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VDA Decoder Fully Supported, airplay still doesn't work

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System Info
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Host                           iMac.local
OS                              Version 11.2 (Build 20D64)
Kernel                         Darwin 20.3.0 x86_64
RAM                            32.00 GB
Model Identifier               iMac19,1
CPU                            Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-8700K CPU @ 3.70GHz
Intel Generation               Coffee Lake
Platform ID                    0x3E910003
VDA Decoder                    Fully Supported
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Serial Info
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Country                        China (Quanta Computer)
Year                           2019
Model                          iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2019)
Model Identifier               iMac19,1
Valid                          Possibly
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IGPU
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GPU Name                       Intel UHD Graphics 630 (Desktop)
GPU Device ID                  0x3E928086
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GFX0
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GPU Name                       Ellesmere [Radeon RX 470/480/570/570X/580/580X/590]
GPU Device ID                  0x67DF1002
Quartz Extreme (QE/CI)         Yes
Metal Supported                Yes
Metal Device Name              AMD Radeon RX 580
Metal Default Device           Yes
Metal Low Power                No
Metal Headless                 No

i am on opencore 0.6.6 big sur 11.2 everything works except airplay mirroring it starts but it lags and basically unusable.
i was digging around framebuffer but only way i found to confirm it works or not is this hackintool `vda decoder` which says fully supported
 
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strange, you could see topic from Z390 D and check for full compactibility for metal.
 

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What devices are you using AirPlay to connect?

I assume you are trying to Stream video from your hack but what are you streaming to a Smart TV, an Apple TV device?

I assume you have checked that the device you are streaming to is Airplay compatible - https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT208728

Why do you think the framebuffer is the reason for the distortion on the 'Mirrored' display? If your Hack's display is working fine, with a Headless Intel Framebuffer and your Vega 64 is working with the AMD drivers in Catalina. Isn't it more likely to be an issue with the connection between the two devices that is causing the issue, i.e. your WiFi connection?
 
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What devices are you using AirPlay to connect?

I assume you are trying to Stream video from your hack but what are you streaming to a Smart TV, an Apple TV device?

I assume you have checked that the device you are streaming to is Airplay compatible - https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT208728

Why do you think the framebuffer is the reason for the distortion on the 'Mirrored' display? If your Hack's display is working fine, with a Headless Intel Framebuffer and your Vega 64 is working with the AMD drivers in Catalina. Isn't it more likely to be an issue with the connection between the two devices that is causing the issue, i.e. your WiFi connection?
video streams without problem, connectivity is gigabit lan, i stream to apple tv 4k. i dont think its framebuffer problem its just whenever i search for airplay only framebuffer fix comes up. i have other devices as well which can stream video or mirror without problem
 
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Read this go one page 1 but read. you need to check
  • AAPL,ig-platform-id
  • device-id
 

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Posts #1 & 4 seem to contradict each other.

What exactly is the problem you are facing, either you can stream using Airplay or you can’t. Which is it?
 
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Posts #1 & 4 seem to contradict each other.

What exactly is the problem you are facing, either you can stream using Airplay or you can’t. Which is it?
i can stream video which is is different thing but i cant screen mirror, nothing contradicts
 
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Read this go one page 1 but read. you need to check
  • AAPL,ig-platform-id
  • device-id
Screen Shot 2021-02-15 at 12.59.25.png


values are from dortania guide
 

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Code:
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
System Info
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Host                           iMac.local
OS                              Version 11.2 (Build 20D64)
Kernel                         Darwin 20.3.0 x86_64
RAM                            32.00 GB
Model Identifier               iMac19,1
CPU                            Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-8700K CPU @ 3.70GHz
Intel Generation               Coffee Lake
Platform ID                    0x3E910003
VDA Decoder                    Fully Supported
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Serial Info
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Country                        China (Quanta Computer)
Year                           2019
Model                          iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2019)
Model Identifier               iMac19,1
Valid                          Possibly
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
IGPU
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
GPU Name                       Intel UHD Graphics 630 (Desktop)
GPU Device ID                  0x3E928086
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
GFX0
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
GPU Name                       Ellesmere [Radeon RX 470/480/570/570X/580/580X/590]
GPU Device ID                  0x67DF1002
Quartz Extreme (QE/CI)         Yes
Metal Supported                Yes
Metal Device Name              AMD Radeon RX 580
Metal Default Device           Yes
Metal Low Power                No
Metal Headless                 No

i am on opencore 0.6.6 big sur 11.2 everything works except airplay mirroring it starts but it lags and basically unusable.
i was digging around framebuffer but only way i found to confirm it works or not is this hackintool `vda decoder` which says fully supported

Have you tried iMacPro1,1 system definition with IGPU disabled? This works for me for mirroring or separate display. It even works without an AppleTV if you have a fairly recent vintage LG TV.
 
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