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Andres Garcia
video wall advice
on Apr 11, 2006 at 7:51:03 pm

Hi my client wants that I produce and present a 5 sinchronized videos displayed through 5 projectors. Anyone could give me some advices? Is there any machine that synchronize the 5 resources, or that store the videos and display them at the same time?

Andres


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Bob Bonniol
Re: video wall advice
on Apr 11, 2006 at 8:47:57 pm

Check the following:

http://www.dataton.com (product: Watchout)
http://www.avstumpfl.com (product: Wings Platinum)
http://www.greenhippo.com (product: Hippotizer)
http://www.highend.com (product: Catalyst)

Good luck,
Bob Bonniol



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Andres Garcia
Re: video wall advice
on Apr 11, 2006 at 11:05:09 pm

Thank you very much. Have you heard something about a Mac based solution? Like a dataton for the Mac?


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Bob Bonniol
Re: video wall advice
on Apr 12, 2006 at 5:46:35 pm

I think that Dataton does make watchout for the Mac...

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Thomas Leong
Re: video wall advice
on Apr 13, 2006 at 11:41:47 am

Think that was true for Watchout version 1.0.
From version 1.4 on (current is version 3.1), Dataton went all Windows, and opened up for themselves a whole new market, and doing quite well at that.

You may try Apple's freeware Boot Camp, but tread carefully. I hear some users at the Mac forums have had problems with it where the install of XP via Boot Camp hosed the Mac OS X, and only a reformat of the harddisk could get them back into a Mac environment. No wonder Apple has declined support for Boot Camp.

Thomas Leong
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