Software maker’s vtubers software to stream video from TV sets could soon be as simple as a button press
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Software maker VMware said Thursday that it is working with an unidentified software developer to bring to market a system that could stream video using a smartphone or tablet.
The company said that it was working with “a third party vendor that has demonstrated capabilities for streaming video from television sets.”
In a blog post, VMware said that the system, which could stream 4K video, could stream from a smartphone that was connected to a television via HDMI.
The device would also support wireless transmission, VMware wrote.
It would not stream from the Internet, and would not be capable of playing video from a variety of devices, including phones, computers, and even televisions, the company wrote.
But there are ways to do both, VMware added.
For example, the video could be played on a television, while still being viewed on a smartphone.
It could also be streamed via Bluetooth to a TV via HDMI, and vice versa.
Software maker VMware said Thursday that it is working with an unidentified software developer to bring to market a system…
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