Livestream Studio™ software has a built-in external multi-view, or Multi-screen, option. This allows you to display any of your available inputs, or sources, on a secondary display. The software can support up to a Quad GPU setup out of a graphics card which can output to up to 4 displays. On your Livestream Studio system, you have the option of outputting to one additional display for your Multi-screen setup.
For best results, we recommend connecting the secondary display to the available HDMI port on the graphics card connected to your Livestream Studio system (It will also work with DVI and VGA connections).
Once that has been done, visit the "Screen Resolution" section of your control panel and set the "Multiple Displays" option to "Extend these displays".
-Open up your Livestream Studio™ software
-Click the gear wheel icon on the top right to open up the Settings menu
-Visit the Multi-Screen section, configure the desired resolution and select the layout you would like on your Multi-View monitor:
Disable Primary Multi-View: Will disable the Multi-View shown on the primary display.
Connected Displays: When using multiple external displays for the output, choose the preferred display to configure from this drop-down menu.
Resolution: Choose form the available resolution settings for the selected display.
Frame-rate: Adjusts the frame-rate of the selected display.
Layout: Choose the desired Multi-View layout for the selected display or dispable the software output to that display.
Preview: Drag and drop the available input sources from the above section to the desired spot on the Multi-View layout.
Show Audio Levels Overlays: Displays the audio level overlays on the inputs displayed on the selected screen.
Show Screen Overlays: Displays on-screen status information on the Multi-Screen.
Show Warning Overlays: Displays status messages on the external display.
Allow Mouse on Multi-View: Disable this option to prevent the mouse from entering the selected display area.
Once your settings are configured, click 'Save.' The result should be similar to the following: