Greetings, Apologies if this is not the right forum for this question - finding the "right" forum has been a task in itself... I'm helping a retirement community with their cable-TV station. There's no live content - mostly just repeating MPGs scheduled back-to-back and played, full-screen, on a PC monitor. A "Video Graphics Card" outputs what's on the PC monitor (via composit-video connectors) to the equipment/device that puts our channel onto the community's cable. Whenever maintenance is done at the PC, the "program" has to be stopped and anyone watching our channel can see the Windows desktop and mouse as it flits around the screen. When maintenance is done, programming is restarted. Isn't it possible to output video (composit or S-Video), without having to display a desktop? If so, what kind of card do we need? We have an ATI Radeon 4600, but it doesn't seem like the right choice of card, as there aren't any options to select a video-stream/source - it just outputs what's being displayed on a monitor. Any help is appreciated!