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Zoom Meetings Virtual Monitor - 49 inch Ultra Wide

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Tarique Jawed28373
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I loved having dual monitors when using zoom meetings. I recently upgraded to a 49 inch screen and wanted to know if there was a workaround for allowing zoom to see a second "virtual monitor". Adding another physical monitor feels silly given how large the current screen is.

Right now running the trial version of display fusion, hoping to purchase if this works.
Aug 16, 2020  • #1
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Hi Tarique,

This one is tough because these applications don't directly recognize virtual splits. That being said we do have a bit of a workaround, so Ill post the steps below:

1) Open Display Fusion Settings

2) Go to the Functions Tab, and scroll down to the mirroring section. Click on "Mirror Monitor With Splits" and select the "Toggle Titlebar button". You should now see this button on the title bar of your windows.

3) When you use this button to mirror one of your splits, it will open a window that zoom will be able to see and use.

Hope this helps!
Aug 19, 2020  • #2
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This is Genius - thanks! This is letting me screenshare a single monitor of an eyefinity display group in MS teams - without this trick I could only share a single program (annoying when you need to show something from another window) or the whole display group (makes things too small for people to see)
Aug 24, 2020  • #3
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