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Multi-screen video reproducing system










Image Number 13 for United States Patent #7777692.

Exemplary embodiments of the present invention provide a multi-screen video reproducing system capable of performing synchronized video reproduction for a long time by using a simple system without recognizing an absolute time. The multi-screen video reproducing system comprises a LAN functioning as a network; a plurality of rendering units RU1 to RU4 connected to the LAN to output video data to a corresponding display device of a plurality of display devices D1 to D4; and a video distribution server VS which is connected to the LAN and which distributes the video data to the plurality of rendering units RU1 to RU4 and distributes timing information to the plurality of rendering units RU1 to RU4 through a simultaneous broadcast communication.








 
 
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