Samsung units must be on a wired network
A compatible network switch that supports IGMP
Only one Presentation is recommended
All videos need to be of the same length, for example, 10 seconds
All displays would need a Presentation with SyncPlay enabled and all units using the same SyncPlay ID
A compatible network switch (specs below)
The Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) is a protocol that allows several devices to share one IP address so they can all receive the same data. IGMP is a network layer protocol used to set up multicasting on networks that use the Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4). Specifically, IGMP allows devices to join a multicasting group.
Note: On the latest Samsung QM-Series units, SyncPlay video appears in front of all other layers on the displays. Therefore, any HTML including Fields using dynamic text will be hidden behind a SyncPlay video.