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Old 18th October 2009, 14:33
DontFeedTheAxel DontFeedTheAxel is offline
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i have a problem. im using 2 monitors in dual-view. i want one monitor to be streamed and the other one i want to use for other stuff. but while using 2 monitors the framerate is 25fps but it drops after some minutes to about 5fps. i do not have this problem when i deactivate the other monitor. but i still want to use both.
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thanks. axel
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Old 18th October 2009, 16:38
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hello
i have a problem. im using 2 monitors in dual-view. i want one monitor to be streamed and the other one i want to use for other stuff. but while using 2 monitors the framerate is 25fps but it drops after some minutes to about 5fps. i do not have this problem when i deactivate the other monitor. but i still want to use both.
any suggestions?
Yeah. Use a VNC client such as [b]Gbridge. It's the best.

I have nothing to do with the company, but I think it's the best client when it comes to viewing two monitors IMO.

Hope this helps.....

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Old 18th October 2009, 17:18
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well..thanks. this would be an option but i'd like to continue using livestream
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Old 18th October 2009, 19:04
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well..thanks. this would be an option but i'd like to continue using livestream
This won't interfere with LiveStream. One monitor can be streamed while you do stuff with the other.

The only drawback is you won't be able to stream the monitor you connect to with a VNC client because that will take away ALL of the 3D graphics which that computer is connected to INCLUDING DirectX. That only leaves you with the computer which you ARE doing stuff with.

BTW.....I'm assuming you run a network of 2 or more computers, right? If so, then a VNC client is EXACTLY what you need. I have a network of two computers myself so I speak with a little bit of experience.

Hope this helps.....

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