WAVE Video Wall is a simple, powerful way to control monitors remotely (via a LAN, WAN, or Internet) from the WAVE Desktop Client. Video Wall is a licensed feature and requires 1 x WAVE VideoWall license (WAVE-VW-02) for every 2 monitors. VideoWall is only supported on Windows and Ubuntu Linux operating systems currently.
Enabling WAVE Video Wall
- Make sure you have the proper number of WAVE-Video Wall licenses activated in your system.
- Each one allows controlling of the video wall from a single computer (one session) or extends Video Wall to 2 displays.
Configuring WAVE Video Wall
- Install and launch the WAVE Client on the computer you will be using to drive the monitor(s) to be part of the WAVE Video Wall feature.
- Log into your WAVE system.
- From the Main Menu button choose New -> Video Wall
- The WAVE client will automatically detect monitors connected to the device you are setting up the Video Wall upon. Click to add all monitors to the Video Wall.
- Press save to finish.
- You should now see the newly added monitors in the Resource Panel under the newly created Video Wall. Now would be a good time to rename the monitors and the Video Walls if you have multiple Video Walls running on a system to avoid confusion.
Using WAVE Video Wall
- Right-click on the Video Wall in Resource Panel and choose Switch to Video Wall Mode.
- Now from any Desktop Client connected to the same WAVE System, you can drag a layout or a 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 the video wall. This will allow all your move to be displayed on the Video wall. (Windows Client Only).