Answers to church tech questions on a second display, the triplehead2go, and Jans vista…again
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On today’s ChurchTechCast.com Q & A, Answers to church tech questions on a second display, the triplehead2go, and Jans vista…again
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Hi Paul, I saw one of your your tutorials on ProPresenter 6. Thank you for putting that up.
I successfully plugged in a 2nd monitor (7″ display monitor) to my macbook pro while testing my newly purchased ProPresenter 6. But rather than seeing the ‘Output’ feed on the connected monitor all i see is the desktop wallpaper! Instead, I see another window pops up on the Macbook pro whenever i activate the ‘display’ button from ProPresenter showing the output- while the 7″ monitors keeps the wallpaper image. What am i doing wrong Please?
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I have a quick question for you. I’m using ProPresenter 5 with 1 60in Flat screen connected with a mini-display port to hdmi cord. I would like to add another 60in flat screen and a small 32 in stage display using the Matrox Triple HeadToGo T2g-D3D-IF. So far i’ve been using a 2012 macbook pro maxed out with a TB SSD and 16GB of ram with splendid results. I just want to make sure Ill be able to support two more screens with the Matrox Triple Head2Go. Any suggestions are welcome.
Paul,[H]ow [do I] control a Jans/Vista lighting console from a ProPresenter 6 presentation.
I did exchange some emails with the ProPresenter head guy and he has made it clear that the communications module will only ever be available on Mac. We are a Windows shop so I’m not really very happy with this position.
So, what alternatives might there be to make this happen?
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This show is meant to help church techies the world over get their questions answered. Paul Alan Clifford specializes in video, graphic design, social media, new media, and the web. If there is something you want to know that’s outside these areas of expertise, given some time, he’ll do his best to find the answer from other experts he knows.
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