National Software Laboratory announced the immediate availability of ArraySync on Friday. ArraySync is a Mac OS X-based application that lets users span a single QuickTime movie across multiple displays over a network or a single computer.
ArraySync builds video walls
The application supports building video walls from single or multiple Macs or PCs, works over local networks, and doesn’t require any specialized hardware to run.
The company also introduced ArrayShaker to split a QuickTime movie as rows and columns into individual movies that can be pushed out to ArraySync client computers.
ArraySync is priced at US$29.99, and the client application is available as a free download. Both are available at the National Software Laboratory Web site.