Zoom Commander is the central controller, manager and coordinator of multiple instances (copies) of Zoom Presenter running on remote, network accessible computers.
Zoom Presenter displays media and interactive content across one or multiple display devices in fullscreen, split-‘screen zone’ or picture-in-picture layouts.
In a ‘Video Wall’ configuration, Zoom Presenter is used to render Video, Image and Interactive content across multiple display devices transforming the display devices to a single, larger display.
In a ‘Screen Zone’ configuration, Zoom Presenter instances are installed on one or more PCs, playing diverse media and interactive content in multiple screen – zones within each Monitor, TV or Projector display device.
In a ‘Multiple Screens’ configuration, multiple Zoom Presenter instances are used on one or more PCs, with custom media content playing on each connected display device or screen zone.
Using Zoom Commander’s integrated schedule editor, media and web content is scheduled for presentation on a remote screen at a specified time & date with optional priority and function.
To manage an unlimited number of display devices and screen zones, Zoom Commander provides a TAG system used to quickly search and control multiple screen.
Zoom Commander can filter screen entries using the TAG system and ‘Link’ the filtered screens to apply playback control & scheduling to multiple screens with a single command.
Zoom Commander’s playback controls can play, pause, seek, edit playlist and volume level on a remote display device or multiple, linked display devices. Making Zoom Commander the ideal tool for remote media presentations.
Leveraging cloud technologies, media content is quickly distributed across the internet. Learn how to setup Zoom Commander to take full advantage of the latest cloud synchronization technologies.
Zoom Commander’s web browsing technology integrates interactive CMS (Content Management System) driven screen zones with the full power of custom web design and beautifully rendered templates.
It is possible to encrypt Zoom Commander to Zoom Presenter communication with a password, preventing third parties from hijacking a display device.