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Triple Monitor Support ?

Discussion in 'ACC General Discussions' started by AT_RubberDuck, Sep 12, 2018.

  1. Rawmaster

    Rawmaster Gamer

    :D:p:D:p:D Hooooo Boy...... you made my night ! Thanks :)

    Come by Iracing or RF2 one day... only if you have what it takes.
     
  2. PhilS13

    PhilS13 Alien

    Real men do not use ACC

















    They do post on ACC forum though.
    :rollsafe:
     
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  3. Hans Luemmel

    Hans Luemmel Rookie

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  4. anthonylroy

    anthonylroy Simracer

    Did say it was experimental and use at own risk !!
     
  5. Hans Luemmel

    Hans Luemmel Rookie

    Thats true and a general thing about getting triple screen rendering working in UE4 based projects. Its a different approach to the existing "easy way" of how its solved in ACC currently, where only one view with a large FOV is stretched across three screen, which results in the distortions people are complaining about.

    This approach renders three different views - like most other sims are doing it - with the mentioned restrictions of having shadow issues and must have three equal monitor resolutions - where the last might be not be a big stopper, as this should be the case for a proper triple screen setup anyway.

    I thought about mentioned it for the devs to have a look, as I don't know if they have even considered implementing this approach up to this point to tackle the mentioned rendering issues resulting from this.
     
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  6. Darcy Callai Junior

    Darcy Callai Junior Hardcore Simmer

    Unreal 4.23 released today change anything?
     
  7. sps_for_race

    sps_for_race Simracer

  8. Darcy Callai Junior

    Darcy Callai Junior Hardcore Simmer

    :rolleyes:o_O

    I have read, but I am not a programmer to be sure about changes in ndisplay.
     
  9. sps_for_race

    sps_for_race Simracer

  10. Stimpy76

    Stimpy76 Rookie

    [​IMG]



    One application instance that renders to multiple display devices.
    With this option, you run a single instance of your Unreal Engine application on your computer, but you set it up to render multiple separate rectangles of the scene's 3D space into different areas within a large window. You then use a technology such as NVIDIA Mosaic or NVIDIA Surround to split up that single large window and render each separate area on a different display devices.
    In this scenario, the benefit of using nDisplay in conjunction with Mosaic or Surround is that you can render viewports that accurately match the physical arrangements of your different monitors, even when those monitors do not lie along the same plane. However, all viewports are being rendered by the same instance of Unreal Engine, so you can't benefit from having multiple graphics cards installed on the same computer.
     
  11. Rawmaster

    Rawmaster Gamer

    @Stimpy76

    I am kinda confused... at first i would consider that you can finaly handle/render 3 differents viewports with 1 UE4 instance running....

    I will read and dig further but i am always cautious with UE4 functionalities.... i am quite sure it must be really taxing in ressources compared to in house engines like Kunos did with their first AC engine.

    Edit:

    What's bugging me is that line: "Every nDisplay setup has a single master computer, and any number of additional computers."

    If you look at the full layout you see that Cluster D always need to be connected to a Master Node, so in the end you always need at lesat 2 computers to run 3 viewports rendering. Master + Cluster

    Edit 2 :

    nDisplay must be totaly forget as this is definitely a network/node render system, hence the N in nDisplay :)

    You always nedd at least 1 master PC and 1 cluster pc in your network so this will never be a solution for us triple users. Just look at the configuration section of UE4 ndisplay or quick start guide and you will understand:
    https://docs.unrealengine.com/en-US/Engine/Rendering/nDisplay/Configuration/index.html
     
    Last edited: Sep 5, 2019
  12. PuRe_AdDicT

    PuRe_AdDicT Rookie



    This blonde has some good advice
     
  13. Gevatter

    Gevatter Alien

    Does she sing about not reading threads you're not interested in? ;)
     
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  14. PuRe_AdDicT

    PuRe_AdDicT Rookie

    My resolution is in my sig.

    I want it as much as everyone else <3
     
  15. Rawmaster

    Rawmaster Gamer

    I am even wondering if any of you read the different posts lol

    So once again:

    nDisplay must be totaly forget as this is definitely a network/node render system, hence the N in nDisplay :)

    You always nedd at least 1 master PC and 1 cluster pc in your network so this will never be a solution for us triple users. Just look at the configuration section of UE4 ndisplay or quick start guide and you will understand:
    https://docs.unrealengine.com/en-US/Engine/Rendering/nDisplay/Configuration/index.html
     
  16. Tim Meuris

    Tim Meuris Simracer

    The fact that this thread is over 50 pages long, and still counting, says enough about the importance of triplescreen implementation imo.
     
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  17. Nick Moxley

    Nick Moxley Alien

    If you say the same thing over and over again enough times, it eventually does become true you know....
     
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  18. Octane

    Octane Simracer

    Thanks for the updates. I'll check back in three months to see if anything's changed.

    (this is truly quite pitiful)
     
  19. Coanda

    Coanda Alien

    Could a 2080ti run 3 x 1440p monitors above 60 FPS? If so could it run on highish settings?
     
  20. SimRacer925

    SimRacer925 Simracer

    No.
     
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