Hello, this is my first post in the vvvv forums. I have mostly used visualJockey for video performances, but I am looking for something to help add some more depth. I am interested in vvvv mostly for purposes of multiscreen (3 screens) output from a single shuttle computer. I am more of a video generalist than a installation specialist, so I am always looking for a high degree of performance flexibility. I have been experimenting with different combinations of output techniques with vvvv.
I have found that the Flash renderer performs quite well when the output window is simply stretched across three 640x480 screens. I exported my flash movies at 1920x480 so they would fill all 3 screens nicely. Is it possible to render Flash into a DX9 renderer?
The GDI renderer performs well and retains the proper aspect ratio (very nice!)when stretched across all 3 screens. Is it possible to place video into the GDI renderer? That would really add some flexiblity.
The DX9 renderer seems to not perform as well as the GDI or Flash flash renderers when stretched across all 3 screens. I was able to improve performance a bit by turning off BackBuffer auto sizing and setting the backbuffer to 1024x512.
If anyone has first hand experiences with multi-output (from a single machine) that could shed some light on the situation, it would be much appreciated.