Display mirroring with special setup.

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  1. Fata1tysb1ade macrumors newbie

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    Hey Everyone,

    This is my first time posting on here but long time reader. So here is my question... I was wondering if there was a third party software that would allow me to have one thing displaying on my MBP internal display and then have a secondary monitor and a 1080p TV mirroring each other as a secondary display/desktop? So here is the deal, I moonlight as a DJ but I essentially want my dj software main window on the internal display and the other two displays to show the audio visualizer that comes with Serato DJ Pro. One secondary monitor is there pointing towards me so I may see and make sure the visualizers are working the other would be like a TV in the bar.

    Thanks ahead of time.
     
  2. techwarrior macrumors 65816

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    Check out AirParrot. The idea is that you can share a window or screen onto multiple displays using their implementation of an airplay-like method. Targets can be AppleTV or Chromecast.

    So, if your MBP has an external monitor attached, you run your interface on the MBP, the visualizer on the second display, then mirror the second display to an AppleTV or Chromecast. All you need is a WiFi that the MBP and receiver connect to.
     
  3. Fata1tysb1ade thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thanks man did not know AirParrot was that flexible. Will check it out thanks!
     

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