It seems the original post I can no longer post on it. So I make the 2nd post.
Ok, I install the trial version again and do some more testing.
Here is the finding.
1. When you run nPlayer app on IOS, you will see the screen is not fully filled in full screen like below. Thick black screen around the screen.
2. If you run another video app called Infuse 5 on IOS. You can see the screen is fully filled. But there is another problem with Infuse 5, the time bar doesn’t move as the movie is playing. And there is no way to use gesture to slide up/down on the right side of the screen to turn volume up or down. It works while not airplaying to ApowerMirror though.
Basically, you see nPlayer screen on the same movie has significantly smaller screen real estate. I was using Reflector 2 with nPlayer and I can get the full screen maximize like the 2nd screenshot above. It seems APowerMirror don’t maximize the screen when using nPlayer.
We have downloaded and tested the nPlayer app. Could you please tell me the video you mirrored, which has the problem, is in “Local”, “Network”, “Browser”, “Playlists” or “Downloads”? We tested the video stored in “Local” folder which worked fine. If you were watching the video from network or browser, please tell us which website the video is in? Thank you!