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audio split between two hdmi tvs

Hello

i need to know if its possible to split different audio on two different screens usinga windows device using nvidia gtx1050 cards
its two different contents being displayed on two screens , but the audio from both screens seesm to only come form one screen
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Moved to HTPC as it seems to be the best section for this question.

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if you are using one computer to process both videos and send hdmi to 2 tvs


unless you have some sort of aftermarket special sound card, or multiple sound cards, im pretty sure the audio will be combined no matter what.


one of the things i dont like about windows is all the sound is together and cant be separated,
you can only change the output device, not change audio going to different output devices.


maybe someone will come along with a simple solution but thats the way i have always known it to be.
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It's possible - just set your video playback software to use different output devices. There is only one windows mixer, so the audio can only be sent to one device, but if you're bitstreaming or other, most video players can open exclusively and this will send just that video audio to a specific audio device.
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