamestream compatible GPU, and is running Windows 7 or newer, you might want to consider a Moonlight solution:
And here are some other solutions:
Or even OculusGoStreamer.
Or whatever else I've neglected to mention.
If you have an Nvidia graphics card you could use
There's no solution for running DeX in VR yet. The closest alternative is PC desktop streaming via GameStream/Moonlight. There's a couple of ways you can do this:
Since you have a Note 8 both solutions are available to you, assuming you have a desktop/laptop with a GameStream compatible Nvidia card.
The remote desktop app is running on the host machine, and GameStream/Moonlight is taking care of the actual streaming, so these are very responsive solutions that are good enough for gaming and even movies (there are easier ways to stream movies, but you can jump into one this way as well if you want a quick break from whatever virtual desktop stuff you might be doing).
I think it's probably still the case that there is no way to do it directly, but you can stream your Xbox to your PC and then stream your desktop to your Phone/Gear VR either by using Stream Theater, or by running Moonlight in PhoneCast VR. Obviously you'll need a supported video card.
I don't know how bad the delay is going to get though.
A few ideas:
Stream your PC desktop using Moonlight. This solution is responsive enough to be used for movies and games, though you can of course stream games directly. Similar to Stream Theater in essence but less buggy overall.
Launch sideloaded Gear VR apps (such as those available on SideloadVR) by locating them in Gala Launcher. This might not sound useful until you realize that these apps normally need to be launched from outside of VR, before you put the headset on, which is disruptive.
Launch a Daydream app to cause some trouble. It will be constrained to the virtual screen but when you close it the Gear VR platform will get kicked out of low-persistence mode and you'll be able to see what Oculus Home (and whatever else) looks like without it. This is silly, but interesting. Be warned though: it might make you queasy (though no more than the Cardboard platform would).
For Nvidia GPUs there is Moonlight. It works really well for me.
It works with any tablet.
You need a 600+ series nvidia video card.
Yes you can, [link]
Im assuming you have an NVidia powered PC since you are considering a shield already
If you have a gaming PC with an nvidia GPU, moonlight is great.
Links for the lazy:
Check out moonlight
If you have a supported video card you can stream your PC desktop using Moonlight inside PhoneCast VR like this.
Or you could just use Bigscreen which is available for the Go as well. See this: [link]
There's an unofficial GameStream client for Android called Moonlight, it works pretty much on any Android device.
This is what i use. Moonlight.
1 million downloads, 4.3 rating. Very good and reliable. I'm glad they are getting funding.
Speeds are limited to 2.0, but you can certainly have a virtual desktop experience with your Gear VR if you like. There are a few ways to do it but here are the methods that I personally think produce the best results:
The thing to understand here is that the remote desktop app is running on the host machine, and GameStream/Moonlight is taking care of the actual streaming. So it's a very responsive solution that is good enough for gaming and even movies (I mean there are easier ways to stream movies, but you can jump into one this way as well if you want a quick break from whatever virtual desktop stuff you might be doing).
The first solution unfortunately requires you to launch an app before you put the headset on (unless you have an S8, S8+ or Note 8 in which case there are ways to launch Stream Theater from within PhoneCast VR), and the second solution only works if you have an S8, S8+ or a Note 8 because they are the only devices on which PhoneCast VR runs. Both solutions require that the host PC has a relatively modern Nvidia GPU.
None of these methods require that you use a USB to Ethernet adapter though since even a half-decent wireless connection is usually sufficient.
There are two ways to use Moonlight, the android app: [link]
And the Chrome extension: [link]
If both are blocked and you have android app access on that device you could try [link]
If you have an Android tablet or phone, try this:
You can just download moonlight to your android phone/tablet, and get a phone clip for your controller. A cheap ipega will do as well. Moonlight was reverse engineered from Gamestream, so it's just about the same thing. The biggest difference is that Moonlight doesn't offer an on screen keyboard for whatever reason.
If you have an android tablet you already can stream your PC games to it, moonlight can use nvidia stream
If you got an NVidia GPU you can try Moonlight for games.
Splashtop has a set of remote desktop streaming tools as well. Splashtop 2 Remote Dekstop for streaming your desktop and Splashtop Remote PC Gaming for streaming games.
I've used Moonlight with success in the past but I have no experience with Splashtop.
Moonlight has this feature.
