Chapter 2. Screen

2.1 Screen Quality Control

This feature is used to adjust the quality of images shown on the screen of the RTL Client. You can select from one of the following three modes.

  • High mode
  • Normal mode
  • Low mode

Default mode is Normal. High or Low can be set according to your network environment. High-resolution images are enabled in High mode, but the RTL Client display may slow down depending on network conditions.

High mode Normal mode Low mode
Comparing the quality - high
Comparing the quality - nomal
Comparing the quality - low

Table 1 Screen quality

2.2 Orientation

This feature is used when you want to switch screen orientation.

Portrait mode Landscape mode
Vertically Orientied Screen
Horizontally Orientied Screen

Table 2 Orientation

You can select from one of the following two orientation modes.

  • Portrait mode
  • Landscape mode

Depending on the device model, either portrait or landscape mode is set as the default orientation.

2.3 Scale

This feature is used to adjust screen size on the RTL Client. The Scale menu can be found in the context menu of the RTL Client. That’s also possible on the lower right corner. Some of the devices are not supported.

2.4 Capture and Record

These features are used to capture or record screen.

The screenshot or recorded video is saved to a file in the path set in the Save Folder menu, and will run automatically with the default program of your computer after being saved. Once you start recording, the Record menu will be switched to Stop Recording menu. Just press Stop Recording to finish recording screen.

Recording Screens

Figure 7 Recording screen

2.5 Screen Share

This feature shares the RTL Client screen with someone in real-time.

Writing an invitation message

Figure 8 Invitation message

Write a simple invitation message and enter the recipient's email address, then the invitation email will be sent to the recipient.

The recipient would be able to run the RTL Client through the link included in the email.

2.6 Change Input Mode

This feature is used to change input modes for controlling the remote device.

The RTL Client provides two input modes, Finger and S Pen. Depending on the mode selected different events are sent to the remote device. The S Pen input mode provides additional events such as Hovering and the side button. Use the S Pen SDK to verify S Pen applications.

Input Mode Mouse Cursor Description
Finger
Mouse cursor - Finger
Control device with fingertip
S Pen
Mouse cursor - S Pen
Control device with S Pen

Table 3 Input mode

The following describes additional events available in S Pen input mode.

Event Mouse Cursor Conditions
Activated Deactivated
Click Pen button
Mouse cursor - Finger
Mouse cursor - Finger
Press keyboard Ctrl key
Pen Hovering
Mouse cursor - Finger
Mouse cursor - Finger
Press keyboard Shift key

Table 4 Events for S Pen input mode

You can generate some actions below through the events above.

Action Conditions
Actual Device RTL Client
Run Action Memo Double-tap while pressing the Pen button Double-tap while pressing the Ctrl key

Table 5 An example of usage