Once your hardware is set up, you're ready to connect your device to the internet. If you are using Ethernet, you already connected that during hardware setup and you are ready to proceed with the Screen Configuration steps. To connect to Wi-Fi, follow these steps:
- Make sure your media player is powered on. You will be automatically logged in as the Enplug user
- Minimize the player by pressing "Space"
- Open the Wi-Fi menu by clicking the Wi-Fi symbol in the taskbar
- Select and connect to your network
- Ensure that your displays are placed in the correct physical order
- If the player is running, minimize it by pressing "Space"
- Press "Windows Key" + "R" to open the Run dialogue
C:\Program Files\AMD\CNext\CNext\EyefinityPro.exe into the text field and click "Ok"
- If software is not preinstalled on the device, follow link below to download manually https://www.amd.com/en/support/graphics/radeon-500-series/radeon-500x-series/radeon-540x
- The AMD Eyefinity Pro Configuration Tool will open. Select your layout using the drop down on the top left corner and click the "Next" button
- To help you identify your screens click the "Identify" button
- Drag and drop each numbered display into the appropriate layout box
- Click “Create AMD Eyefinity Configuration" to complete your setup
- Your screens are now set up in your desired video wall configuration and you can connect to your Enplug account
Connect to Enplug
You will see a 2-word setup phrase on the screen. Log into the Enplug dashboard and connect your video wall as a new display.
- Follow these steps to link the device to existing content.
- Follow these steps to link the device to new content.
Be sure to match any custom content to the correct resolution for your screens. For example, if you are using a 1x4 video wall display, the total screen resolution would likely be 7680 x 1080. Custom graphics uploaded to the Corporate Graphics or Graphics & Video app should match that resolution to show full screen. Signs created in the Templates app should also match the screen resolution to show full screen.