Video walls made easy by Userful. Userful turns a standard PC into a flexible and powerful video wall controller that delivers visually stunning displays over the network with unparalleled simplicity and ease, at an affordable price. With Userful you can deliver any layout including one of a kind artistic or mosaic-style video walls, with up to 8k source content in real time on up to 100 displays per video wall using virtually unlimited simultaneous internal and external content sources on preset zones across a single video wall or onto a mix of video walls and digital signs. It’s all easily managed from a browser or smart phone. Now with a powerful API for advanced integration.
The video wall processor is an important part of any video wall solution. Organizations around the world are turning to video walls to deliver their message and enliven their public spaces. They’re eye catching, they attract attention, and in a world in which consumers see digital displays everywhere, video walls stand out.
To drive anything but the simplest types of video walls, you will need a video wall processor. In the past, video wall processors have been expensive and complicated. Userful has changed that with software that turns a standard PC into a high performance and flexible video wall processor or video wall controller. Now, with Userful, any organization can deploy a stunning video wall, using a standard PC, Userful software and their network.
In this video, we’ll cover the basics on video wall processors, when you need one, how they differ from video wall controllers, and how to choose the right video wall processor for your needs. Later in the video, we’ll show you how to turn a $500 off the shelf PC into a high-end video wall processor.
So what is a video wall processor?
A video wall processor, it’s an advanced signal router that takes several inputs and creates a single image over a grid of synchronized displays, a video wall. ‘Video wall processor’ and ‘video wall controller’ are two terms that are sometimes used interchangeably but a video wall processor, strictly speaking, is the hardware solution that takes multiple inputs and displays one or more of those inputs on a series of synchronized displays.