Take a look at Moga. Pretty portable 360-style controller with bluetooth and a clip to hold your phone. I love it. If you have a higher end Nvidia GPU you can even use Moonlight to stream PC gamers onto your phone with it as a controller using the Shield API.
Also while I'm on it, if you played the original Quake... I got Powis VR 2.0 cardboard and modified it to strap to my head then run Quake for Google Cardboard. It's a complete Sterioscopic VR experience of Quake using a bluetooth controller for moment, jumping, shooting, etc. Possibly the most novel experience of my life. It's beautifully rendered, head tracked, etc with depth perception... It's a fucking trip. Anyone that has cardboard and a gamepad should try it.
Shield is not required for game streaming btw. You can easily use this: [link]
That's what I was going to suggest. For the average person, that's probably the simplest way to do it, even if it is kind of expensive. If one were more tech inclined though (and possibly already had an android tablet), you could use the Moonlight app. Does the same thing as the Shield devices do but it runs on any android device. Regardless you would need an Nvidia Geforce GTX 600 series or newer card in your computer and a substantial router (N900+ or AC).
Just for completeness, links to the Nvidia Shield devices:
PC game streaming.... try Moonlight.
Looks like there's a few different ways to pull this off. Appstore's most popular app is Moonlight.
If you have an NVIDIA card
For nVidia users: [link] (it's free!)
Browsers on Android do not support cursor lock, so I suggest Moonlight if you have Nvidia GPU.
To be fair, you could have googled that yourself.
this is the program they're talking about
I use Moonlight
It's free but you need an NVIDIA video card
Moonlight Game Streaming | 4.4 rating | Free | 1,000,000+ downloads | Search manually
> This app streams games, programs, or your full desktop from an NVIDIA GameStream-compatible PC on your local network or the Internet using NVIDIA GeForce Experience. Mouse, keyboard, and controller input is sent from your Android ...
I suppose there's game streaming using an app like Moonlight.
Moonlight is way better
Geforce experience using moonlight
Already a thing
I setup a Moonlight server on my PC (Requires an NVidia GPU) - I won't go through details on setting it up, you can find all the info on setting up a Moonlight server on their website and github.
I installed the Moonlight Android App on my Chromebook - You can also use the Chrome Extension on a Chromebook. But on my current device, there's a bug where the Mouse won't work so you need a controller. The Android app is working just fine though.
I add a manual "game" to GeForce Experience "Shield" settings "C:\windows\system32\mstsc.exe" and name it "Desktop" - Running this in the Moonlight client will actually stream your entire desktop. Steam Link however won't consider it a desktop, there's a whole other workaround to get Steam Link to show the desktop.
Finally I run Moonlight on my Chromebook, select "Desktop" and then I can boot any application I want on my PC including GeForce Now.
Running Desktop on Steam Link:
Currently the only way I figured out was to add a Non-Steam game to my Steam Library, I have a .bat file that simply has the line "pause" in it. I run that on the Steam Link app with a Mouse connected. Middle Mouse Click for some reason shows the entire desktop - then I just focus any application that isn't my .bat file and I can control my desktop and run whatever I want from there.
Give it a try with moonlight, its essentially the same as gamestream but offers some more granular settings options
Moonlight can make this happen today if you have a GeForce card.
Apparently steam is making an in-home steaming app.
Actually you totally can play it on mobile.
Ever try moonlight?
Certo che puoi, Moonlight + un buon wifi :)
Do you happen to have a GameStream compatible Nvidia card in your host PC? If so, have you compared the performance of the Android RDP client running via PhoneCast to Moonlight running via PhoneCast, with the Microsoft Remote Desktop Client running locally on the host PC and streaming via GameStream? Theoretically at least it should provide a more responsive solution for desktop use and will definitely do so if you want to play some games.
Search this sub for Moonlight there have been a number of threads about it.
I had problems with multi controllers when using gamestream as well. I ended up switching to Moonlight which worked much better. [link]
I haven't used it personally but there is a way to stream games to a nexus player.
If you have an NVidia graphics card try Moonlight
You can play pretty much any game on your phone using Moonlight.
I'm looking forward to this.
There is an open source app called moonlight, it works surprisingly well actually
Why do you have to cast to Kodi? You could use Moonlight Game Streaming app ( [link] ) if you got an Nvidia card.
Did it ever work better, or has it always been like this?
