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Author Topic: New user to Linsn LEDStudio needs help!!  (Read 7492 times)


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New user to Linsn LEDStudio needs help!!
« on: February 15, 2015, 12:20:05 PM »
I am trying to set up three LED cabinets together to be as one display. I am using Linsn LEDStudio because it was recommended by LED-Card.com when I bought my receiving and sending cards through them. I am having problems making the 3 screens I linked together into one big display. Is anyone familiar with this software and how to resolve this problem? I'm sure it is a simple solution but I cannot find it. Also, since I am new to this, is anyone knows of a more user friendly software than LEDStudio, please share. Thank you.


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Re: New user to Linsn LEDStudio needs help!!
« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2015, 12:31:22 PM »
Have you gotten the Signage Player to successfully show on one screen?


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Re: New user to Linsn LEDStudio needs help!!
« Reply #2 on: May 04, 2015, 04:44:33 PM »
Hi Buddy,

LedStudio is for the Linsn driving cards you will find in your LED screen.

You need to set the screens up in an array connecting them together with an ethernet cable to your sending card box (where the DVI signal goes into).

Once connected you then need to config the screens.

LEDStudio itself is a basic player. It handles both the config and basic signage.

If you need more help drop me an email at reece @ screencorp . com . au (cant put the email together as it blocks... but you get the jist)

Btw i work for Screencorp - which is Australia's largest LED Supplier and Digital Signage provider. Whilst we use Linsn LED Studio to config our Linsn screens we use MediaSignage as the driving engine to drive content to the screens. Linsn's LEDStudio is pretty clunky and falls over if left unattended.


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