More testing today...
Dlink DIR-510L as my field router...
http://www.dlink.com.au/home-sol ... -router-and-charger
Airshare app on bt 200's
Used the stock apple airplay to mirror to the BT 200's....
Worked great.. flew two batt packs back to back no problems.
So Do i need a Apple Airplay to sync up to a DLink DIR-510L so my Movero goggles can then connect to that? and how does the WAXRAIN app come in to play?
thanks for your help Claydoc911, I am just trying to understand the setup so i can replicate it
ok... here you go..
1. Download Airpin Pro app from Waxrain. (or Amazon app store, I did it this way.)
2. Install Airpin pro on the BT 200's
3. Restart Bt 200's and the airpin pro app starts automatically.
4. Connect both Bt 200's and your Apple device to the DLink router via wifi.
5. Startup Airplay on your apple device ( swipe up from bottom of screen)
6. Select your Bt 200 device from Apple airplay
7. Select screen mirroring.
8. Start DJI app
I tested last night with two full flights (+40) mins with out any problems...
I had to do this as my Android device (TAB S) wont work at this time due to the firmware problems and video lag in the app.
So using my iPhone 6+
I use the Dlink DIR-510L as its AC750 speeds and is portable...
Any questions? please just ask.
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So all this is wireless, Except for the apple airplay device will that not need to be plugged into an outlet. This could be a problem as most of my flights are on the water.
also if my Moveros have that micro USB connector on the side for charging could I not connect to controller or is that only for charging?
Instead of using the router is it possible for you to create an Ad-Hoc network to connect the iOS device?
Awesome, that's really low latency - thank you! How about the latency from an iOS device to the BT-200 using AirPlay? Might be hard, need to point the camcorder lens into the BT-200 eyeglass, but should be possible...