AirMedia Setup for Mac/PC

Connecting to AirMedia using a Mac or PC:

  1. Press the "Power" button the panel and (once the system has started up), select "AirMedia".airmedia crestron control button
  2. Connect your Mac or PC to the myUNB WiFi connection point.  AirMedia will not function on the guestUNB WiFi network.
  3. Open a web browser and type in the IP address shown on the AirMedia welcome screen.airmedia webaddress
  4. Download the appropriate AirMedia utility client for your platform (PC or Mac).download client airmedia
  5. Launch the AirMedia utility.  To log in, type the code listed on the AirMedia's welcome screen and click Connectcode airmedia

Presenting content on AirMedia using a Mac or PC:

  1. Once connected, the AirMedia will display whatever is currently on your desktop.
  2. Use the Crestron tool to control the presentation:
    • Clicking the Play button selects your device as the presentation source, sending whatever is on your dscreen to the room display.
    • While presenting, it is often necessary to navigate away from your presentation.  AirMedia lets you pause the presentation, freezing the current image on screen so others can continue to view it whle you look through your personal files.  Once you've located new content and brought it up on your device, simply click Play to resume the presentation.
    • When done presenting, just click the Stop button to stop displaying your device.airmedia control screen
  3. Click the display icon to access additional options via the popup menu.airmedia control screen  
  4. Menu options include the following:
    • Remote View - Enable Remote View to allow the device to serve images of the desktop via the built-in Web server.
    • Projection Source (Windows Only) - Allows the user to share a secondary desktop.  This is imilar to the Extend mode in Windows for multiple displays.
    • Projection Quality - Uses more bandwidth to improve the quality of the transmitted image.
    • Projection Latency Control - Uses more CPU power to reduce the latency of the projected image.
    • Quad View - Selects the position of the screen when multiple PCs are showing to the AirMedia.  Up to four computers can simultaneously share their desktops.  Share desktops are arranged in a quad view with each computer using one quater of the projected image.

Notes 

  • Althrough AirMedia can support up to 32 connected computers for sharing, only four desktops can be displayed at a time in Quad View.
  • While AirMedia can play video, it is recommended for high-definition video requirements to use a direct connection rather than the wireless solution.
  • For Mac users, in order to play sound through AirMedia, you will need to download and install Soundflower.