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Post MultiScreen Projection Cheif WannaKnow
Does anyone current use two or three screens together to make on large projection screen? Also, then do you split it and have a logo in the middle and then movies, words, or something else on the sides? Guest

6/22/11 11:43 am


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Post Do you really wanna know.... caseyleejones
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6/23/11 9:53 am


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Post Here is what you are looking for username
http://www.renewedvision.com/propresenter.php?page=edge

All three projectors need to be the same make and model.
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6/23/11 3:07 pm


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Post John Stevenson
Just google edge blending. It makes it 100% easier if all the projectors are the same but I have used different projectors.

Try to google "edge blending with different projectors" if that's what you need to do. But like I said, it's 100% easier if all the projectors are the same!
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