Anyone have any experience, suggestions or comments?
you may have already used this feature but if not,
1. select mouse on your control panel.
2. select pointer options TAB
3 enable "Show location of pointer when I press CTRL key"
This helps a lot but it's not the cat's meow.
Mac handles this by shaking the mouse and the pointer get much larger, still not great.
Don't know if this is out of realm of this thread but have been using any TV for quite a while using the Flex wirelessly. If anyone has a Apple TV it makes a wonderful medium to talk between the client be it a computer or Apple device. With a portable client like a computer there is a program called AirParrot that links the Flex to the TV. With the Apple device you just use AirPlay.
It ́s the first one that pop in an amazon search. I wouldn't necessarily get that one.
I use a seiki 39" 4K here. Just like having a quad array of 19.5" ones. There are some demos of it on the net.
I use a Radeon xfx r7 240 video card with it. It supports two monitors and I am running a 1080 monitor simultaneously with the 4k.
Love it. I will never go back to a puny 1920x1080 as my main monitor.
My video card has HDMI 1.4 which is limited to 30 fps but it also has DisplayPort 1.2 which is 4k at 60 fps. I've have found a few converters that go from DisplayPort 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 and they are very reasonably priced.
Does anyone have any experience with this stuff?
If I'm NOT able to convert to HDMI 2.0, I'll be stuck with 30 fps. Is anyone using 4k monitor or tv and driving it with HDMI 1.4 at 30 fps? I'd like to hear some reports as to how well it does.
If SmartSDR is in one of the 4 corners of the screen (1/4 of the screen) do you see all of SmartSDR? Does it scale nicely? How about other apps like DDUtil, Digital Master, Logbook, etc.
Any screenshots would really be nice.
K6OZY posted some nice pictures in that thread.