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Revision as of 20:34, 23 February 2017


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(Updated 2017.02.23)


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Introduction

Userful™ software appliance allow users to use or enable various system-level settings to create high quality video walls with better content synchronization to yield optimal performance.

Performance Settings

Performance Settings
  • Nvidia Offload Card Support
Enabling "Nvidia Support" offloads more than 50% workload of the CPU to the Nvidia GPU card. Userful™ supports Nvidia offload support, that enables the administrators to create bigger and high quality video wall with better content synchronization. For more details, visit Nvidia Offload Support page.
  • Enable 60 fps: Enable this feature for better content synchronization.
Note: Userful recommends using a 10Gig NIC and a switch with a 10Gbps uplink port, as switching to 60 fps increases the network bandwidth.
  • Enable Direct Sync
"Direct Sync" feature improves the content synchronization across displays in a standalone configuration or in a video wall setup and frees up CPU. It prevents station number and message from being displayed during video playback thus avoiding distractions during playback.
Note: It is highly recommended to configure and map video walls to the session containers before enabling this feature. Similarly disable this feature before making any changes to the existing video wall.
  • Display Scaling
By default, Userful host is configured to use display scaling, it uses the built-in scalar within the display to improve the image quality. Almost all displays have a built-in scalar that convert incoming sources to fit their output display size. You can switch to "server-side" scaling by disabling this option, provided you have a Nvidia Offload Card installed and enabled. For more details, visit FAQs page.


The changes would take effect after the system reboot.


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