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Triple 1080p display XT244

My organisation has a display wall made up of 3 x 1080p displays side-by-side. We have an XT244 and BrightAuthor:Connected. 

Is there a way to get each screen running at full resolution as its own zone? Currently the best results have been achieved by creating a 1920x1080 presentation and splitting this into 3 zones, however this greatly limits the resolution of the content we're able to show, and it doesn't look particularly great.

 

Ideally we would create a presentation with a resolution of 5760*1080 and make this into 3 x 1080p zones. I've tried creating a 4096*2160 presentation and splitting it this way but we are still limited by resolution, even though 3x1080p has a lower pixel count than 4096*2160.

Is there a way to create a presentation with a custom resolution, or would this set up require different hardware? 

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    Bright Scripters

    From your description is sounds like a single player is driving 3 displays that are Daisy-Chained together.

    Could you share the display model?

    What is the content that you are trying to play?

    Are you just looping a video?

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    Michael Kennett

    From your description is sounds like a single player is driving 3 displays that are Daisy-Chained together.

    This is correct - they're daisy-chained and running in a 3x1 tile config

    Could you share the display model?

    The model is LG 49VL5F 

    What is the content that you are trying to play?

    Are you just looping a video?

    The content is (currently) a video on the centre screen and the company logo on the two outer screens, however this is likely to change, potentially having social media posts and other content in the future.

    Thanks!

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    Bright Scripters

    You should be able to get a sharp pixel-perfect image by arranging the digital assets on the BrightSign "canvas" as shown in the attached image. The logo is assumed to be an image file. If the logo is animated, you could create two videos. One layered over the other to crate the desired effect. Adobe After effects could be very helpful in such process.

    I assumed that with daisy chain the first monitor can accept input at 3840x2160 but the manual is not showing support for UHD resolution.

    If UHD res is not supported in tile mode then you could add two more players and use BrightSign's AutoWall

    https://www.brightsign.biz/key-features/autowall

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