How to connect 6 monitors using twisted pair and router?
Hello, dear. There was a problem, which I don't have enough knowledge in the field of networking. So
6 screens (i.e. TVs) > connected twisted pair to the 6 ports of the router (each in a separate port, respectively) > which is connected one wire to the other router
Must be controlled locally (or remotely if possible) from one computer the content displayed on each screen separately. Type content is a static image.
For clarity: 6 monitors hanging on the catering you want to display on each different images menu. Now it is solved very elegantly (not): stupid in every screen on the flash drive with one picture. Need to get away somehow from this scheme and begin either locally or remotely, these same pictures.
Please help with the direction of the digging, and in what direction to look. As I understand it, my option is DLNA server on the local computer?
UPD.: TV LG 32SL5B-B - the descriptions are Professor panels with integrated media players. As it turned out, they are all already connected to the Internet, but here's an ambush, run something like smartTV I failed regular tools, although I imagine that since the Internet is what it should be and the function to open websites etc.
1) If the TV supports the viewing of images with any of network resources (ftp, http, smb), you can open them. However if you change symbols it will be necessary for the remote to click refresh picture.
2) your TV probably support IPTV, you can make a simple video from one picture and broadcast it to the network some VLC/ffmpeg as multicast.
3) If IPTV is not to take conventional IPTV set-top box to run it on the stream with Multicast, as written above, and using coke to distribute as an analog or digital signal on the TV.
4) In the forehead of zakljuciti in parallel and power them from the DVI/VGA all from the same lace.
5) you Can and dlna, handy if all TV is the same model. The variant does not differ from option 2 in hardware.
6) to Print the image to a good printing and hang it on the monitors)
Lucas answered on June 26th 19 at 15:56
In addition to the other answers I want to add that in the case of commercial organization, sometimes you need to think not only about technology, but about the reliability of the solution. You want in addition to the TV and stick to add a large number of points of failure + to complicate very simple working scheme. TVs rarely die, stick too, especially if it 1 time a day to read the data and almost nothing to write (and occasionally update the picture).
You want to add to this scheme:
- two routers (most likely cheap, home level)
- SKS, which is also sometimes brings surprises
server which becomes a single precise of refusal for all monitors
And yet the fact that the "playing" through the network picture will be caching and ostayutsya on the screen, if the connectivity to the server is lost.
So I would advise you to evaluate the reliability of decisions and risks. Not every fast food can afford to stay for a few hours (or even days) without a menu.
ashlee_Stiedemann52 answered on June 26th 19 at 15:58
The multicast transmission is for 6 TVs or consoles connected to the TV. And if simple, then take the kom with multiple graphics cards: built-in supports 2 monitors, 3 external and a second external 3. Can I have one external on 4 monitors. Make it so that all it worked and was determined. Then take and put in AutoPlay 6 different portable versions of potplayer, each in the settings, give the output in full screen mode your monitor. In the startup, specify the path to the recorded file from the video and key output in full-screen mode.
All, when you start the computer we have for every TV are different video with different copies of potplayer. Even if suddenly it will reboot, anyway, everything will be restored. You can make a playlist and add different video files, moving the window with the playlist on a separate monitor and adding the data there.
Option is even perversely take ASTER buy it on 6 jobs, put on one computer, customizable to each user your monitor, turn on the autologin user and everyone in startup do your own locally installed potplayer.
How to add files from potplayer or edit playlist on the fly - a separate conversation.
Terrell.Stehr18 answered on June 26th 19 at 16:00
Another option, if all TV the "one" router
1 set the HDMI Ethernet Mobidick VLC3ET732 - set TX/RX (transmitter and receiver)
5 additional HDMI Ethernet Mobidick VLC3ET732R - One receiver RX
The transmitter is connected to a computer and print on all 6 TV all that you want - even though video picture