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I have a conference room set up I am working on and I've come across a very odd problem. I have a workstation which has a projector as a primary monitor. I am attempting to set up a TV as a secondary monitor, for use in a different part of the conference room. I have an S-Video out on the...
As the question says i need, to take multiple inputs and split them on my monitor for easy viewing