Verschillende monitors in P3DV5

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Piet Keppens
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Verschillende monitors in P3DV5

Post by Piet Keppens »

Is het mogelijk om met P3DV5 te werken met verschillende monitors.
Een wide view monitor 49 inch voor de outside view en 2 monitors waar ik de instrumenten kan plaatsen.
Op deze wijze kan ik een eenvoudige home cockpit maken.

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Piet Keppens

Is it possible to work with P3DV5 with different monitors.
A wide view monitor 49 inch for the outside view and 2 monitors where I can place the instruments.
In this way I can make a simple home cockpit.

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Re: Verschillende monitors in P3DV5

Post by JorgenSA »


I do not have multiple monitors myself, but (with my very limited Dutch) I believe that what you want is possible.

Please repeat your question here in English, and someone should be able to help you.

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Re: Verschillende monitors in P3DV5

Post by miraclemax »

I use an LG 48" monitor for my main virtual cockpit view and only one smaller monitor for FMC, EFIS, MCP depending upon which aircraft I am using. I run P3Dv5.3 using a 3080 TI to run both monitors. Good luck with your project!
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Re: Verschillende monitors in P3DV5

Post by Fiverand85654 »

Right-click within the main Prepar3D window and select View Groups->Auto-fill Desktop. This will create a separate Prepar3D window per monitor to display the multi-monitor view. Press Alt+Enter to get rid of the borders and enter full screen mode
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