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Digital Video Effect (DVE) window on topof main window


RichardD

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Hi,

My problem if finding out how to pop iup a small (DVE) window somewhere over the main window.

 

For example.   When HDMI-1 is selected, I want to display HDMI-2 in a small window somewhere on top of the original (HDMI-1) screen.

is anyone able to tell me if the SDK support this function?   I would ideally like to control it via a Rasberry Pi.

Thanks in advance

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