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  • Wiev Full Screen Until 4.5

    Before EDIUS 4.5 (until 4.25) with a notebook setting on two screen wiev
    with NVIDIA GeForce 7900 in clone modality
    it could be had a full screen wiev on a secondary monitor also in hd.
    EDIUS 4.5 it does not work in this way:
    no more full screen...
    WHY?
    Thanks to all
    Favapau
    Last edited by favapau; 08-23-2007, 04:02 AM.

  • #2
    It's probably using Direct3D9 for overlay. Change it to DirectDraw from Settings > Hardware > Overlay

    If it's already DirectDraw, try Direct3D9

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    • #3
      UNFORTUNATELY same thing...
      favapau

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      • #4
        You have reason STORMDAVE
        dont know why I did not succeed to set up it
        thanks a lot
        thanks also to RUSTY
        Last edited by favapau; 08-23-2007, 05:08 AM.

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        • #5
          Is the laptop and external monitors the same resolution? (both at 1440x900 for example)

          How does it work in non-clone modes?

          Rusty
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          • #6
            You have reason STORMDAVE
            dont know why I did not succeed to set up it
            thanks a lot
            thanks also toRUSTY for the interest
            Favapau

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            • #7
              So it worked? Glad it did :)

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              • #8
                The reason why it didn't work the first time you tried it is because you must exit and restart Edius for the change to take effect -- if you change the setting and expect to see an immediate difference, you'll be disappointed.

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