What is Nx Video Wall?
Nx Video Wall is a simple, powerful way to control monitors remotely (via a LAN, WAN, or Internet) from the Nx Witness Desktop Client. Video Wall is a licensed feature and requires 1 x Nx-VideoWall license for every 2 monitors and 1 concurrent user. VideoWall is only supported on Windows and Ubuntu Linux operating systems currently.
To Enable Nx Video Wall
Make sure you have the proper number of Nx-VideoWall licenses activated in your system.
Each Video Wall allows controlling a video wall from a single computer (one session) or extend a Video Wall on 2 displays.
To Configure Nx Video Wall
- Install and launch Nx Desktop on the computer you will be using to drive the monitor(s) to be part of the Nx Video Wall feature.
- Log into your Nx Witness system.
- From the Main Menu button choose New-> VideoWall
- The Nx Witness client will automatically detect monitors connected to the device you are setting up Video Wall upon. Click to add all monitors to the VideoWall.
- Press save to finish.
- You should now see the newly added monitors in the Resource Panel under the newly created VideoWall. Now would be a good time to rename monitors and your VideoWall if you have multiple VideoWalls running in a system to avoid confusion.
To Begin Using Nx Video Wall
- Right click on Video Wall in Resource Panel and choose Switch to Video Wall Mode.
- Now from any Desktop Client connected to the same Nx Witness System you can drag a layout or camera to the monitor in the video wall to display the video wall.
- If you want to control the Video Wall in real-time and mirror what you are doing on your Desktop Client just right click on the video wall and choose Control Video Wall.
- You can also push your desktop to video wall, then all your move will be displayed on Video wall. (Windows Client Only).
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Good Ichiro Liu
perform the actions that you mentioned in the notes and tube success , but I want an image is reflected in two monitors , basically dividing an image into two or four monitors.
like a picture cut into two or four.
that function is possible?
my mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Luis Vera
My apologies for the late reply.
Probably your question is already been answered over time, but the answer is yes. You can 'merge' multiple monitors as one and thus divide the picture over multiple monitors.
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