Splitting a video signal in quarters over 4 monitors with win2k

Splitting a video signal in quarters over 4 monitors with win2k

Post by Andrew Sterni » Fri, 18 Jul 2003 03:06:35

I want to split a video signal into four parts.  I don't want to
repeat the signal over the monitors; I want to "quarter" the signal
and output it to four monitors, each showing a portion of the whole.
I am using Win2k, and 4 video cards, noting special, some sort of
nvidia chipset.  There is no way to do this with Win2k AFAIK, and I've
not the budget to buy new video cards (nonprofit childrens museum we
are).  Is there a way I can do this with software?  I would like to
play a quicktime or other format movie file.



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