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Old 28th February 2007
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Hi Guys,
I've been doing a bit of searching and found a couple of players that can display video across multiple monitors. I found that if I set BSPlayer to use vm9 renderless it too can achieve this. But it looks very pixelated and lags a bit. Is there a better setting?
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Pixelation might be caused by software point to point resampling. Try watching your video bit-identical in its native resolution. (Applicable only with CRT display(s).)
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actually bsplayer disables hardware acceleration if u want to display the video across multiple monitors = pixelation and lag :D

it's a "bug" .. there are other players without any problems in this case (with VMR7 and 9)
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Thankyou J7N and JTHawK#2,
I managed to find another player that achieves this successfully. Hopefully bsplayer will include this eventually as it is an awesome player 8)
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Hi

When using the nvidia dualview with different resolution on the two monitors bsplayer crasher with this error: "Couldn't create off-screen Surface"
This only happens when one screen uses fullscreen resolution (1:1.333)
and the other uses widescreen resolution (1:1.6)
I can't test with both monitors using widescreen resolution.
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Hi

After testing some more I found out that it happened only when the video was decoded by ffdshow.

I'd like to test with another player to see if the same happens.
Can anyone suggest another player I can test with?
It will have to report which decoder is used, as bsplayer does.
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