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#1 Posted : Wednesday, March 23, 2011 8:25:36 PM(UTC)

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hi martin,

1. is there any possibility to individualize each input source from vmix, send them to separated external monitors, matching each video source to a monitor properly labeled with name and fps and choose how many external monitors we want to use?

2. is it possible to implement a feature that make possible use the output mixing or a single input from vmix to a video wall composed by multiple monitors?

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1. Current graphics hardware is only capable of one stream at the moment.

2. There are plenty of hardware devices out there that take a single video output and split it up for use with a video wall. Computer graphics hardware itself is not capable of this task internally.

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Hi Melody, Martin & all,

I've only just started using this amazing software and I know you can preview each source and the "next" shot shows in a larger window than the source monitors but, being used to a seperate monitor for each camera I find the small source monitors a bit of a problem.

I'm using Black Magic Intensity Pro cards which allow a simultaneous output to an external monitor for each input, albeit in component format, but 5 (so far) component monitors would be expensive and more kit than I care to transport to gigs.

I believe an elegant and hopefully "do-able" solution would be to make the source monitors larger and able to be shown all on one seperate monitor. I'm sure the multiple monitor option under Windows would be capable of that, but it would taks a bit of re-programming, of course, but it would add value to the software package.

Kind regards
Brian Hazelden
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