A quick look at Analog Way’s website, I see why you like this. Do you you have a go to option for working with organization on a limited budget?I really like Analog Way's Ascender software, but thats a browser based system that tags along with their processing/switcher. It just makes it super easy for edge blending or manipulating. But thats a bit of a step up from most systems I've seen in theatre and carries a cost that goes with it.
Calling @ruinexplorer Would you mind coming to our OP's aid?Sorry to partially resurrect an older thread, but I've just been asked last-minute, to do some research and figure out specs/prices for projectors/screens what we would need, to do the start of immersive projections in our Drama Studio space at my school. We went to talk about the tech needs for next year's budget, and of course out tech coordinators want more info, and now the teachers have asked me to quickly do some research.
I'm guessing we'd need 4 identical projectors, the appropriate software to edge blend, and what ever combination of cabling/interface is needed to make this work... it's all well over my head as the extent of projections for theatre that I've done have mainly been using keynote, or a combination of simple video and the video functions of QLab 3 years ago.
Bearing in mind that we are a school, and I've also had problems running more than 2 connected projectors on my 2017 15" MacBook Pro... which I thought could handle 4 displays, but maybe it was the Thunderbolt-to-VGA adapters that were my problem.
Thanks in advance!