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  1. hi everyone i have 3 display computer and 1 production computer each display computer is dell t5810 with wx9100 and s400. each display computer’s wx9100 have 5 output for led sending card and 1 output for display computer monitor(only for control display computer, not for wo). all led sending card’s resolution is 1920*1472 50hz and all display monitor’s resolution is 1920*1080 50hz i’ve setting up each s400 sync and wo6.4’s sync setting. i’m sure each display computer’s 5 output are sync even without s400. but still got tearing not sync bet
  2. This is a multi-part question: I occasionally get tearing on stills in Watchout. It doesn't seem to be consistent, and I can't quite nail down why. It's almost always big stills...8k, 9k wide. I've tried different file formats and nothing seems to be the silver bullet. So the first part of the question is, what part of the computer does the heavy lifting of fading a still? Is that the GPU or CPU? And would additional system RAM or video ram help that? The second and related question is using sync cards between machines. We have traditionally used AMD cards with the s400 sync module
  3. Sometimes we're using the display machines for other applications than Watchout as well. Last week we used a system with a eyefinity 6950 card for simply playing a mpg2 video with windows media player. I noticed a visual artifact called screen tearing. Searching the internet I found discussions about eyefinity setups which cause this artifact. "The problem is all about timing between the converters, while using a mixture of inputs and monitors have different timings for each." "The problem stems from using more than 1 type of connector for your monitors." In our situation we us
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