Hello, I'd like to demonstrate iPhone's capabilities and ways a visually impaired person uses VoiceOver. I've displayed iPhone's screen on Mac but VoiceOver instructions were not transmitted via Mac's speakers. Is there any way to do that. Of course, I can use a mirror mac to pc app but hope transfering everything from an iPhone, including VoiceOver instructions should be very easy without third-party apps. Thank you in advance for your assistance.
Set the option in the audio destination rotor to external audio route. This is designed to send VoiceOver through either your device speaker or the AirPlay device.
I do this on Windows. So ended up buying a video capture card and a lightening to HDMI adaptor to do this. It is the best audio and video by far. What I really like is that you get nice line level audio from using this configuration.
Audio destination doesn't work. I can't find such option on the rotor. Are there any options I should change in settings so as to transmit VO output wirelessly along with screen content on MAc?
Its not audio destitation that you want
You want airplay. When your mac andphone are nearby, if you go into airplay, you should see your mac to be able to airplay through, or you could tap on screen mirroring from control centre if you have it in the control centre. Hth.
I assumed you were already connected to the AirPlay device. If you're already connected, the audio destination rotor option should toggle VoiceOver speech and sounds to go through either your device speaker or the AirPlay device's speaker. If you can't find it in the rotor, you'll need to add it in VoiceOver settings. It only appears when you're connected to an AirPlay or Bluetooth device, though last I checked, Bluetooth doesn't work properly.