Originally Posted by ggegan
The Intensity Pro is a video card, so it will display video only, not the computer desktop. Graphic cards display the computer desktop, so you can display any application windows, as well as Quicktime video. The Quicktime video will have a frame around it and be resizable. I have both an Intensity Pro video card and the AMD Radeon HD 5870 graphics card in my HD Native Mac Pro, so that means I can run three computer desktop screens and two mirrored HDMI video screens.
Hi ggegan! This is the feedback I`m looking for. Thanks!
I want to be economic on that matter, so I have that choice: work with one Radeon (5770, 5870, etc...) and put the QuickTime in third desktop monitor, like I do today with the second monitor. Or go to the Intensity, keeping my actual graphic card (that give me 2 desktop monitors) and playing the video thru the video card.
Thanks for the clarify that point graphic card vs video card, I`m aware of it even if I can`t "elaborated" that way.
3 monitors plus a video card, would b great... but now... I need be economic.