The Ultimate Guide to Multiscreen Output with Resolume“I want to connect a dozen and then some screens, what hardware should I get?”
We get this question quite often.
The question sounds simple, the answer is always complicated. It’s the same as asking: “I want to buy a house, which house should I buy?”
Consider us your multiscreen real estate managers. We like to help you make the right decisions and find the house that’s right for you. After gathering lots of use cases, possible problems and possible solutions, we came to this document. This document will guide you through the overwhelming multiscreen adventure.
The adventure starts here!
You’ll find some essentials explained on the do’s and don’ts when using Resolume for multiple outputs. The different options are listed in order of preference and it even contains a flowchart. Yay. Just answer the questions and you will be guided to your ideal dream home. One click and you’ll be taken to all the essential information you need on that snazzy 3 story condo with all copper plumbing. We’ll try to avoid the shady parts of town, but if you like, we can show you some options in the extender hub ghettos as well.
Always remember, buying a large house is a big investment. Before going house hunting, you need to make sure your computer has enough pixel power in the bank to build that pretty picture. It would suck if you get all the gear together to run a beautiful 4 story pixel map and then realise your Intel Iris Pro chokes at more than a single bedroom NY apartment. When in doubt, check them benchmarks.
Here's that URL one more time, in case you missed it the first time Posted by Joris on Tuesday April 18, 2017 at 14:35 Tags: datapath * gpu * multiscreen
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