Dual Monitor Fusion

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Dual Monitor Fusion

PostTue Jul 05, 2022 10:16 pm

Is it possible to separate the viewer from the nodes panel?
Since I have two monitors it would be great if I could have a monitor just for nodes and another one for the viewer.
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Re: Dual Monitor Fusion

PostWed Jul 06, 2022 11:05 am

take a look in the menu, workspace, layout presets, fusion presets, big node
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Re: Dual Monitor Fusion

PostWed Jul 06, 2022 2:24 pm

Peter Chamberlain wrote:take a look in the menu, workspace, layout presets, fusion presets, big node

Yup. That works. Thanks!
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Re: Dual Monitor Fusion

PostThu Jul 07, 2022 2:00 am

If you've paid for the Studio version, you can use the "Video Clean Feed" option to display the video full screen on its own monitor. With fusion you can show the output of any node in the tree, free from any control graphics such as transform controls.

This works very nicely with three monitors - using the "Big Nodes" layout in Fusion you can have a nice big space to work with your node tree on one monitor, a nice big viewer to adjust your node controls with on another, and the end result on a third.
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Re: Dual Monitor Fusion

PostThu Jul 07, 2022 5:17 am

Sean Nelson wrote:If you've paid for the Studio version, you can use the "Video Clean Feed" option to display the video full screen on its own monitor. With fusion you can show the output of any node in the tree, free from any control graphics such as transform controls.

This works very nicely with three monitors - using the "Big Nodes" layout in Fusion you can have a nice big space to work with your node tree on one monitor, a nice big viewer to adjust your node controls with on another, and the end result on a third.


Thanks for the tip
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