Content can then be designed easily and natively using the EngagePHD layout designer. This series will walk through a couple of examples for creating content for your video wall using the layout designer and playlists.
Details for building a 2×2 video wall with the SimplyNUC Arena Canyon Media Player.
Details for building a 2×2 video wall with the SimplyNUC Topaz 3 media player.
There are two methods for managing your video wall content using Playlists and Layouts.
If you would like to display images or videos on all of your video wall screens – essentially creating one, giant screen – Playlists would allow you to achieve this.
If you would like to have different content on each screen, you can portion out your video wall using the Layout Designer.
The resolution of your layout may vary depending on the type of player you are using.
Windows based players do well at detecting the correct resolution when connected to a video wall. However, you may need to adjust the desktop settings when playing 4k content. If your video wall screens support 4k content, you would create Layouts to match.
When using BrightSign players, layout resolutions should also match your content. If your screens support 4k, you would set the appropriate resolution.
Recommended Player: BrightSign XT1144 (for 4k support)