Hi, I am having a problem and would like to know how I could solve the following situation:
I am using a Macbook Pro M1 and I want to send images directly from the Macbook (using two HDMI outputs of this same Macbook) to two stacked projectors (both projecting the same image received from these two HDMI cables coming from the Macbook via Ebo).
1 - Is it possible for eOutput to recognize the 2 HDMI outputs (the 2 projectors) at the same time?
2- I tested sending a single HDMI signal from the Macbook to another Macbook running Resolume, so that from this other Laptop running Resolume the split for the two projectors could be done, obviously it worked, but with a problem, and a big problem: I had a significant loss in the quality of the projected image. What could be going on?
3- This third question is a little different from the main question, but it is also very important, because it also refers to the quality of the final image that the public will see.
All my videos were originally created in ProRess 422HQ 1920 x 1080 30 fps, and then converted (using AVF Batch Exporter) to HapQ, keeping the same settings as the original. I have noticed, that the videos do not run smoothly, I notice several stutters all the time, as if the machine has no processing power (obviously the M1 PRO has plenty). What can be happening?
Something to do with the conversion from ProRes to HAP?
Something to do with “# of Chunks” (kept Off (default)?
Is this an Ableton glitch?
Any help to help me solve these issues would be greatly appreciated, I have a big show to premiere next month.