ErMaC wrote:WinXP fixes the problem and Win98/ME never had it.
Well...I have decided to become a lil more professional...(if that's the term) and start to use two monitors...instead of one...yet haven't bought the stuff I need...
So my question is....Have any or do any of you use two monitors for editin/processin/completin a music video....or in fact any video works?? And if you do use two monitors...do you prefer it that way..or do you prefer to use only one monitor??
BTW....any help about video cards or how I may accomplish this idea of mine would really be appreciated and taken into consideration...
Thx for all your help guys....
NicholasDWolfwood wrote:I have that Matrox Parhelia 512 128MB on my wish list, but I know I'll never get it. It supports using one, two or three monitors with one card, but it retails directly from Matrox at $400
jbone wrote:Before you decide to upgrade to a dual-monitor system, you need to figure out exactly why you think you need a second active monitor, and then you need to research all the options available to you.
TaranT wrote:NicholasDWolfwood wrote:I have that Matrox Parhelia 512 128MB on my wish list, but I know I'll never get it. It supports using one, two or three monitors with one card, but it retails directly from Matrox at $400
The downside is that in the 3-monitor configuration, only one can be DVI (i.e. LCD flat, but analog LCD is ok).
The Parhelia was too expensive for me this time around. However, this 3-monitor setup is outrageous:
ErMaC wrote:And no amount of time will give you creativity. Polish, perhaps, but creativity can't be rushed.
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