The ATEN team introduces the VS1912 12-Port DP Video Wall Media Player at InfoComm 2017. The VS1912 12-Port DP Video Wall Media Player is a PC-based media player and just what you need for multi-display applications such as digital signage, video walls, projection screens and digital board installations.
The VS1912 supports video wall configurations with up to 12 displays and allows you to design imaginative, creative video walls in various asymmetric configurations. With custom widget tools, you can add banners, video playback, flash media, images and real-time clock displays overs traditional media. The Advanced Video Wall features allow you to resize, layer (including Picture in Picture), span across multiple screens and even rotate pictures and videos at 90° intervals. The sky's the limit!
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 a wide range of environments, such as trade shows, lobbies, conference halls, shopping malls, and any other public space requiring truly dynamic video displays.
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