Video Wall Software from Datapath Makes the Move to Mac
Wall Designer software from Datapath is currently available for MacOS platforms. Wall Designer includes a visually-based interface for multiscreen video wall controllers Fx4, Fx4-SDI and Hx4. The software allows customers to move projects to an entirely virtual canvas, where they can adjust input resolution to their needs. Further, the Datapath software displays essential information on metrics, like bezel sizes, refresh rates, and
A press release from Datapath claims that the company made the move to MacOS to let Wall Designer benefit from Apple’s 64bit architecture as well as its multicore processing. The new platform gives users the power to monitor, program, and manage the adjustments of their video wall. More applications are sure to be discovered as a new wave of users engages with the software.
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