I need what's on my Macbook pro screen to be playing over multiple televisions, How can I make this happen?
I'm a dj and run a program called serato which plays videos. I know this is possible because I see it places all the time. How can I make it happen? Is there an adapter to go with multiple outputs, such as RCA, and s-video?
2 Answers from the Community
You can use a VGA port if it is available on your TV, it mostly comes on Plasma screen TV's, what I do is i take my MacBook Air and plug in the VGA Port and plug in the TV, you come up with a notification on your MacBook that says Select Screen Resolution, select size, click OK and you are done.
- Answered by Michael H
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If you want the same picture to show on each TV/monitor (like in a TV shop) then you would need a video splitter (google it) specific to the video signal you are outputting.
I'm not sure whether you can get a composite or s-video signal out of your laptop though.
- Answered by Aaron R
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Is the AV output an extension of the iPad screen (like how the HD-DVI is for the Macbook Pro), or does it just transfer the image to the television?
- Asked by Chelsie M from Aiea
- 02 4, 11
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Will the Adapter Make the Laptop Screen go Blank?
- Asked by Linda R from Ridgefield
- 05 21, 12
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- Asked about: Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter