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Kevin Phillips | Forum Activity | Posted: Sun, Sep 13 2020 4:35 PM

Hi Proclaim Team,

I've noticed a change in a recent update that has had a negative effect for our usage and wanted to check if it was a deliberate change or if there was a possibility of having it changed back.

For our current setup, we have two displays with two different aspect ratios that show the 'slides' view. Earlier this year, while on air, I would notice 3 proclaim windows; The main Proclaim Window, Proclaim - Slides, and Proclaim - Slides Secondary. I noticed that after the livestream update that reworked the displays, added NDI, and virtual displays, that now both slides windows have an identical window titles. This has caused an issue with streaming with OBS using the window capture method as this method has the ability to capture based on window title. Because there are now 2 windows with identical window titles, it seems to be random which window OBS will pick to capture resulting in the need to readjust the captured display in OBS (due to resolution and aspect ratio differences). 

I do know that I can work around this issue using NDI and virtual displays, but it would be nice if it was possible to restore the unique window titles to give us the option of how to capture Proclaim's display in streaming software.

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Sep 20 2020 2:34 AM

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Jordan Sjodin | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Oct 6 2020 8:04 PM

Sorry about that Kevin, we will look at what we can do. Seems like having unique windows titles would be preferred in general. We might just go with a numbered offset for the additional windows.. Ill talk with our designers!

Thanks and sorry for the long radio silence

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