Veyon is a free software for classrooms.
It is free. GPL, code available on Github
It has screen sharing capability, called Demonstration Mode
It works on Windows
I am using it at home on Windows 10 Pro with my children (age 7 and 10), so I can sometimes have a look at what games they play. I have not used the demonstration mode yet, to be honest.
You could use the ChromeCast to cast your whole screen as explained on support.google.com:
With Windows laptops/desktops you can cast your desktop/laptop content (vs just the specific Chrome tab). Follow these instructions to start casting your system content:
In the top right corner of your Chrome browser, click the Cast icon Inactive cast ...
Here are a few options, I personally would recommend MyMobiler,
MyMobiler for Android
The MyMobiler desktop application controls your Android device through USB connection or WiFi. It allows you to see your mobile device remotely and capture the screen or video. What you see in the desktop application is mirroring your device screen and you can interact ...
Based upon your requirements, there are a few options I could provide you. Please be aware I've used all the below options, but not to screen share music and movies, so these may all fail to meet your requirements. You can read up on most of below here on WikiHow.
Chrome Remote Desktop - I do not have much detail on the security of the application, however ...
The main list for screen sharing/mirroring apps is at:
How do I project the screen of my Android phone for a presentation?
However as you are using an older Android 4.3 device, some of the publisher like Visor may have deprecated support and you would have to find those APKs at mirror sites.
For basic screencasting/mirroring:
On rooted device
@Shellwhale thanks for answering my questions to your OP.
A good solution for you would be ShareX with FFMPEG to allow you to capture videos
It allows you to grab screenshots, GIFs and videos easily.
Also if you have a look at the destinations frame below it allows you to upload to imgur, youtube or a plethora of other online storage services.
You can ...
Turning the thinking around rather than looking for a desktop sharing program that doesn't allow any control over the master computer from the slave you can simply broadcast a video stream of what is happening on the master computer.
I would suggest taking a look at VideoLAN's VLC for both streaming and displaying.
Now there is also Tuple. Warning though: they will charge you for accounts that were not even setup by the person who was invited. Pretty clueless. The tool works pretty well but it's C++ and for now, Mac only.
You can try Dead Simple Screen Sharing. Here a link: https://www.deadsimplescreensharing.com/
It does not require client or plugin install on client machine
Directly runs through browser
It is Accessible through Android web browser and Google Chrome
It is free to use
Hope it helps
Assuming you're running marshmellow (and nougat works for me) - the miracast based "cast screen" feature in android and "project to this display" in windows 10 anniversery edition or better work together.
Completely native on both platforms, connects over wifi direct with very very little lag and costs nothing.
Supposedly works better on newer hardware ...
Try Zoom.us. It's really simple, works well on Windows and Android for sure,I haven't tested on Linux. For more than 2 people, there's a 40 minute time limit on free plan. But it's awesome for one-on-one chatting/screensharing/drawing, etc. And its very lightweight. Worth checking out.
When you say "screen sharing", do you mean remote access? With one PC able to control the other, like TeamViewer? And file transfer?
If so, you cannot beat TightVNC. I have been using it for years and highly recommend it.
It is truly free and runs on Widnows, Mac & Linux.
It is also "granny simple", after you have set it up. Just configure her PC as ...
I'd recommend checking out Google Hangouts, I've used it a bunch for doing presentations for remote co-workers. It's got video, audio, chat and screen share, all pretty well integrated and over a browser. Video quality can occasionally get a bit bad, but it's available for free. I think there's a room size limit of 10 for the free tier, but don't quote me on ...
Maybe this is one piece of software you are looking for: Veyon (predecessor: iTALC)
It is cross-platform usable (linux & windows) also for mixed environments
It is open source (GPL)
Didactical features like: overview mode, screenshots, remote control, demo mode, home schooling via vpn,...
We use MS Lync (or Skype for business). It has the following functions:
Screen sharing (25 - 30 fps. Don't really know, but it looks fine)
The Other party can even take control over the screen if wanted
Integration with MS Exchange (For planning meetings)
The other party can participate in the meeting through a web app if the don't ...
Okay, so after looking around, I think I've found some services that will work for me, and wanted to share them with anyone who may be interested. As of September 2015, all of the below sites were accessible in China according to
Screen casting/web conferencing:
Blue Jeans : Probably the best choice for very large ...