5 Tips for Video Wall Content Creation
When it comes to video wall content creation, there are some things to keep in mind that will differ from other media outlets such as print or TV. Check out these 5 best practices for making sure your design for your next LED display screen is aesthetically optimized.
1. Get the aspect ratio right
When making content for LED walls, the most important part of the resolution is the aspect ratio. If your video wall is 960×540 16:9, for example, then you can display files at 960x540p, 1280×720, 1920×1080, and so-on. Keep in mind that scaling up the file resolution to be higher than the actual LED board will not result in higher image quality, however.
2. Be mindful of resolution, pixel density, and viewing distance
The pixel density of your LED screen (measured as pixel pitch) and viewing distance will determine how big and bold you need to make your graphics. In general, the lower the screen resolution and farther the viewing distance, the bigger you need to make your graphics. With hi-res indoor video walls, you can get away with displaying smaller graphics.