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    I've been meaning to ask this for a while... In Edius 6, you needed a very specific setup in order for Edius to have the accelerated hardware enabled. You could not have both monitors connected to the NVIDIA card and the Intel Graphic card needed to be a sprecific version and if you updated the Intel driver, the option would get disabled.

    Now that I have Edius 8.22, is it ok to put both monitors on the NVIDIA card?
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    The most successful method is to still connect a monitor to the Intel GPU. The latest Win 10 drivers now work.
    Last edited by Jerry; 08-21-2016, 02:08 PM.
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      As Jerry says this has not changed in EDIUS 8. In Windows 7 we could "fool" a system into thinking it had a second screen attached when it did not, but we can't do that in Windows 10. So basically plug in two screens.
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