EZMira is the official app that supports MiraScreen and AnyCast WiFi display receivers. It makes sharing videos and gaming content to big screens easier. Supports quicker WiFi setup by scanning QRCode or using Bluetooth. Supports browsing the internet on the big screen. Mira Enables the Apple Remote for Any Mac. Current Macs don't feature Apple Remote support “in-the-box.”. It doesn't matter if you have the newest Mac or an older model, with Mira and a supported IR receiver, you can use the Apple Remote with any app. Mirra 2 moves with the person, at one with the body. When you sit, the seat and back adapt to you instantly. With dynamic surfaces that respond to your slightest movements and simple, intuitive adjustments to fine-tune the fit, Mirra 2 balances immediate comfort and personalized ergonomics in one sophisticated design.
Current Macs don't feature Apple Remote support “in-the-box.” It doesn't matter if you have the newest Mac or an older model, with Mira and a supported IR receiver, you can use the Apple Remote with any app.
Mira and Manta Mini
Twisted Melon's newest receiver is Manta Mini. It connects to an available USB port and along with Mira, enables use of the Apple Remote on any Mac.
- Use the Apple Remote on any Mac with Mira
- Small - just over 1.5' long
- Portable with removable USB cable
- Position the receiver anywhere, even if your Mac itself is hidden
- A small LED blinks when a signal is received
In the box
- Manta Mini unit
- USB cable: 50cm (1.5 feet)
- Type A USB connector
- USB Cable Extension with Type A male and female
- Small USB-C adapter available separately
- Lifetime online support
- 1 Year limited warranty
- Input: Consumer Infrared (cIR) signals
- Distance: 10m (33 feet) with Apple Remote (fresh battery)
- Receiving: 31 - 60 kHz
- Mira or Remote Buddy software
- Apple Remote (or compatible)
- MacOS 10.7 or newer
- Available USB port
- 4.5 - 5.25v (from USB)
- 500ma (normal)
- 100ma (sleep)**
- Length: 43mm (1.9 inches)
- Width: 20mm (0.8 inches)
- Height: 16mm (0.6 inches)
** (Wake from Sleep requires universal remote)
Already Own a USB IR Receiver?
Some customers may already have an IR receiver they use with another product, so we're building support into Mira for a number of alternate receivers.
Keyspan DMR & Express Receivers
Though somewhat bulky, these receivers have been available for a number of years and enjoyed relatively wide availability. If you have one of these lying around, now's your chance to take it out of the drawer and put it to use with Mira and the Apple Remote. Your model number must be in the UIA-11 series.
(Model -11F is not supported at this time.)
MCE (eHome) 2005 Receivers
Mirror For Mastercraft Boat
These USB products are designed for Windows Media Center Edition 2005 Game capture for mac free. -if you already have one lying around, download Mira and give it a try.
The model shown above is from Philips/Microsoft and is available in a stand-alone kit with a remote. Other variations are available in different colors, shapes, sizes and may also come with products from third parties such as Hauppauge, HP, Dell, Toshiba, etc. MCE products do not support wake from sleep on the Mac.
Mirror For Mac
Sorry but mIRC only runs on the Windows operating system, so it will not work on the Apple Mac. There are no plans to make an Apple Mac version of mIRC at this time.
There are a number of IRC clients for the Apple Mac that you can try out that work very much like mIRC, such as: Colloquy, LimeChat, Textual, Babbel, Ircle or Snak.
All of these IRC clients can be used to connect to the same IRC networks as with mIRC, so you will see all of your friends on all of the same channels.
Alternatively, if you really want to use mIRC on the Apple Mac, there are a number of 'virtualization' products for Apple Mac computers that allow you to run Windows applications on a Mac. Or you can simply install a version of Windows using Apple Mac's Bootcamp feature and run all of your favorite Windows applications that way.
Sorry but mIRC only runs on the Windows operating system, so it will not work on Linux. There are no plans to make a version of mIRC that will work on Linux at this time.
Linux has quite a few native IRC clients, although none of them are quite like mIRC.
If you really want to run mIRC on Linux, it is possible to do so using Wine, which is an Open Source implementation of Windows for Linux. You can find out more about Wine at http://www.winehq.com.
Recent versions of mIRC run quite well under Wine.
Sorry but mIRC only runs on the Windows operating system, so it will not work on your mobile or tablet. There are no plans to make a version of mIRC that will work on mobiles or tablets at this time.
There are quite a few IRC clients written specifically for mobiles and tablets, so it is very likely that you can find one for your particular device.