Making Video Wall with OptiSigns

There are 2 ways to make a video wall with OptiSigns.

1) Using a player with multiple video outputs (i.e. PC with Multiple HDMI out, Raspberry Pi 4 with 2 HDMI out) and running OptiSigns

2) Using a video wall controller device.

Let's jump in and get started:

1) Using a player with multiple video output

You can use OptiSigns on Windows, Linux, and Raspberry Pi to make simple video walls.

The solution is simple, you will need a player with multiple video outputs.

For example, Raspberry Pi 4 can output 2 screens, you can buy a PC running Windows, and Linux with multiple HDMI, Display Ports output and easily make up 2-6 screens video wall.

Just download the OptiSigns player for Win, Linux, and Raspberry Pi (version 4.2.9 or higher required).

Arrange your screens setup as extended and set the position of the screens.

Run the OptiSigns app, and resize the player to fill up across all the screens.

Next time your system starts up, OptiSigns will auto-start up and remember the size, and position.

That's it!

You now have a video wall with OptiSigns.

Remember to hide your taskbar, to make OptiSigns full on all the screens. 

2) Using a video wall controller distributor.

You can purchase a video distributor like:

NIERBO 2x2 HDMI Video Wall Controller or iseevy 9 Channel Video Wall Controller

Then you can plug in FireStick, or any other player running OptiSigns and have it as an input source for the Video distributor.

Note that if your wall is big, you should use a Video Controller with 4K support, and use FireStick 4K or equivalent devices to output 4K high-resolution content, which will help the quality of your video wall.



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