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display resolution (frequency)

 
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ptak



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PostPosted: Sat Nov 01, 2014 5:56 pm    Post subject: display resolution (frequency) Reply with quote

Hi,

i want ask about display resolution - we use output from songbeamer PC(second screen) as input to ATEM switcher and things work only when it is 1920x1080x25Hz (necessary for mixing with HD video in realtime).
PC is WinXP - I don't know it could be problem connected with XP or not. But I think that when I start songbeamer he touch video-settings and set up different frequency (because who else?Smile.
I find workaround to start songbeamer and then change again resolution/frequency, but it is not something that I can demand by ordinary users.

Is there a way how to tell songbeamer to force secondary monitor to 1920x1080x25Hz ? or how to tell him "don't touch on video settings"

Thanks

Jan
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Sebastian
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Joined: 22 Apr 2006
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 06, 2014 9:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

SongBeamer can change the display settings, but it does not touch them by default. So somebody must have enabled that.

Go to Tools->Options->Projection and clear "Automatically enable/disable 2nd monitor". SongBeamer will still use the 2nd monitor if it available at startup.
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