Choppy video when straming from smart phone to PS3
Posted on 2013-12-29
I'm trying to figure out how to stream video from a smart phone (in this case Samsung note 3) to a PS3 or Roku or Belkin screen connect.
This is a problem that I have for years with multiple phone like few Samsung, Xperia Z1 and IPhone.
When I connect to PS3 with DLNA the video show but are very choppy.
The PS3 is connect it via wire and the phone via wireless I believe N.
So I know the problem is because of the high definition video but it should not be that important since Netflix is stream also on HD with no Problem.
Is there a way to setup PlayStation so it does play normal?
I also have a Roku 3 but when I click on the Samsung to send the picture or video to Roku it said file transfer fail and nothing show on the Roku.
The only way is to install the Roku app on the phone and send the picture from there via the account and only photo not video. Is there a way to have it send direct to the device without using the account?
And finally I have a Belkin Screencast that I was never be able to connect anything to it since day one including my Dell laptop that has intel widi.
It just say connecting and after a minute it come back saying ready to connect.
Personally I think this is the worst device I ever had to deal with.
I'm also interested to know if what I have (Ps3 and Roku or the Belkin) does not work, is there another device that you recommend that will let me stream video or photo and even do screen mirroring from my phone without the problems I have now?