multiview in full screen

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multiview in full screen

Hello,
I'm a user not a developper but I need an option which is not actually available. I explain, I want to use 2 screens. 
The first with the mix live and the second just with the mutli-screen. Is it possible for  you???
Can you create a wonderful software which can do this???
thank you

Jérôme

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I am not exactly sure what

I am not exactly sure what you are looking for, but this is what I would do for what I think you are asking.  Connect one monitor to the program output, and a second monitor to the multi-view output.   You can use either HDMI or SDI monitors.  As far as modifying how the multi-view looks, there are some options in the settings view of the ATEM control software to modify its look.  If what you are after is not there then I am afraid you need to look for other multi view hardware.  Outside developers are not going to make custom firmware for the ATEM switcher, and that is what is required to change the look of the multi-view more then the options BMD gave us.

If you are asking for something other then a different layout within the video multi-view then please explain more.

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I think you understood me

For example, the realisator doesn't want to use the BM switcher he want just see all cameras in a multiview. He doesn't need the preview and the program. So I don't want to show the preview and the program. 
So is it possible to don't show the previewh and the program in the multiview. Maybe is it possible to create a soft to do that, I don't konw???
thank you for your answers.

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At this point I don't think

At this point I don't think that is something the ATEM can do.  It is capable of it, but Blackmagic Design has not included that as a feature in their firmware release.  I think you would need an external multiview box like one of the ones on this page.

http://www.markertek.com/Interface-Solutions/Video-Interface/Multi-Image...

What I recommend is to just get a bigger monitor so each camera view is not so small, unless you have the budget for some expensive equipment.  Who knows, maybe BMD will let us customize the multi-view a little more to do what you are asking for.  I don't recommend doing this with a computer though because of the output lag that would introduce.  It can easily be done with existing hardware solutions, albeit expensive ones...

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Multiview

You can try this little beauty, with this you can multiview 4 cameras:
Matrox MicroQuad Quad SDI to HDMI Multiviewer for 3G/HD/SD
You can order online:
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?O=&sku=880842&is=REG&Q=&...

 

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If you have multiple HDTV

If you have multiple HDTV inputs and are looking to display them all on a single monitor you  will need a HDMI Multiviewer or some other kind
depending on the connections. I would recommend checking KVMSwitchTech as they offer a wide range of reasonably priced HDMI Multiviewer
products.