Moe, this is a fantastic app - I was so gutted that Moonlight was NVIDIA only and this is a godsend for my AMD card.
I'm having an issue though! A lot of the games I'm trying to stream don't work with the Desktop resolution on 1280x720. The stream will start fine with the Windows desktop adjusting and streaming correctly, but as soon as you open the game (Divinity Original Sin, Civilization IV and VI, for example) they seem to override things and instead cause the resolution to be massive but only shows the top left corner (both on the Switch and on my PC screen - which is 1920x1080 native). After that, even if you quit the game, the streaming maintains that resolution and view on the Windows desktop and anything else you open subsequently.
Any idea how to fix that?
If I change the Desktop resolution to 1920x1080, everything works correctly - but it's definitely more latency!
EDIT: If I set the resolution of the game to 1280x720 before I start the stream, it'll work perfectly for the game. Once the game closes, though, the desktop will be the wrong resolution. Stop and resuming the stream fixes that. So it's definitely still very functional, just a bit fiddly.
Cheers! Us AMD card users is exactly who I had in mind for this.
As for the issue you're talking about, it is because the resolution gets changed by the game. I cannot stop other games from changing the resolution (without coding an infinite loop that always checks the monitor resolution and then forcefully changes it).
The fix to it is what you've mentioned, change the game's resolution ahead of time, or when the resolution changes in windows, go into Windows' settings and change the desktop resolution there.
Hope you're enjoying the program. The next update is gonna be a nice one!
support 4 player?
In the current release that is available, no there isn't support for multiple controllers yet.
The upcoming release will include multiple controllers (this includes single joycon support!). No ETA for it. You can see what is currently being worked on in the project's kanban board here: https://github.com/Moehammered/switch-remote-play/projects/1
Thanks for being patient.
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