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3-monitor setup


Hello everyone!

I need help with setting up a Tony Robins style zoom webinar.
The set up is:
1- Presentation on my laptop
2- Left Monitor hooked via HDMI to my laptop that shows a part of the participants 
3- Right Monitor hooked via HDMI to my laptop that shows another part of the participants \


Is this possible?


Community Champion | Customer
Community Champion | Customer

Welcome to the Zoom Community, @Amadeus 

I’m sure you’re aware you'd need two HDMI outputs for this. 😎. Also, this will be three monitors visible to you, but not really visible to your audience unless you have a camera setup that will capture your displays. I’m assuming you want your presentation Screen Shared to the attendees. 


You might think that setting up Dual Monitor mode might get you there, but Dual Monitor mode only displays one monitor if you are Screen Sharing.


Bottom line: What you’re wanting to do would require two Zoom connections. I’d suggest considering getting a copy of ZoomOSC (you shouldn’t need the paid version), and log into your Webinar there, displaying two gallery screens (left and right), then log in with your regular Zoom desktop app for Screen Sharing.

Ray - / aka "Old Desert Lizard"
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