I believe that you would have to break the SLI connection to get Premiere and MPE to even work at all.
Evil Edison wrote:
AFAIK, with the Nvidia cards, the only way to get three monitors is to have two cards in SLI.
That statement is incorrect. I have run two nVidia cards and not identical cards in my system for a three monitor demo. They do apparenly have to be using similar or maybe even the same driver.
So basically if you have two Geforce cards in the same family they will likely work? Good to know.
Anyone know if Adobe plans to support SLI? Considering that they've pretty much married Nvidia with their support of CUDA, you'd think it would make sense. Either that or it would be awfully nice of Nvidia to make a card that supports 3 monitors on its own (like the ATI eyefinity cards). I know, I know--I'm just being greedy
Beta testers sign an agreement not to talk about future features... and employees who want to keep their jobs also do not talk
Feature Request https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/mmform/index.cfm?name=wishform
"Beta testers sign an agreement not to talk about future features... and employees who want to keep their jobs also do not talk"
That has a familiar ring to it.