Advanced output display selection different after restarting PC

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Cosmiclab
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Re: Advanced output display selection different after restarting PC

Post by Cosmiclab » Tue Feb 27, 2018 05:48

yochee wrote:I think I have had this problem for a long time. My trick is to fire up a colored windows backround so that all projectors are recognizing the incoming video signal. 10 secs after they set themselves accordingly to the incoming signal (usually some OSD stuff is showing up) I start Resolume.

I think its more a proble of consumer projectors. Even worse is the problem when disconnecting a cable during a show and reconnecting, usually the video output is moved a few (2-3) pixels to the left or the image is a little bit (2-3) pixel less wide. Trick to get back to the right resolution is to not save anything (= not save wrong display calibration) and restart the computer. I had this problem with my last 3 laptops
Thanks Yochee, but this isn't a solution in our case. We verified windows has recognized all projectors at the right resolution, before starting Resolume. Also Resolume is set to start after a 60 second delay after PC startup, allowing lots of time for projectors and signals etc to be stable.
We never had this problem in Resolume 5, only in 6. So I think its something to do with Resolume not always getting a consistent display ID from Windows. Either because of a Resolume 6 bug, or due to weirdness from an update in Windows 10.

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Re: Advanced output display selection different after restarting PC

Post by bertiesampson » Tue Apr 02, 2019 13:03

I am getting the same problem on Arena 6.1.3 on Windows 10 with a AMD WX9100 graphics card using 4 identical Epson projectors (EB-G7900U).

This issue happens every time I restart the server or projectors.

Using madmapper I get exactly the same behavior which leads me to think its something to do with windows 10 mixing up the display ID's. Although in the display settings on windows they have consistently been the same Id and always identify as the same display number.

Emulating the EDID's of the projectors on the card sorts it out.

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