@cgutman cgutman released this Mar 28, 2018 · 41 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

To install, download the CRX file into your Downloads folder, then drag the CRX file from the Downloads folder into the Extensions (Menu -> More Tools -> Extensions) page of Chrome. Uninstall previous versions of Moonlight Chrome before installing this version. The extension does not update automatically so check here for updates regularly.

To launch, use Chrome App Launcher, the Extensions page, or just search for Moonlight on your PC and you should see it installed like a normal program.

Reminder: Moonlight Chrome is still in alpha, so it may not perform as well as our other Moonlight clients.

If you are stuck at the "Loading Moonlight" screen for more than a minute or so, you may have to manually enable NaCL in your Chrome settings. Type chrome://flags in the address bar and search for the option called "Native Client", click the Enable link for Native Client, and restart your browser.

Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift to unbind the mouse and Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Q to quit streaming.

Features:

  • Hardware accelerated video decoding up to 4K 60 FPS
  • Game controllers (currently limited to those for which Chrome has a built-in mapping, like Xbox and DualShock controllers)
  • Keyboard and mouse input
  • Remote audio support
  • mDNS support
  • Cover art for games

Known issues:

  • Streaming performance is worse than expected on some client hardware
  • Error handling needs work

Changes in Alpha 0.9.0:

  • Display error message with error code when connecting fails
  • Performance and memory usage improvements for loading box art
  • Fix bug that causes paired machines to randomly go offline
  • Fix bug that could cause pairing with PCs to be lost after restarting Moonlight
  • Fix bug that could cause audio to stop working after packet loss
  • IMPORTANT: If you stream over the Internet, you must add a new port forwarding entry for TCP 48010

@cgutman cgutman released this Jan 21, 2018 · 50 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

To install, download and drag the CRX file into the Extensions (Menu -> More Tools -> Extensions) page of Chrome. Uninstall previous versions of Moonlight Chrome before installing this version. The extension does not update automatically so check here for updates regularly.

To launch, use Chrome App Launcher, the Extensions page, or just search for Moonlight on your PC and you should see it installed like a normal program.

Reminder: Moonlight Chrome is still in alpha, so it may not perform as well as our other Moonlight clients.

If you are stuck at the "Loading Moonlight" screen for more than a minute or so, you may have to manually enable NaCL in your Chrome settings. Type chrome://flags in the address bar and search for the option called "Native Client", click the Enable link for Native Client, and restart your browser.

Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift to unbind the mouse and Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Q to quit streaming.

Features:

  • Hardware accelerated video decoding up to 4K 60 FPS
  • Game controllers (currently limited to those for which Chrome has a built-in mapping, like Xbox and DualShock controllers)
  • Keyboard and mouse input
  • Remote audio support
  • mDNS support
  • Cover art for games

Known issues:

  • Streaming performance is worse than expected on some client hardware
  • Error handling needs work

Changes in Alpha 0.8.2:

  • Fixed gamepad detection in some games that only detect at launch
  • IMPORTANT: If you stream over the Internet, you must add a new port forwarding entry for TCP 48010

@cgutman cgutman released this Jan 10, 2018 · 52 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

To install, download and drag the CRX file into the Extensions (Menu -> More Tools -> Extensions) page of Chrome. Uninstall previous versions of Moonlight Chrome before installing this version. The extension does not update automatically so check here for updates regularly.

To launch, use Chrome App Launcher, the Extensions page, or just search for Moonlight on your PC and you should see it installed like a normal program.

Reminder: Moonlight Chrome is still in alpha, so it may not perform as well as our other Moonlight clients.

If you are stuck at the "Loading Moonlight" screen for more than a minute or so, you may have to manually enable NaCL in your Chrome settings. Type chrome://flags in the address bar and search for the option called "Native Client", click the Enable link for Native Client, and restart your browser.

Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift to unbind the mouse and Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Q to quit streaming.

Features:

  • Hardware accelerated video decoding up to 4K 60 FPS
  • Game controllers (currently limited to those for which Chrome has a built-in mapping, like Xbox and DualShock controllers)
  • Keyboard and mouse input
  • Remote audio support
  • mDNS support
  • Cover art for games

Known issues:

  • Current Chrome builds have erratic mouse capture behavior with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (1709). This is not specific to Moonlight, but affects all Chrome apps and web pages. See #353 for details.
  • Streaming performance is worse than expected on some client hardware
  • Error handling needs work

Changes from Alpha 0.8.1:

  • Fixed streaming with GeForce Experience 3.12
  • IMPORTANT: If you stream over the Internet, you must add a new port forwarding entry for TCP 48010

@cgutman cgutman released this Nov 13, 2017 · 54 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

To install, download and drag the CRX file into the Extensions (Menu -> More Tools -> Extensions) page of Chrome. Uninstall previous versions of Moonlight Chrome before installing this version. The extension does not update automatically so check here for updates regularly.

To launch, use Chrome App Launcher, the Extensions page, or just search for Moonlight on your PC and you should see it installed like a normal program.

Reminder: Moonlight Chrome is still in alpha, so it may not perform as well as our other Moonlight clients.

If you are stuck at the "Loading Moonlight" screen for more than a minute or so, you may have to manually enable NaCL in your Chrome settings. Type chrome://flags in the address bar and search for the option called "Native Client", click the Enable link for Native Client, and restart your browser.

Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift to unbind the mouse and Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Q to quit streaming.

Features:

  • Hardware accelerated video decoding up to 4K 60 FPS
  • Game controllers (currently limited to those for which Chrome has a built-in mapping, like Xbox and DualShock controllers)
  • Keyboard and mouse input
  • Remote audio support
  • mDNS support
  • Cover art for games

Known issues:

  • Current Chrome builds have erratic mouse capture behavior with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (1709). This is not specific to Moonlight, but affects all Chrome apps and web pages. See #353 for details.
  • Streaming performance is worse than expected on some client hardware
  • Error handling needs work

Changes from Alpha 0.7.4:

  • Added a toggle to disable GeForce Experience's automatic game optimization
  • Fixed sending separate left and right ctrl/alt/shift keys
  • Fixed sending numpad keys on macOS
  • Fixed blocking the display from going to sleep while streaming
  • Sorted game list alphabetically

@cgutman cgutman released this Sep 3, 2017 · 86 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

To install, download and drag the CRX file into the Extensions (Menu -> More Tools -> Extensions) page of Chrome. Uninstall previous versions of Moonlight Chrome before installing this version.

To launch, use Chrome App Launcher, the Extensions page, or just search for Moonlight on your PC and you should see it installed like a normal program.

Reminder: Moonlight Chrome is still in alpha, so it may not perform as well as our other Moonlight clients.

If you are stuck at the "Loading Moonlight" screen for more than a minute or so, you may have to manually enable NaCL in your Chrome settings. Type chrome://flags in the address bar and search for the option called "Native Client", click the Enable link for Native Client, and restart your browser.

Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift to unbind the mouse and Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Q to quit streaming.

Features:

  • Hardware accelerated video decoding up to 4K 60 FPS
  • Game controllers (currently limited to those for which Chrome has a built-in mapping, like Xbox and DualShock controllers)
  • Keyboard and mouse input
  • Remote audio support
  • mDNS support
  • Cover art for games

Known issues:

  • Streaming performance is worse than expected on some client hardware
  • Error handling needs work

Changes from Alpha 0.7.3:

  • Tweaked icon to match Android (and iOS soon)
  • UI performance improvements (particularly with multiple PCs)
  • Fixed ability to update existing PC's IP address by adding it again
  • Updated libcurl to support IPv6 connections for multiple PCs behind a single Internet connection (requires https://github.com/moonlight-stream/GS-IPv6-Forwarder running on the hosts)

@cgutman cgutman released this Jun 25, 2017 · 93 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

To install, download and drag the CRX file into the Extensions (Menu -> More Tools -> Extensions) page of Chrome. Uninstall previous versions of Moonlight Chrome before installing this version.

To launch, use Chrome App Launcher, the Extensions page, or just search for Moonlight on your PC and you should see it installed like a normal program.

Reminder: Moonlight Chrome is still in alpha, so it may not perform as well as our other Moonlight clients.

If you are stuck at the "Loading Moonlight" screen for more than a minute or so, you may have to manually enable NaCL in your Chrome settings. Type chrome://flags in the address bar and search for the option called "Native Client", click the Enable link for Native Client, and restart your browser.

Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift to unbind the mouse and Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Q to quit streaming.

Features:

  • Hardware accelerated video decoding up to 4K 60 FPS
  • Game controllers (currently limited to those for which Chrome has a built-in mapping, like Xbox and DualShock controllers)
  • Keyboard and mouse input
  • Remote audio support
  • mDNS support
  • Cover art for games

Known issues:

  • Streaming performance is worse than expected on some client hardware
  • Error handling needs work

Changes from Alpha 0.7.2:

  • Fixed cursor lag with high polling rate mice
  • Minor UI usability improvements

@cgutman cgutman released this Jun 9, 2017 · 105 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

To install, download and drag the CRX file into the Extensions (Menu -> More Tools -> Extensions) page of Chrome. Uninstall previous versions of Moonlight Chrome before installing this version.

To launch, use Chrome App Launcher, the Extensions page, or just search for Moonlight on your PC and you should see it installed like a normal program.

If you are stuck at the "Loading Moonlight" screen for more than a minute or so, you may have to manually enable NaCL in your Chrome settings. Type chrome://flags in the address bar and search for the option called "Native Client", click the Enable link for Native Client, and restart your browser.

Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift to unbind the mouse and Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Q to quit streaming.

Working:

  • Hardware accelerated video decoding up to 4K 60 FPS
  • Game controllers (currently limited to those for which Chrome has a built-in mapping, like Xbox and DualShock controllers)
  • Keyboard and mouse input
  • Remote audio support
  • mDNS support
  • Cover art for games

Not working:

  • Error handling needs work

Changes from Alpha 0.7.1:

  • Reduced video latency
  • Fixed a few bugs that could cause video stream corruption in rare cases
  • Fixed bitrate saving when restarting Moonlight
  • Fixed default streaming settings to match other Moonlight clients
  • Fixed some UI bugs

@cgutman cgutman released this May 8, 2017 · 113 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

To install, download and drag the CRX file into the Extensions (Menu -> More Tools -> Extensions) page of Chrome. Uninstall previous versions of Moonlight Chrome before installing this version.

To launch, use Chrome App Launcher, the Extensions page, or just search for Moonlight on your PC and you should see it installed like a normal program.

If you are stuck at the "Loading Moonlight" screen for more than a minute or so, you may have to manually enable NaCL in your Chrome settings. Type chrome://flags in the address bar and search for the option called "Native Client", click the Enable link for Native Client, and restart your browser.

Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift to unbind the mouse and Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Q to quit streaming.

Working:

  • Hardware accelerated video decoding up to 4K 60 FPS
  • Game controllers (currently limited to those for which Chrome has a built-in mapping, like Xbox and DualShock controllers)
  • Keyboard and mouse input
  • Remote audio support
  • mDNS support
  • Cover art for games

Not working:

  • Error handling needs work

Changes from Alpha 0.6.3:

  • Brand new UI (thanks to Calcyfer)
  • Significantly fewer dropped frames over wireless networks

Changes from Alpha 0.7.0:

  • Fixed some critical bugs in error correction code
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@cgutman cgutman released this May 8, 2017 · 115 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

To install, download and drag the CRX file into the Extensions (Menu -> More Tools -> Extensions) page of Chrome. Uninstall previous versions of Moonlight Chrome before installing this version.

To launch, use Chrome App Launcher, the Extensions page, or just search for Moonlight on your PC and you should see it installed like a normal program.

Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift to unbind the mouse and Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Q to quit streaming.

Working:

  • Hardware accelerated video decoding up to 4K 60 FPS
  • Game controllers (currently limited to those for which Chrome has a built-in mapping, like Xbox and DualShock controllers)
  • Keyboard and mouse input
  • Remote audio support
  • mDNS support
  • Cover art for games

Not working:

  • Error handling needs work

Changes from Alpha 0.6.3:

  • Brand new UI (thanks to Calcyfer)
  • Significantly fewer dropped frames over wireless networks

@cgutman cgutman released this Jan 25, 2017 · 132 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

To install, download and drag the CRX file into the Extensions (Menu -> More Tools -> Extensions) page of Chrome. Uninstall previous versions of Moonlight Chrome before installing this version.

To launch, use Chrome App Launcher, the Extensions page, or just search for Moonlight on your PC and you should see it installed like a normal program.

Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift to unbind the mouse and Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Q to quit streaming.

Working:

  • Hardware accelerated video decoding up to 4K 60 FPS
  • Game controllers (currently limited to those for which Chrome has a built-in mapping, like Xbox and DualShock controllers)
  • Keyboard and mouse input
  • Remote Audio support
  • mDNS support
  • Cover art for games

Not working:

  • A few settings are missing
  • UI needs tweaking
  • Error handling needs work

Changes from Alpha 0.6.2:

  • Fixed broken UI due to GFE 3.3 update breaking box art retrieval
  • Fixes to window state management after streaming