How well does Moonlight work?
This is the app he talks about (this is the version for rooted devices with additional features), it emulates a Nvidia Shield device. It's also available for iOS, though limited by Apple's restrictions
OP you can stream to almost any current gen android device using this program. Its not mine but I swear by it: [link]
for unrooted: [link]
for rooted: [link]
I have the GFE v126.96.36.199,this moonlight app from the playstore and the default windows firewall.
With this app right here: [link]
I can even use it outside my home.
edit: wait, that still requires an nvidia card. there's an app like this that doesn't, though. i'll update if i can remember it.
You need an NVIDIA graphics card, and for your phone/tablet you need the Moonlight app.
Reverse engineered gamestream client. Handy for when Nvidia/Valve stuff something up. Some people get better performance than the official client.
Very first things first, I'd recommend downloading [link] and making sure that it works for you first. My app is a derivative of that one and it's more stable and better for troubleshooting your computer and network.
Just to make sure, did you follow the instructions at:
and download your oculussig_####### file?
If not, do that (or use Sideload tool: [link] )
Then put that file and StreamTheater.apk in the directory with the standalone injector, and run this command at the command line (no quotes, change the #'s to your file's name):
"run.bat StreamTheater.apk oculussig_########"
Good luck, let me know if you get stuck anywhere.
I'm going to be looking into gaminganywhere, because my internet is awesome and my university's internet is awesomer, but it should work for what you want.
You could also try Moonlight it does the same as the nvidia shield series on any android machine, a banana pi with ethernet and that would be interesting.
for those of you who have nvidia cards and an android phone you can use an app called moonlight to stream games to your android tablet or phone, its pretty cool, oi oi
If you have an Android device that can do HDMI output, Moonlight will work and won't require you to put a PC close to the TV.
The Nexus Player is a good option and is $70 at Best Buy right now.
Now that I think about it. You can do this from any android device as long as you have a Nvidia game streaming capable card using this app [link]
used to be called limelight but they recently changed the name, try it out and let me know.
The only necessity is a compatible nvidia graphics card.
If you have an nVidia card and GeForce Experience, download the Moonlight app for Android (not sure about iPhone alternatives) and you can stream it from your PC as if you were playing on your phone. This is how I'm currently playing Grisaia.
For android you can use this.
Use LimeLight/MoonLight, it makes your Nvidia drivers think that it's a Shield.
It uses nVidia cards I believe on server side
There are ways to stream it, and since have an nvidia card you can get a android stick and get limelight on that (now called moonlight) and stream, and then hook up wireless controllers to your pc. That would easily work. And there are cheaper android sticks. I actually find the xbox controllers pretty comfy.
This might be what you're looking for. But I think u have to have an Nvidia gpu.
There are streaming solutions that can work, but it wont be anywhere close to the quality of 4k. You can use a newer android device and a nVidia 700gtx or higher card and stream (you'll need a microUSB to hdmi cable) but the controller can get some serious lag if you use bluetooth and a 2.4 ghz wifi router. Moonlight is the app for this.
If you want you can buy an actual Shield (what the moonlight app emulates) and that would probably work better.
Just get a long ass hdmi if you want quality.
What would be the best Tablet to use for things like Netflix, Internet, and also using Moonlight Game Streaming while letting me use an Xbox One controller via an OTG Cable, and maybe easily rootable (But doesn't need to be)
I may not be the best qualified to reply, but you kinda deserve one.
This may be a stupid suggestion, I am a Dutchman, and I have no military experience whatsoever. But there's bound to be some sort of modern civilization where you're deployed, perhaps you can find a replacement TV?
Like you suggest, there are applications for streaming to tablets. (found this after a Google for 'stream gaming to tablet')
Another relatively low effort solution is to try and figure out if there's something wrong with the cable going to (and into) the television. Perhaps there's a connection issue there. (Does touching the cabled affect the blue lines?)
Give Limelight a try, there's also a version for rooted devices that has even better mouse support. I'm using the root version on mine and play both WoW and Arma 3 without any issues.
Not sure if mouse4/5 works, but the standard stuff is flawless imo.
There's an app for that.
As far as I know, Comcast uses asymmetrical upload/download speeds. Your upload is like 12 Mbps (still possibly to stream, but other uploads may interfere with it).
