ATEN’s VS1912 12-Port DP Videowall Media Player is a video splitter, media player and videowall solution all in one. It allows creative users to put together videowall displays with overlapping media content and flexiable layouts.
To use, multimedia files are 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 simple and does not require extra software. The VS1912 also features a scheduling function that helps you create detailed playlists days, weeks, or even months ahead of time.
In addition, the VS1912 is equipped with two bi-directional RS-232 serial ports for controlling the connected displays, an HDMI input port for routing an additional HDMI source and USB 3.0, 2.0 ports for importing profile settings and schedules. With these features, the VS1912 has the flexibility to meet the needs of various environments, including trade shows, lobbies, conference halls, shopping malls, and any other public space requiring dynamic video displays.
Coming with a 1080p resolution, the VS1912 provides the perfect solution for digital signage, video walls, projection screens, and digital board set-ups through DisplayPort or DVI.
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Introducing the Extron USB-C HD 101 USB-C to HDMI interface. This new interface provides USB-C video connectivity to HDMI device inputs, while supporting the power and charging needs for USB-C source devices. The USB-C HD 101 converts USB-C video to HDMI.
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