I know that getting visual content from one computer to max. 3 screens is possible with a triplehead to go.
Is there some device that could handle even more screens? I am talking about 6 or 7 screens, probably with vga connector as they should be older, cheaper ones.
I would strongly recommend not to use different resolutions among the screens. The solution utilizing two Th2G wouldn’t work then anyways. Regarding the renderer it depends wether you are on XP or Vista/Win7. On XP there is the “span mode” option available in Windows to sum up both gc heads to one virtual workspace/renderer. Not that easy in Win7 - only with some hacks AFAIK. The Th2G itself pretends to be one wide screen, so you have two of them you need to handle.
Hi, i want to control 9 pal (720x576) tv monitors (s-video) from one pc. I decided to buy an intel i7 2600k with two ssd’s (one for windows, one for video playback) and one eyefinity 6 graphics card, for that i want to use 3 mviewtech tripleheads. Anyone has some experience with such a setup and pal-resolution (i want to use 9 vga-s-video converters at the end), or some ideas for a better setup that allows to use 9 - 12 pal-tv-monitors?
i also have one of these 20€ “scan converters”. powered by an USB cable. It has some delay and the frame flow is not perfect… but you can zoom ab bit and do some brightness/contrast and other image corrections…
I think these adaptors above only work with special graphic cards that outputs composite on the D-SUB.
I also have the intenbtion to connect several monitors on one machine. I baught some Matrox G2 Quad (very cheap in the meantime - hopefully not too slow…) cards and will test them soon in my new i5 (hard to find a modern mainboard with 3 old PCI slots :) ) machine - still waiting for the DHL man :)
So… if the shit is working i can do funny things on 12-15 Monitors/Projectors ;)