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    I have just down loaded the most recent version of Edius. I can not seem to find where the "full screen mode" is. Perhaps it does not have this capability? Other apps have this and I find this very usefull when previewing the master viewer.

  • #2
    Edius doesn't have this feature but if you have a video card with dual outputs you can set one of them for full video playback so when you play a video it will take over the second monitor.


    Mike

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    • #3
      Dual Card

      Thanks Mike
      Yes, I do have a dual monitor card with dual monitors. It is the Nvidia 7300 GT. How do I set it for full screen playback? Is this through Windows control panel or in Edius?
      Actually by resizing the dual view...I am not sure that I really need this capability anyway!
      Last edited by GuyS; 05-04-2008, 09:37 PM.

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      • #4
        It is usually done through the cards control panel.

        But if it is workinf well for you now I wouldn't worry about it :)


        Mike

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        • #5
          Guys
          I dedicate the whole of the Left Hand monitor to the Edius monitor in "Single" Mode and the Right hand monitor to Timeline etc and this works just great.
          Just drag the monitor to the left hand monitor and resize after moving everything else to the right hand monitor, sorry I can't post a picture but I do not have a web site to deposit the jpeg.
          The monitor switches automatically between Recorder and Player and for the few times you want to go back just click the control at top right!
          Edius is probably the only program that this can be done due to the uncluttered workspace and filters etc comming up as "Pop Ups"
          Hope this helps
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          • #6
            I have mine in single mode too, I run timeline on left monitor, and the videodisplay on the right, I provide a screenshot..
            klick on edius.jpg
            A computer with a lot of stuff in it :)

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            • #7
              Monitors

              Thanks guys! Yup it is pretty easy to move the windows around. Coming from Avid Liquid I find the Player and Recorder windows in Edius have a better resolution. In any case it's nice to see the project run in full screen mode to get a more accurate feel of the end product.

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              • #8
                How would you have your Fullscreen...
                with (as it currently is in the Monitor window) or without Overscan?
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                • #9
                  i want to know how to set up full video mode on my nvidia 8800 gts
                  i cant see that optionm on my control panel!!!
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                  • #10
                    Actually, as I understand it, you can't do this with nVidia 8000/9000 series cards. A limitation of Windows. I would love to be corrected.

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                    • #11
                      Sadly, you aren't. This is a directive of Microsoft, due in part to concerns of piracy.

                      (reproducing high definition video overlay via unprotected DVI/HDMI)

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