ExhibitView Technical User Guides - Flipbook - Page 22
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Suggested Screen Resolutions
Generally, your screen resolutions will work without issue by default.
However, it’s good to know where to change them, why you might
wish to change them, and why tablet PC’s (i.e. SurfacePro) typically
have a super high resolution that you must adjust. First, we will look
at the best, general resolutions for working with ExhibitView™.
Acceptable and standard screen resolutions can vary slightly.
However, there are standard screen resolutions for the laptop and
extended screen to use as a default starting point.
Laptop Screen: MAX resolution of 1980x1020 or less
Extended Screen: MAX resolution of 1980x1020 or less
These resolutions are standard high denition settings. In some cases,
with older courtrooms having older “square” monitors, the suggested
settings for the extended screen should be set to 1366x768 as this is
a “squarer” resolution for most older monitors. Also, courtrooms with
“mixed” screens (Wide HD and Square monitors) the 1366x768
setting will better suite a courtroom mixed with old and new
monitors/projectors. Laptop screen resolutions are typically set to the
preference of the user.