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    Greetings members,

    I have been given the task to set up a 3 projector art installation which is to display a single AVI file with a resolution of 1920 x 480 pixels. My intention was to use a PC with twin graphics cards each with dual outputs, however experimenting with this has proven the domestic video cards are unable to split the rendering across more than 2 displays.

    I came across a package called MatrixDVD which claims to software render on more than 2 monitors, but the website MatrixDvD Player is longer available and I cannot find anywhere else to download it from.

    My next idea is to split the file up into 3 separate files and play them back syncronised. I have never used Adobe Premier, so I thought I'd put this question here. Is it possible in Premier to split up a movie file into separate files in this way?

    Any comments or help would be appreciated, I need to find a solution to this in the next 2 or 3 days!

    Benjamin W (Adelaide, South Australia)

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    I think that this:

    Matrox Graphics - GXM - Products

    is probably the sort of thing you will need.

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