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Has anyone use this system before

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Here's the link to the image http://imgur.com/a/hLV5Pz4

How do you make it to full screen? 

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10 minutes ago, veltix said:

How do you make it to full screen? 

Are you talking about the video(s) or Windows? Since Windows isn't using the full screen area.


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12 minutes ago, veltix said:

Here's the link to the image http://imgur.com/a/hLV5Pz4

How do you make it to full screen? 

Maybe F11 does anything. Otherwise I would try click on a certain camera feed, try checking the settings and try right clicking on some stuff. Or try to 'drag' away certain windows by hovering with a mouse between the border of the two pieces.


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-> Moved to Troubleshooting

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I'm gonna guess that monitor is VGA. As I haven't seen that in digital input era. You can auto-adjust if monitor has option for that. If not, you can strech video signal from menus.


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If you are talking about taking everything full screen, I don't think that is possible. But maybe you can make one of the feeds take up the entire window.

Have you tried double clicking the video feed you want to take up the full screen?

Maybe if you open "Preview" you might get additional controls.

 

Also, please change the password, and don't dymo it to the screen... ?

 

I haven't used this particular system before. But I have used something similar.

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On 2/15/2020 at 8:27 PM, The89Lunder said:

If you are talking about taking everything full screen, I don't think that is possible. But maybe you can make one of the feeds take up the entire window.

Have you tried double clicking the video feed you want to take up the full screen?

Maybe if you open "Preview" you might get additional controls.

 

Also, please change the password, and don't dymo it to the screen... ?

 

I haven't used this particular system before. But I have used something similar.

 

On 2/15/2020 at 5:15 AM, akio123008 said:

I know one that does it upon right clicking on the video feed.

 

On 2/15/2020 at 5:23 AM, minibois said:

Maybe F11 does anything. Otherwise I would try click on a certain camera feed, try checking the settings and try right clicking on some stuff. Or try to 'drag' away certain windows by hovering with a mouse between the border of the two pieces.

 

On 2/15/2020 at 8:27 PM, The89Lunder said:

If you are talking about taking everything full screen, I don't think that is possible. But maybe you can make one of the feeds take up the entire window.

Have you tried double clicking the video feed you want to take up the full screen?

Maybe if you open "Preview" you might get additional controls.

 

Also, please change the password, and don't dymo it to the screen... ?

 

I haven't used this particular system before. But I have used something similar.

The 4 video being shown Make it to fill the screen 

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