ATEN’s exciting new 3-in-1 video splitter, media player and video wall solution allows users to bring out their inner creative to put together video wall displays with overlapping media content and versatile video wall layouts – from standard to asymmetrical. The product’s media player can play multiple photos, videos and office files simultaneously. With its crystal-clear 1080p resolution, the VS1912 provides an ideal solution for multi-display applications such as digital signage, video walls, projection screens, and digital board installations either through DisplayPort or DVI.
The VS1912 supports configurations with up to 12 displays and allows you to design creative video walls in various asymmetric layouts. Custom widgets allow you to add banners, video playback, flash media, images and real-time clock displays over the screens. Use the special Superimpose feature to give you the freedom to overlap content anywhere on the screens and across the video wall to create a beautiful custom collage.
Multimedia files are simply uploaded and the system is set up from a computer connected across a network. With a built-in web interface and intuitive GUI (Graphical User Interface), access and configuration is totally straightforward and does not require extra software. The VS1912 also features a scheduling function that helps you arrange detailed playlists - days, weeks or even months at a time.
As you can see, the VS1912 3-in-1 video splitter, media player, and video wall solution allows you to create dynamic video wall displays with lego-block-like simplicity!
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