Submit a ticket My Tickets
Login  Sign up


Multiple Monitors can be connected to one windows player in order to run the Nod application across an entire video wall. 

There are three methods of setting up a Nod video wall, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. 

Video wall using Eyefinity

- Can only be used on devices with a Radeon graphics card

- Requires one port on the Windows device per screen on the video wall

- Can be difficult to use if you are planning on using your video wall for anything other than Nod. eg if you are planing on doing presentations from the video wall

Video wall using a daisy chain

- Requires extra setup time

- Requires specialised Nod images and videos.
- Setup can be used with a Windows device with a limited number of ports

- Instructions are specific to an LG signage device, they may differ if a different screen type is used. 

Video wall using command line sizing

- Requires one port on the Windows device per screen on the video wall

- Requires a calculation to figure out the video wall height and width

Note: NodMedia can only provide very limited advice on hardware setup and troubleshooting.

General videowall troubleshooting

- If you are using a variety of port types on your windows machine the colours and brightness of the connected screens will look slightly different. ie. a screen connected via HDMI will look slightly different to a screen connected via DisplayPort.
- Good cable management is essential. If a long heavy HDMI cable is  weighing on its port it will come loose and fall out at some point. 

- Allow extra time for your videowall setup, each site has their own idiosyncrasies.

Custom Layouts

If you would like to add images and videos per screen on your video wall ie. you want to add an image to just screen 1; contact Nod Support to help you set up a custom layout for your video wall.

Did you find it helpful? Yes No

Send feedback
Sorry we couldn't be helpful. Help us improve this article with your feedback.