Multi-monitor displays are only supported in Rise Player for Windows 10 and above.
Our templates are designed to scale automatically to 16:9 aspect ratios, which means to use templates your Displays should be arranged in a square such as 2x2 or 3x3. That said, you can build custom content to fit any display arrangement by starting from a blank canvas.
In this example I am configuring four displays that will be side by side in landscape mode. All four displays are set to a resolution of 1920x1080.
In Windows, make sure the setting for Multiple displays is set to "Extend these displays". This will make the displays behave like one big desktop.
I need to configure Rise Player to treat four displays as one large display, so I will take the horizontal resolution (1920) and multiply it by 2. My new screen width with be 3840. I will also take the vertical resolution (1080) and multiply it by 2. My new screen height will be 2160.
- In Windows Explorer, navigate to C:\Users\your username\AppData\Local\rvplayer. Replace your username with the name of the account that is logged into Windows.
- Right click the RiseDisplayNetworkII.ini file, then click Open With > Wordpad.
- In Wordpad add the lines:
- Save and close Wordpad.
- Connect any additional Displays and restart Rise Player.