Configuring EIZO video wall settings - Video Wall 3.1

Video Wall Plugin Guide 3.1

Applies to
Video Wall 3.1
Last updated
2021-07-23
Content type
Guides
Guides > Plugin and extension guides
Language
English (United States)
Product
Video Wall
Version
3.1

You can configure certain settings of the EIZO video wall directly from Config Tool. These settings are also configurable from the video wall's web page.

Procedure

  1. From the Config Tool home page, open the Plugins task.
  2. In the Plugins task, from the entity browser, expand the plugin role and the EIZO video wall unit, and then select the EIZO video wall you want to configure.
  3. Configure the following fields:
    Brightness
    Adjust the brightness percentage of the monitor.
    Aspect ratio mode
    Select an aspect ratio for the video.
    Camera name display
    Display or hide the name of the camera on the video.
    Key lock
    When set to ON, the buttons on the front of the monitor are disabled.
    USB lock
    When set to ON, the use USB devices are disabled.
    NOTE: When this setting is modified, the monitor must be restarted.
    IR controller lock
    When set to ON, the operations from the remote control are disabled.
    Fullscreen
    Display or hide the menu on the monitor.
    Sleep prevention mode
    Select a schedule. When the schedule is active the video wall is in Live Image Screen mode. When the schedule is inactive, the Quick Shutdown mode is enabled.
    Local display control
    Set to ON if you want to control the video wall using Security Center, and control the video wall directly, for example, using the remote or the monitor's web page. Set to OFF if you want to control the video wall using only Security Center.
    NOTE: When set to OFF, changes that are not made using Security Center will be reverted unexpectedly.
  4. To configure additional video wall settings, click Open settings web page.

After you finish

You can use the Copy configuration tool to copy the settings to another video wall.

For more information on how to use the Copy configuration tool, see Copying configuration settings from one entity to another.