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Old 27th May 2006
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Default How to play video on secondary monitor (TV)

I've been searching through all the options and I've been looking for help files so I can find how to do it, but so far I couldn't find it.

A few weeks ago a friend managed to get video on my TV and my windows desktop on my CRT monitor, so it has got to be very simple I think..
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Rightclick on the desktop->properties->settings, click on the monitor marked as 2 and enable "extend the desktop onto this monitor (be sure your TV set is connected to the TV-out and is turned ON. If all is ok you should hear a confirmation sound and the option must remain active. Now open BSPlayer and a video file. Drag the video window onto right untill it goes over the screen border. Now is on ther secondary monitor. Press F and enjoy.
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Thanks for the reply! I finally managed to get video on my TV :)

But I now have another solution. You can specify somewhere in desktop->properties->settings->advanced->(last tab) that you want to play video on secondary monitor (=TV here). The default value is disabled.

After that, start a video and the video is displayed in fullscreen on your secondary monitor. You can minimize BSplayer on your primary monitor and the video stays fullscreen on your secondary. You can leave the monitor on 'clone desktop' I think.

HURRAH!
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