gazman99 — 2011-09-20T06:41:23-04:00 — #1
I need to output a flash file to hugh LED video wall and was wondering the best way to achieve this. Im going to be running a laptop connected to an A/V desk in a live event situation.
Currently my flash stage size at 1600x900 running at fullscreen.
What is the max width & height I could go to? I've got a budget for a new laptop, graphic card, multiple screens etc if needed. I just need to up the resolution so HD content look crisp and doesnt need to rely on being upscaled by A/V desk to much.
I want to avoid the Garbage In, Garbage Out scenerio.
Thanks for any ideas. G
eastcoast — 2011-09-20T09:27:29-04:00 — #2
gazman99 — 2011-09-20T09:33:39-04:00 — #3
thanks EastCoast, that leads nicely onto the more techincal issue of how do you output that?
Is some fancy graphics card needed to achieved that resolution??
eastcoast — 2011-09-20T18:25:42-04:00 — #4
Most cards will do an extended desktop over e.g 2 x 1920x1080. You can either have multiple cards or get specialist quad head cards like the Nvidia NVS440