I realize this is something of an edgecase, but I've googled around a bit and haven't found anything saying i definitively can or cannot do this.
We have a windows 10 PC which is hooked up to a traditional monitor. We also have a networked video wall which presents itself to Windows as a secondary monitor.
When I launch rise vision, it launches on monitor 1, which has a resolution of 1080*1920. The secondary monitor is 7680*4320.
The player can be moved to the video wall by using the shift+win+right shortcut, but is in a wonky state where some of the content is displayed across the video wall, and some of it is display in only 1/4th.
In the rise vision portal, the display only ever says it's 1080*1920. I think it might have something to do with the monitor that Rise vision is launched in.
It would also be nice to auto-launch to the secondary monitor in case the computer is restarted.
Unfortunately for reasons I won't get into, the actual desk monitor has to remain the primary monitor and the video wall as the second.
I did come across editing the RiseDisplayNetworkII.ini file, but I don't want to span the Rise player, I just want it to launch to monitor2.
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