Current test server setup - Dell Latitude 7410 Laptop (Intel Core i5) 1.7GHz, 8GB RAM, Win 10 (64), Wireless. Spacedesk Driver version 0.9.94
Client devices - 36 iPad 2's all running iOS 9.3.5
My Goal - To run all 36 ipads as a video wall either showing 1 full image or video across all iPads.
When the ipads are connected to spacedesk, their displays are defaulted to landscape. I found that you can change them all to portrait within the PC display settings but if I ever need to turn off spacedesk or something goes wrong and the iPads disconnect, you have to start the portrait setup all over again. Is there a way that spacedesk / windows 10 could remember the previous display settings? I tried using the video wall engine and was hoping the rotation angle for each ipad would help with this issue but it doesn't seem to rotate the display in full. For example if I have the iPads currently showing their display's in landscape, I enter 90 degrees and you would thing the entire landscape display would turn into portrait but just a black ipad screen is displayed. The rotation angle box is working as I type in lower degree numbers and I see it move accordingly but this seems to be more for when you need to slightly rotate the display instead of in full.
I have also found that when I already have my ipads connected to spacedesk but then I open the video wall engine, the ipads will disconnect no matter how many ipads I use in the group. However, the way around this seems to be that I need to have the ipads disconnected from spacedesk first and then turn on the video wall engine. Once the engine is on I can connect the ipads to spacedesk and the ipads will stay connected just fine.
If any one can let me know if there is anything I can do or if I am doing something wrong or maybe its because some of my issues are because I am using a weak testing setup.