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    Question Full screen video display with dual monitors

    First of all, I'm not good at English. ^^;


    I'm using Centrafuse with dual monitors.

    In 'SETTINGS', I set 'VIDEO DISPLAY' to 'DISPLAY2'.

    When I load & play multiple video files, and click 'album art / visualization area' to view full-screen video in secondary monitor, video window in primary monitor is not off.

    It loads two ffdshow filters, and when I change video files, more and more ffdshow filters are loaded.

    Can I disable video window in primary monitor when I activate full-screen video in secondary monitor?

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    'ffdshow video decoder configuration > DirectShow control > Multiple ffdshow instances:' are not working too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by francisx View Post
    First of all, I'm not good at English. ^^;


    I'm using Centrafuse with dual monitors.

    In 'SETTINGS', I set 'VIDEO DISPLAY' to 'DISPLAY2'.

    When I load & play multiple video files, and click 'album art / visualization area' to view full-screen video in secondary monitor, video window in primary monitor is not off.

    It loads two ffdshow filters, and when I change video files, more and more ffdshow filters are loaded.

    Can I disable video window in primary monitor when I activate full-screen video in secondary monitor?

    PS.
    'ffdshow video decoder configuration > DirectShow control > Multiple ffdshow instances:' are not working too.
    currently it does still play in a small window on the primary screen, no option to disable this...

    is it causing a performance or memory issue?

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    Yes, It causes hundreds of fliters to load and they remain in memory.

    1. play video -> one ffdshow (or other) filter is loaded.
    2. change to full screen -> one more filter is loaded. Now number of loaded filters are two.
    3. change to another video files -> only one of two loaded filters is unloaded. And two more filters are loaded. Now number of loaded filters are three.
    4. change to another video files -> only one of three loaded filters is unloaded. And two more filters are loaded. Now number of loaded filters are four.
    5. and so on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by francisx View Post
    Yes, It causes hundreds of fliters to load and they remain in memory.

    1. play video -> one ffdshow (or other) filter is loaded.
    2. change to full screen -> one more filter is loaded. Now number of loaded filters are two.
    3. change to another video files -> only one of two loaded filters is unloaded. And two more filters are loaded. Now number of loaded filters are three.
    4. change to another video files -> only one of three loaded filters is unloaded. And two more filters are loaded. Now number of loaded filters are four.
    5. and so on...
    do they use a lot of memory? I will check to see if the small window is not being disposed properly...

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    about 4MB per one ffdshow filter...
    (FFDShow MPEG-4 Video Decoder 2007-12-15 from http://www.free-codecs.com/download/FFDShow.htm)

    Thanks, david.

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    where are you seeing this memory increase? I just tested and it appears to be working for me...

    do you see the new filters loading on the centrafuse.exe process? what are you using to view them? does it happen with one video loaded or just when you have 2?

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    I see the issue now... The secondary small video is disposed, but it is not cleaning up properly... I will try to fix it, and if not remove the video on the primary screen when using a secondary display for memory...

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    this has been fixed...

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    Thanks, david.

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