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Topic: syncing multiple video shows
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We would like to project three different video shows (from players or computers) that are in sync with each other. Anyone have a less expensive solution to lock players to start, stop and run together?
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Check out Dataton Watchout. In this software you can stretch an image over multiple screens, put together screens with different resolutions and orientations, sync players with time code and much more.

http://www.dataton.com/watchout

Not inexpensive, but very good value for money.
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We have used Watchout for a couple of shows, Best bang for your buck that I have seen for larger more complex shows, great program. I was just hoping that someone had a suggestion for a very simple show that has a number of sources that need to be controlled.
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See if you can't find a computer geek in your neighbourhood that can make a small program for you that controls several Windows Media Players
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Hey Steve

you could use a Dave Jones synchronizer in conjunction with some Pioneer DVD players.

http://www.djdesign.com

let me know if you want to rent a system..
10 years experience in corporate and special event production. Owner/operator of video staging company
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