Selective Projection of Images


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neves_atk

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Hi,

Am wonder if there is a program that allow you to only project images in a folder (from computer via projector) and run it on a slideshow? My current knowledge is that the projector will project whatever is on ur computer screen and thus not allowing you to do any thing in the background unless you turn the projection off.

Thanks.
 

lsisaxon

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Hi,

Am wonder if there is a program that allow you to only project images in a folder (from computer via projector) and run it on a slideshow? My current knowledge is that the projector will project whatever is on ur computer screen and thus not allowing you to do any thing in the background unless you turn the projection off.

Thanks.
You might be able to do that if you have 2 display cards.
 

estronutz

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Not exactly the neatest solution, but you can try running extended desktop :) run the slideshow on the extended screen and carry on doing your own work on your machine's screen.
 

canonG9

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Not exactly the neatest solution, but you can try running extended desktop :) run the slideshow on the extended screen and carry on doing your own work on your machine's screen.
erm like dual monitor?
 

xkingx

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Get a Mac.. It has such a function.. of having two screens.. one would be ur desktop on ur mac.. another would be the slideshow being projected on the projector..
 

GavinTing

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Most laptop will alow you to do that. Just use extended desktop/ 2 monitors and have the slideshow on the projector (which is acting as a screen)

No need for a mac. Window$ also has it.
 

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