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How can I run two different scenes in two different monitors

Discussion in 'Editor & General Support' started by sa_123, Nov 26, 2023.

  1. sa_123

    sa_123

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    Hello Everyone,

    I'm pretty sure that I will find the help I am looking for here.
    I want to two two different scenes working at the same time on two different monitors each scene displays on each monitor.

    I want let the player enter text in the first screen and then this text will be shown in the second monitor with some animation

    I need to work on this super urgent, and I will be grateful if someone here can help me with this.


    Thank you.

    Regards,
     
  2. APSchmidt

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  3. sa_123

    sa_123

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    Hi @APSchmidt thank you for your reply. Yes I did search the documentation and found the same link you shared.
    Thank you for sharing!
    I'm looking for the second part which is how to take the drawing and display it on the other screen

    If you have an idea about it, I would appreciate your help
     
  4. Murgilod

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    What are you having trouble with? That link gives you basically all the information you need to do this.
     
  5. neginfinity

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    One second camera select different display to use.

    To display different content on 2nd camera, either put it onto a different layer, or far away from the other scene, in a spot where the first camera won't see it.

    I think one of the halo games used "far away" approach for skybox. Meaning sky was a physical object placed in the level at a different location.
     
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