|Tom 2004-12-31 22:54
I posted this question about 1 year ago :) Just curious if you're still developing the program.
VideoSaver is the ONLY program that I have found to be able to play a video across 2 screens. A version of VideoSaver with proper playback controls and support for more formats would be a dream come true.
|Christian Studer 2005-01-02 01:44
Currently no new release is in the works or planned. VideoSaver is still supported though.
At the moment I have no plans for releasing a multi-monitor video player.
I've thought about it, but a major issue would be lack of DVD support, due to most MPEG2 codecs not supporting multi-monitor playback.
Christian Studer - www.realtimesoft.com
|Yale 2005-01-09 21:40
If you're using an ATI card, use Catalyst Control Center and use the "horizontal stretch" feature.
In Zoom player or another video program, use Video Mixing Renderer 9 (VMR9) instead of the standard overlay, and you will have flawless video playback spanning two screens.
|El Guapo 2005-02-17 22:22
I tried BSplayer with VMR-9 renderless mode, but the quality of the movie dropped really low. It looked like an ancient crappy encoded ASF ;)
Would it help to use a videocard with DX9 support (I now use a Radeon 8500)?