This article will go through how to set up a video wall or run a piece of content (image or video) on four screens (2x2) while using ScreenCloud.
For media walls, what we currently recommend is using a Windows PC with a graphics card that is able to turn multiple displays into one larger logical display. You need to use a Windows PC and our electron player with a graphics card that has multiple outputs such as AMD FirePro w4100 or Nvidia Quadro P600 or above. This feature is present on quite a few professional graphics cards such as the ATI FirePro cards and is called Eyefinity as well:
There is quite a range of FirePro cards starting at around 200 dollars. We have tested a 6 (3x2) wall setup using the W4100 card:
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Then using the software that came with the GPU you can turn the 4 distinct displays into a single large display in windows then ScreenCloud will treat it as one screen. Once set up the OS will see all the displays as one large display and you can run ScreenCloud like normal using the Windows app.
If you have any additional questions on how to set up a video wall, or any other questions or feedback about ScreenCloud, feel free to reach out to our support team at email@example.com or give us a call at our toll-free support line at +18885575335.