OmniDisplay and Video Wall Integration OmniDisplay will drive any Video Wall in native mode. It will also interwork with third Video Wall controllers with single OVD stream or multiple OVD streams directed at a segment of a Video Wall, each OVD defined by the X and Y coordinates of the target Video Wall,
OmniDisplay v10.0 Media & WYSIWYG Layout Editor
OmniDisplay Virtual Display (OVD)
OmniDisplay Pixel Mapping The OmniDisplay Media and Layout Editor allows a user to define the size of each OVD in pixels, up to a Windows maximum of 8K pixels. For example, if the target physical display is 3840 x 2160 pixels, a user could define the layout size up to the same values. A user can also define the OVD to be smaller (say) 3600 x 1080 pixels and set the X & Y coordinates for the target display. This provides, for example, the opportunity to display a scrolling ticker through OmniTicker that can be placed in another region of the target display. In the classic example, one could have an OVD 1980 x 1020 pixels with an OmniTicker height of 60 pixels running along the bottom of the target display.
OmniDisplay Data Streaming OmniDisplay uses the Extended Windows function within Microsoft Windows to publish and broadcast real-time display layouts. An OmniDisplay Virtual Display’ (OVD) is a standard Microsoft window output. Each OVD can be streamed via any HDMI port to any physical display or surface. Alternatively, a user can capture each OVD using technology of their choice and stream the OVD’s to their target physical displays or surfaces. When using OmniDisplay and Windows Extended Desktop in its native mode, each OVD requires its own HDMI port.
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OmniDisplay Data Streaming OmniDisplay uses the Extended Windows function within Microsoft Windows to publish and broadcast real-time display layouts. An OmniDisplay Virtual Display’ (OVD) is a standard Microsoft window output. Each OVD can be streamed via any HDMI port to any physical display or surface. Alternatively, a user can capture each OVD using technology of their choice and stream the OVD’s to their target physical displays or surfaces. When using OmniDisplay and Windows Extended Desktop in its native mode, each OVD requires its own HDMI port. OmniDisplay Pixel Mapping The OmniDisplay Media and Layout Editor allows a user to define the size of each OVD in pixels, up to a Windows maximum of 8K pixels. For example, if the target physical display is 3840 x 2160 pixels, a user could define the layout size up to the same values. A user can also define the OVD to be smaller (say) 3600 x 1080 pixels and set the X & Y coordinates for the target display. This provides, for example, the opportunity to display a scrolling ticker through OmniTicker that can be placed in another region of the target display. In the classic example, one could have an OVD 1980 x 1020 pixels with an OmniTicker height of 60 pixels running along the bottom of the target display. OmniDisplay and Video Wall Integration OmniDisplay will drive any Video Wall in native mode. It will also interwork with third Video Wall controllers with single OVD stream or multiple OVD streams directed at a segment of a Video Wall, each OVD defined by the X and Y coordinates of the target Video Wall,
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