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I was wondering if there is any way to stream my Xbox screen to my computer (Windows 7). I'm currently trying to develop a simple Xbox game, and I'd like to see what I compiled picture in picture in Windows. Is there any way to accomplish this, preferably over my network?

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as with any video signal you can send it over the network once properly encoded and served. Connecting a slingbox is probably the most straightforward way of doing it. At $299 for HDMI it's not the cheapest thing to do.

Also Microsoft is supposed to be launching smartglass but this is probably going to work more like airplay were you can send video from computer / device to xbox not the other way around.

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Yes, But you will need a PC running windows 10. Next go to the Xbox app in your PC. Pair your PC to your Xbox 360, Then, Done!

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No; what you describe does not work for Xbox 360 – Ramhound Jan 1 at 2:27

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