Currently I have a computer with 2 DVI outputs to support dual screen or cloning. I also have 2 display setups, the first consisting of a 1080p 47" LCD screen, and the second consisting of 2 19" dell monitors, one setup vertically, the other horizontally (in an "L" shape). I would like to be able to switch between these 2 display setups easily, (resolution changes, single to dual monitor changes, and have the DVI output(s) switch between the different setups).
I looked into buying a DVI Y splitter, which I thought would duplicate a signal of the DVI to two different outputs, but after research, I've found that DVI Y splitters are meant for special video cards that can display dual DVI outputs through a single DVI output. I'm not sure if my video card supports this (or how to check if it does) but since it already has 2 DVI outputs then I would assume it doesn't support it (is that a good assumption?).
I guess I'm really looking for a backwards kvm-ish switch (but I don't need the k[keyboard] or m[mouse]) which takes DVI output(s) and splits and activates the one I have selected (A for LCD, and B for dual 19" monitors). It would be nice if this switch came with some software which would switch the display setting on the fly in windows XP so that the different resolution, and single to dual monitor setup problem would be solved.
Does anyone have a suggestion to solve my problem, or know of a device I have described above?