lightbx wrote:The outputs across the Decklink will not be synced. I have not used one myself, so I cannot speak to tearing. If you are blending multiple projectors, you may notice the offset, but if these are 12 discrete outputs (or have different content across those outputs) you should be OK with the BMD card for all outputs.
Good question re: Windows losing track of displays. I would imagine it only lists one display (your main monitor) and therefore doesn't do any of that re-ordering nonsense when a monitor connected to the BMD card is powered off. I think the BMD Desktop Video Utility should remember the resolution and frame rate of each port too.
-haven't noticed any tearing, even when FPS is quite low, and I have vsync disabled.
-you are correct, windows only sees the GPU outputs, so don't need to worry about that - though I have heard reports of resolume confusing the order of the outputs after restarting occasionally.. this may be fixed in resolume 6 though as when playing with the Beta I noticed it had a lot more options for the BMD devices in the advanced output.
-resolume over-rides the BMD desktop utility settings, IE if you have it set to 23.98 in BMD you can still set it to 60 in Resolume or vice verca