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Old 03-17-03, 11:26 PM   #1
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i can't figure out how to get video from my first display device (a CRT) to my second (a TV) fullscreen, like is possible with the Windows drivers. how is it possible to set this up?

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Before anyone can help you with that, some details are necessary, so post back the nitty - gritty.

You intend to send the same video output to both devices? That is possible with nview, tho I have not tried it myself yet.
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Yeah, the same video. As in, I play a video in a media playing application on my PC's CRT, and it is shown fullscreen on the TV.

Note that I already have TV-OUT setup, I do not need help with that. I can get the stuff to show up on the screen, but since my computer and TV use different resolutions, I will need video fullscreen overlay on the TV to watch video properly.

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