In order to use Intel® WiDi with a DLNA device like Sony PlayStation* 3 game consoles, you must have the following:
- A system with Intel® WiDi software version 3.5X or later installed, along with appropriate video and WiFi drivers.
- A DLNA device with wireless networking enabled.
- Both the system and the DLNA device must be connected to the same wireless access point (AP).
||A DLNA connection does not support protected content, 1080p video, or surround sound.|
To stream your Intel WiDi system display to the DLNA device:
- Launch the Intel WiDi application on your computer.
- Power on your DLNA device, locate the list of video servers and search for Intel WiDi in the list.
- Select Intel WiDi. If the video server list brings up a second Intel WiDi device, select that device.
- A window displays and asks you to allow the screen to be shared with the DLNA device. Click Yes.
At the same time, a message displays on the TV reminding you to allow the screen to be shared.
After a few seconds, the Intel WiDi screen is duplicated on the TV. There is normally a few seconds lag before the screen display.
If you see a longer lag time, or poor streaming performance:
- Check the signal strength from the DLNA device to the AP, and computer to AP.
- Make sure the DLNA device is updated with the most recent software and/or firmware version.
This applies to: