scrcpy 1.13 has been released with some important new features, including option to lock the video orientation, shortcuts to rotate the display, and trilinear filtering which should improve the display quality when the scrcpy window is much smaller than the Android device display.
New to scrcpy? This is an application that can be used to display, record and control Android devices connected via USB or wirelessly, from a macOS, Windows or Linux desktop. The application focuses on performance and quality, offering 30~60 FPS with a resolution of 1920x1080 or more, and low latency.
The communication between the server (Android device in this case) and client (desktop computer) is done via a socket over an adb tunnel. The server streams H.264 video of the device screen, passing it to the client to decode and display it, without buffering in order to minimize latency. The mouse and keyboard events are captured and transmitted to the server, which injects them to the Android device.
It's important to note that audio forwarding doesn't work, this being a limitation of the Android Open Accessory Protocol.
After adding the ability to switch between portrait and landscape mode without changing the phone orientation in the previous release (using
Ctrl + r), scrcpy 1.13 adds two new options related to orientation: an option to lock the video orientation, and shortcuts to rotate display in steps of 90°.
To lock the video orientation, use:
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