[AG-TECH] Multi Display Cards Recommendation

Peter DeSantis peter at jumbovision.com.au
Mon Jul 11 20:41:04 CDT 2005

We used XP sp2, Asus mainboards, 3.0ghz intel cpu etc etc.

Im sure i sure 1 or 2 posts from someone else about this issue and that there possibly was a fix, but we never tested it out.
I think the post stated links to 2 upgraded versions of vic that they stated fixed the problem, but it wasnt clear that they were in fact running in independentat screen mode to see the problem.

As for the resolution matrox claim there is a tool on thier wesbite that allows you to add this custom resoltuion, but i aint testededd it.
For what it is worth my opinion is that if you aint gonna use one of the vic variations that allow greater than 388x252 pixel capture you should not look to use anyhting higher than 1280x1024.


 >>  Hi Peter, I realize this is a month later... but going  back through
 >>  messages I found yours.

 >>  Well, I can confirm this behavior as well with the product now having just
 >>  gotten the card in one of our nodes to try. I haven't tried that
 >>  resolution though, but have the screen corruption you talked about. Did
 >>  it happen with any other application besides Vic?Any fix to this problem?
 >>  Seemed to duplicate from screens 1 to 2 and 3 to 4. So we had to resort
 >>  to the stretch  mode and since our setup was just 2 projectors and 2
 >>  monitors we went with 2x2 such that the windows taskbar stayed on the
 >>  operator monitors and had to drag stuff "up" to the projectors. Annoying
 >>  for me, but worked.

 >>  Which OS were you doing this on?

 >>  Thanks, John Q.
 >>  -- 
 >>  John I. Quebedeaux, Jr.
 >>  Louisiana State University
 >>  Computer Manager / LBRN & CCT / 131 Life Sciences Bldg. & 339 Johnston
 >>  Hall
 >>  e-mail: johnq at lsu.edu or johnq at cct.lsu.edu / web: http://lbrn.lsu.edu &
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 >>  On Jun 9, 2005, at 8:49 PM, Peter DeSantis wrote:

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