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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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As you want to play three different videos, daisy-chaining projectors or copying the signal using an amplifier is not viable. Machine While you can get one machine to play to three different projectors I think it will be quite expensive and prone to errors. Average laptops/desktops are not equipped to output a video signal to three screens. You will need ...


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I'd agree with Dr Mayhem's comment that it's risky to have a file with content you don't want public sitting there on your laptop hooked up to a projector. mkvmerge, or another remuxing tool, will be able to chop up your video. I think avidemux might do well for this, since you can use the GUI to find edit points, and it supports remuxing instead of ...



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