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Old June 26th, 2007, 01:07 PM   #1
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2 displays + 1 monitor

I have PPro 2, with cineform prospect HD.

I'm using an Nvidia 7800gtx videocard to power my dual displays.

I've added a broadcast monitor for color correction that accepts S-video.

I need to find a way to output to all three, leaving my dual displays as windows for premiere and other programs, while only outputting broadcast spec full screen video to my monitor...

What makes this complex is that I'm editing in HD 1920x1080, and my monitor is SD (750 lines).

What else do I need to keep my dual display setup and achieve broadcast quality control on my broadcast monitor?

(I've heard of the firewire thru minidv camera, but...)
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Old June 29th, 2007, 08:32 AM   #2
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A second graphics card or exchange your nVidia to Matrox APV.

Or if you have a capture card or hardware like Multibridge you can hook up your monitor to it to get the picture
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