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Transferring Video Data through RDP onto Mobile


I wasn't really sure where to post this. This seemed like the most applicable forum (Mobile). I am trying to write an application to remotely access my Windows 10 PC from my mobile Android phone. The main thing I want to do over this remote connection is play PC games. So that while I am away from my PC on my travels I can play a game. That way I can play high end video games through a mobile platform. As far as input is concerned for gaming, you might be able to pair a Bluetooth enabled gamepad to the phone and use that as input for playing more complex games that wouldn't work with just touch screen input.

However, I am not sure how to best achieve this. Is Intel's IoT platform the way to go here? I know there are applications that use RDP for android already, like Teamviewer. However, I don't think it is optimized for something like 1080p gaming. I don't think RDP in general is the best solution. I would like to state that I am aware of mobile data speeds and how they would likely create lag between the client and server. So my aim would be to develop this for a strong Wi-Fi connection. Maybe in the future when 5G comes around this would be possible for mobile.

Anyway, I am not sure how to best achieve this, and I wasn't sure if Intel had any development platforms or libraries that would help with this. Thanks!

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Hello, please check with the Intel (R) XDK Forum:  Thanks, Thai


According to users who like shooting family videos, this Mobile Video Transfer (Windows/Mac) software is pretty practical to help transfer videos between Mobile phone and computer. With it, you can not only backup Mobile videos to PC with ease, but also export movies from computer to mobile phone whenever you want.

With only a few clicks, you can preview all files of your Samsung phone on computer. Then you are allowed to mark multiple or the whole videos on Mobile device to export them to PC in batches. That's indeed convenient and time-saving.


No matter you are fond of watching or recording videos or not, I believe you all have recorded some videos more or less. And once some videos are recorded and saved in the mobile phone. It won't be difficult- MobiKin Assistant for Android (Win & Mac) can help you to achieve this goal easily.