mad-matt wrote:Until you can map the curve surface with a quad and mesh warping, yes, the soft-edge of MadMapper will work. Soft-edge and Mesh warping can be combined !
mad-matt wrote:Yes, it's working on PC. Before buying the computer, check than you can handle the video resolution you want to have, ie 3 outputs 1280x720 => movie 3840x720 => by default MadMapper will try to decompress the movie on the GPU, which might not be a good option if your graphics card is not good. Using CPU decoding and h264 should help in this case (deactivate the option "Use hardware acceleration" in the movie parameters). But I don't know with this CPU what you'll get.
We have an Intel Nuc at the office, I think the lowest specs (the 120$ one). I can play a 1920x1080p30 smoothly on a 1920x1080 display with hardware decoding. Well it's the limit, if Windows starts doing background stuff, it gets choppy.
we bought zotac i5 and combine with matrox triplehead2go Display Port and only 2 projectors function not 3, do you have any idea why?To make a good multi-output setup on PC, the zotac is great. Well, it's not the same budget but it has a very good GPU and a i7 CPU.
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