With GV-Control Center, you can remotely configure and manage up to 200 Video Walls, each with a different layout. A video wall is an establishment of multiple monitors on a server, which is a PC installed with multiple graphic cards. Depending on the incoming IP sources, you can display actual-size images on the Video Wall.
On each Video Wall, you can:
display up to 288 IP channels
display actual size IP images
freely adjust the size and position of each channel, whether it be within or across monitors
display up to 16 zoomed channels with Zoom Window
display up to 16 Scan Window, each is capable of displaying up to 64 channels in turn, at customizable time interval
display up to 16 web pages with Web Window
play back up to 16 videos with Media Window
play back up to 16 videos with Remote ViewLog Window
display up to 288 channels of customized view region of remote monitors
display live views enabled from Remote E-Map
Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 / Server 2008 R2 / Server 2012 R2
Core i7 2600K, 3.4 GHz
16 GB Dual Channels
Please see the GPU Decoding Specifications below.
with Video Wall function inserted to GV-Control Center
To display a megapixel IP channel across monitors, make sure the external graphic cards on a server are of the same brand, model and driver version, and the capacity of graphic cards are of NVIDIA GTS 450 or higher to ensure maximum efficiency.
200 Video Wall servers (Each server can display up to 288 channels)
1 Video Wall server
1. Control Center + Video Wall (1 to 200 license)
2. Control Center + Vital Sign Monitor + Video Wall (1 to 200 license)
1. Make sure you insert a GV-USB dongle with Video Wall function to Control Center server.
2. It is recommended to use the internal GV-USB Dongle to have the Hardware Watchdog function which restarts the PC when Windows crashes or freezes.
GPU Decoding Specifications
A higher total frame rate can be achieved if your CPU or external VGA supports GPU decoding.
On-board VGA: GPU decoding is only supported when using the following Intel chipsets:
For H.265 Video Compression
• 6th Generation Intel Core i3 / i5 / i7 Desktop Processors (Skylake)
External VGA: GPU decoding is only supported when using NVIDIA graphics cards with compute capability 3.0 or above and memory 2 GB or above. To look up the commute capability of the NVIDIA graphics cards, refer to: https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-gpus.
Note: NVIDIA graphic cards do not support H.265 GPU decoding.
Each GV-Control Center can support up to 200 Video Walls with the appropriate dongle. For each Video Wall, you can install and display:
Maximum No. of Monitors
*The maximum number of monitors allowed depends solely on the graphic cards installed to the Video Wall server.
Maximum No. of Channels
Scan Window / Channels
16 / 64
Remote ViewLog Window
* On each Video Wall you can display a customized view region of a remote monitor.
Live view from Remote E-Map
Note: The total number of camera channels and Remote Monitors displayed on the Video Wall cannot exceed 288.
With the appropriate dongles, the Control Center allows you to display application windows such as Remote eMap, GIS, Vital Sign Monitor, Remote Desktop and Remote ViewLog on the defined monitors, along with the Video Wall. This establishment is illustrated below.
GV-Joystick V2 allows you to easily control PTZ cameras. It can be either plugged into the GV-Video Wall for independent use or connected to GV-Keyboard. Note: The control of GV-Video Wall using GV-Joystick V2 is supported by GV-Control Center V3.1.2 or later.
You can use GV-Keyboard V3 to control PTZ cameras and part of Zoom and Scan functions on GV-Video Wall.
Note: The control of GV-Video Wall using GV-Joystick V2 is supported by GV-Control Center V3.1.2 or later.