The need for sharing on-screen content with multiple viewers is well-known to instructors, trainers, presenters and other professionals who regularly need to explain a single concept to a large audience having only their laptop or desktop at hand. Apparently, there are a number of ways to do this (from whiteboards to high-definition wall projectors), but they are hardly as efficient, time-saving and affordable as direct streaming of educational materials to end users, especially if they are located in different rooms and even buildings.
TightProjector solves this task by offering an elegant method of broadcasting the content of your screen to multiple recipients in your local network. The software consists of two parts: the transmitter (TightProjector) and the receiver (TightReceiver) working as parts of a single client-server application. A single instance of TightProjector launched in a LAN can broadcast to any number of receivers by sending multicast UDP packets, which decreases the load on the network infrastructure. Network broadcasts can be watched in the windowed and full-screen modes, while transmissions can be paused and resumed at any time using hotkeys.
Affordable, intuitive and highly reliable, TightProjector is a snap to deploy and a pleasure to use. Try it today to find out how to make your daily work easier starting from tomorrow!
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