How do I run RiseVision without a media player?

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Steve, what exactly are you trying to achieve?

You can install Rise Vision App on your PC, simply uncheck 'autostart' during installation. This way you can start it manually for lets say presentation testing purposes and then just close it.
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I am trying to run multiple monitors with unique content (PowerPoint slides or an equivalent--no video).

I have several "2-in-1 windows based devices" I can use "per monitor" yet would really prefer to run 4 monitors from one PC or MAC.
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then build a system with a video card that has number of output ports for 4 displays. I just built one with 3 HDMI ports. I am not aware of a video card that would have 4 HDMI, but there is a number of them that have 4+ of display ports.
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You can also use 4K monitor divided in 4 areas and use a single video output for that.
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If I can configure system to have video card with 4 outport displays, can I use RiseVision to control the content/each monitor?
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steve, you can create single presentation that is the same resolution as combine resolution of 4 monitors. Keep in mind the layout of displays (2X2 or 1X4) when creating presentation. Then simply split it accordingly and add content for each area.

For example, 1 seamless presentation for three-display (1920X1080) setup (1X3 array), which is 1080X1290 X3 = 1080X5760: http://preview.risevision.com/?type=presentation&id=58b7a13d-b181-416b-a13e-da41c64caec9

Give it some time to upload, it has a lot of sheets widget instances that requires a ton of data to pull in.
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