Everything you need to know to put together a Hyperwall Presentation
There's a lot involved in putting together a successful Hyperwall presentation. This video will walk you through the process, even if you're completely new to "the wall." File specifications as well as useful tips & tricks are all covered.
Don't use Keynote or Powerpoint animations and transitions! They don't work on the hyperwall.
Presentations should be WIDESCREEN/16:9 and have a BLACK or DARK BACKGROUND
The Hyperwall is built to make imagery look great! So MAXIMIZE pictures & MINIMIZE text
The Hyperwall can display visuals up to 6k natively (5760 x 3240 pixels - bigger is fine too) across all 9 screens. 4k (3840 x 2160) looks great, but try to make sure your visuals are at least 1080p (1920 x 1080). Anything smaller is best displayed across a smaller grouping of screens (watch the video if that doesn't make sense).
When you send us your visuals, PNG's & TIF's work best for stills and MP4's for movies. H.264 works well, but don't use ProRes(!!!), it doesn't display correctly on the Hyperwall.
Talk to us if you've got a different format, we can handle many others
If you have a video with audio that is essential to your presentation we can accommodate it, but we absolutely need to know in advance - both to ensure that the system is set up to handle it onsite, and because it will affect the way we prepare your slides for the Hyperwall