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The Matrox graphics card is probably the easiest and most versatile approach. I use the TripleHead2Go, which as you'd assume sends a signal(s) to up to three monitors/projectors. Multiple computers will never stay in sync. I found this out the hard way the night of an event. In terms of software, if you're on OS X check out VDMX. There's a fully functional ...


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I changed the file system on the USB stick from FAT32 to NTFS. The video playback works now.


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Using three random laptops for this is likely to be problematic. You may find that the players get out of sync fairly quickly. If you require frame-accurate sync (or better) over a video of any length, you usually need a single computer with a triple-headed graphics card (like Matrox) playing a single video comprising all three parts. I don't know Syncplay ...



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