How To Use a Dual Monitor Display Follow

Pre-requisites:

  • PC or Mac with
  • >4 cores system processor (i5 and above) due to higher processing requirement
  • 2 cores systems with > 2 Ghz due to higher processing requirement

Setting Up:

If you have a "Dual monitor" setup at conference room, office or room, you can follow these steps to enable "Dual stream for dual monitor" display on your Mac or PC.

First, please make sure that you have your monitors/HDTV connected via HDMI cables (preferred) or VGA cables. 

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Change Settings:

You will need to access your computer display settings. You can do this by going to - Control panel - Appearance and Personalization - Display - screen resolution. Then, select "Extend these displays". (Windows 8 example below)

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Enable Dual Stream for Dual Display:

You can turn on/off dual stream for dual monitor display within the zoom app. Open your zoom application and select "Settings" - "General" -"Content sharing"

 

Note: Once enabled and saved, please start a new video meeting.  When Zoom detects a dual display setup, it will open up 2 windows in fullscreen automatically. To exit fullscreen, double-click on the windows. You can move the screens around when in non full-screen. 

Note: If you start a screen sharing meeting, dual screen is not supported automatically. 

 

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