Using Wildcat's Genlock and Multiview Option in Visual Computing Applications

Visual computing applications often require high-end features such as the ability to synchronize to an external source or to specify a minimum frame rate and to then modify the application "on-the-fly" to achieve this frame rate. Furthermore, visual computing applications often use multiple displays. The techno-geek way of saying this is that the application employs multiple graphics pipes, each driving a display head (monitor, projector, and so forth). So when you hear someone talking about a "multi-head" system, they are referring to a system with a number of graphics pipes each driving its own display.

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