Recommendation for Splitter
If you want to capture your presentation and present it on the beamer at the same time, you have to split the signal before it is forwarded to the Beamer. In most classrooms today the signal will be transferred by HDMI. To split this signal we recommend the Gefen EXT-UHD600-12 Splitter (Available by https://www.videolink.ch/).
If you bought one, please get in touch with us (email@example.com) to update the EDID
Gefen's Ultra HD 600MHz Series of splitters take HDMI 2.0 to its highest specification of 4K 60 Hz at 4:4:4 chroma subsampling, along with HDR (High Dynamic Range) support. They go beyond the requirements of typical 4K systems, delivering stunning Ultra HD and DCI/Cinema picture up to 4096 x 2160 pixels at 60 frames per second without subsampling color. This ensures that the scene shown on the display is every bit as brilliant as the picture that the camera captured. HDR lets every subtle nuanced gradation of each pixel play out across the screen in immersive clarity. Gefens Ultra HD 600MHz Series creates a seamless bridge between the digital media of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Supporting the digital rights management standard for Ultra High Definition content, HDCP 2.2, as well as the legacy HDCP 1.4, Gefens Ultra HD 600MHz Series of products can handle the signal routing needs for both existing and new digital AV components in commercial AV systems.
The Ultra HD 600MHz Series supports Stereo and Multichannel digital audio including 7.1 channels of LPCM as well as the highest performance multichannel HBR (High Bit Rate) digital audio formats such as Dolby Atmos, Dolby TrueHD, DTS:X, and DTS-HD Master.
These splitters have been specifically designed to support multiple layers of cascading for flawless performance in large video distribution and signage applications, supporting up to hundreds of displays.
Gefens EXT-UHD600 product line was designed to work with Gefens Syner-G™ software suite. EDID and HDCP management, status monitoring, and firmware updates can be done in minutes using the Gefen Syner-G software.