More recent NVIDIA graphics cards can apparently use something called Game Stream to stream games to NVIDIA Shield devices. Except those devices are kind of expensive and I don't know if they work across the Internet or are LAN-only (a VPN connection might solve this).
GTX cards (and some AMD cards) are built-in x264 recorders, so that makes transmitting video a lot easier/less processor intensive. NVIDIA seems to have embraced more than AMD, though (better software support by NVIDIA).
Looking around, there's something called Moonlight Game Streaming (used to be called LimeLight). It seems able to do computer-to-Android or computer-to-computer, though that one is in beta. And it only works with recent GTX cards.
Bear in mind, streaming the games still might have bad latency/performance even with proper software and a VPN. If you've already got the equipment it's worth a shot, but I wouldn't bother spending any money on this.
[link] is what I use.
Open Broadcasting Software. Zero performance hit, and has the same "shadow" functionality as Shadowplay.
Small percentage of users, but more importantly AMDs Linux support isn't as horrible as it used to be.
There is an alternative to Nvidia's proprietary protocols, but I personally haven't trusted it with mine as I have ATI cards. Its called Limelight and I've heard great things about it thus far. I sideloaded it to my Player without issue, but since I don't have Nvidia, I haven't been able to test it just yet.
Get the Limelight app that basically mimics the NVIDIA SHIELD's receiver application. You'll need a USB OTG cable and a wired controller, or a dual-analog Bluetooth one.
XDA thread with tons of detail, probably more than you need
Here's the Google Play link
It works with both wired or wireless controllers but there's a small tweak you'd have to do on your android if you want to use wireless.
You can also use limelight on any compatible android device if you don't want to foot the money for a new portable. I use it with a wireless Bluetooth controller I got off amazon and it works great with my galaxy s5.
It works with both wired or wireless controllers but there's a small tweak you'd have to do on your android if you want to use wireless.
get this app
and this controller
and you can very easily do this an any android phone
>Would this work on a iPad? If not, what's the cheapest tablet that I could use for in-home streaming?
For iOS/Android there is the Splashtop Desktop app as an alternative. It gets 30-60 fps over LAN WiFi.
Splashtop Desktop - Battlefield 3
From the video linked, the developers show the BF3 campaign at a surprisingly good framerate. Working with the touch controls gets annoying though.
As someone else in this thread already mentioned there is also Limelight for Android
which supports controllers on some devices.
While these apps may not be great it shows that the ability is there to have high quality game streaming on mobile devices.
If Valve would step its mobile development up there's no reason why we couldn't have the steam in home streaming on iOS/Android. But by the look of the Steam app, that probably won't happen any time soon.
while you would just need a pc and a waterresistant android tablet. [link]
Limelight (with device) + Nvidia Experience = instant touchscreen.
You can Gamestream with your phone, just not with an nvidia app. [link]
I see what you mean, but I'm impartial to Nvidia personally. (Not just for Shadowplay, but for the GameStream feature to use with Limelight as well.) But I will look further into this more, I appreciate your time.
If you have an NVidia card you should be A-OK. Look up the Limelight streaming app for android, it lets you stream games via ShadowPlay.
if you have an nvidia video card give this a try hahaha
You can try Moonlight Game Streaming
I deal with the same thing. The only way around it is to use Moonlight. [link]
I personally use Moonlight more than Gamestream. Its way better at multi-controller support than Gamestream.
If you have an NVidia gpu and an Android device, phone or tablet. I would recommend Moonlight Streaming I recently started using it again. Seems they have made it smoother, and just works better than when I first tried it. I also bought a clip for a ps3 controller to mount my phone on the controller. So essentially its just a handheld streaming pc, like the NVidia shield. I find myself playing games I didn't play for a long time. Just laying in bed playing a hack and slash of pretty much anything on my steam library. Not to mention you can play anywhere in the house and play your android games with the controller.
PC + Steam + Nvidia Experience + Limelight = play any game on your Android device
Splashtop has really huge delay if compared to Nvidia's Gamestream.
The controller doesn't need to be plugged in to the phone, you can just use a wireless Xbox controller connected to your pc and use your phone as a screen, or tablet.
Here's the Google play link for LimeLight stream app.
Not that way, but I did manage to stream a few games via Moonlight and that was pretty cool.
If you are doing this via the Nexus player make sure you set it to use software decoding instead of hardware decoding.