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Wireless displays (Miracast)

Wireless (Miracast) displays can optionally be supported by Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) 1.3 and later drivers. This capability is new starting with Windows 8.1.

For more information on the requirements of drivers and hardware to support Miracast displays, refer to the relevant WHCK documentation at Device.Graphics.WDDM13.DisplayRender.WirelessDisplay.

Miracast design guide

These design guide sections describe how display miniport drivers and Miracast user-mode drivers support Miracast displays:

Miracast reference

These reference sections describe how to implement this capability in your drivers:

User-mode device driver interfaces (DDIs)

Wireless display callback functions called by Miracast user-mode drivers

All functions implemented by the operating system that can be called by Miracast user-mode drivers.

Wireless display functions implemented by Miracast user-mode drivers

All functions that Miracast user-mode drivers must implement in order to enable Miracast displays.

Wireless display (Miracast) structures and enumerations

All user-mode structures and enumerations that are used with Miracast display device driver interfaces (DDIs).

These additional user-mode structures and enumerations support Miracast displays and are new or updated for Windows 8.1:

Kernel-mode DDIs

Wireless display (Miracast) display callback interface

All functions that are implemented by the Microsoft DirectX graphics kernel subsystem to support Miracast displays.

Wireless display (Miracast) interface

All functions that are implemented by display miniport drivers that support Miracast displays.

These additional kernel-mode structures and enumerations support Miracast displays and are new or updated for Windows 8.1:

 

 

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