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If i connect My PC (HP pavillion/Windows 7) to a second screen via HDMI, is it as simple as dragging a screen image across, after working through personalise options etc...say my REAPER mixer screen and that's it?
I just struggled to get REAPER to accept RME UFX under ASIO while a Focusrite Scarlett was on the system...needed to delete the focusrite programme....that's sorted and the excitements growing...
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sabletones wrote:If i connect My PC (HP pavillion/Windows 7) to a second screen via HDMI, is it as simple as dragging a screen image across, after working through personalise options etc...say my REAPER mixer screen and that's it?
As othes have said, Reaper can definitely cope with multiple screens, and you can arrange various parts of the display as you wish (eg, time-line on one, mixer on another, etc.
However, this all depends on how well the computer handles multiple screens, and whether it can support different images (and different resolutions) on each screen, as opposed to replicating the same image on both. You'll need to check your computer's garphics card capabilities to answer that question.
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sabletones wrote:humph...now it's snowing,
your replies are much appreciated.
Do you mean your monitor screens are suffering from background noise, or that the weather has changed?
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