In a 'Video Wall' configuration, Zoom Presenter is used to render Video, Image and Interactive content across multiple display devices transforming the display devices into a single, larger display.
|A video wall configuration is comprised of at least two display devices connected to a Windows PC. The only limit to the number of display devices comprising a video wall is the capability of the display card(s) hardware. For example, high-end AMD/NVIDIA display cards can easily support a video wall configuration comprised of 4 display devices.|
|Zoom Presenter Setup|
As an option, MadVR has been determined to be a worthy alternative with support for high-end scaling algorithms (bicubic, lanczos, jinc), providing sharper and smoother images, especially when used in combination with a high-end display card.
Select the active video rendering technology by editing the video wall's screen entry.
|Zoom Commander Setup|
Since each 'screen' entry in Zoom Commander controls one Zoom Presenter instance and a video wall setup requires only one instance to span the video across multiple screens, the first step is to add a screen and set the layout to 'Video Wall'.
In cases where the video wall should be limited to a subset of the connected display devices, set the 'Custom Position' layout and specify the custom position values to match the desired layout.
For example, in the screenshot below, a 2x2 layout of 1920x1080 display devices is configured. Since the primary screen always begins at coordinate "X:0, Y:0", the 'X-Offset' and 'Y-Offset' values are both set to "0". In a 2x2 layout, the width and height is the combination of the width and height of both display devices, a value of "Width:3840" (1920*2) and "Height:2160" (1080*2). In a 4x1 layout using 1920x1080 display devices, the 'X-Offset' and 'Y-Offset' values will remain at "0", with a "Width:7680" and "Height:1080". Please note that not all display cards support a 'Width x Height' video resolution greater than 4096x4096 on a single card.