I'm trying to play a video on a TV and run a game application on my monitor. (A TV and a monitor via nView monitor)
I also separated audio outputs. (Playback multi-streaming on Realtek HDA Manager)
Now my problem is that D3D errors are showing when I run my application and my player crashes.
(I also tried changing video renderer on the player but the same error still exists.)
When I run my application before the video, the video fails to play and also shows D3D errors.
I'm not really sure what solution to look for in this situation. Should I separate D3D rendering (if it's possible) on these separate monitors or are there any alternative rendering options available?
Media Player Classic - Home Cinema
Version: 220.127.116.1117 (f7c5f5e)
MPC-HC compiler: MSVC 2010 SP1 (SSE)
FFmpeg compiler: MinGW-w64 GCC 4.7.3 (SSE)
Build date: Jun 15 2013 08:35:27
Name: Windows NT 5.1 (build 2600, Service Pack 3)
Main Video Renderer: madVR
nView on Dual View
Monitor as Primary
TV as Secondary
Primary Output on the back of the PC (for the TV)
Second Output on the front panel. (System Default)
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Likely a result of both items trying to use D3D. The video card (drivers) likely can't play two items.
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