Hello; I know less than zero about computers. An associate has been working with Q-Lab for some years but, being a PC person, has been using "MultiPlay" of late. "Multiplay" is adequately providing for audio needs but video not so much. Ideally it's desired to use one video output to drive a monitor listing audio and video cues along with control icons while the second output is driving only images to the projector minus all evidence of control info'. I'm well aware of @dbaxter 's work. At the moment we're hoping to hear from a "MultiPlay" user. Perhaps @ruinexplorer or @Amiers ?? Here's a cut 'n paste from a recent e-mail with further details. Toodleoo! Ron Hebbard. There's that e-mail: I am looking for more sophisticated methods to control the video elements of MultiPlay. I am using a PC desktop computer with two video outputs, one for the monitor and one for a projector. I am able to load and play “AVI” video clips, using the “Insert Video Cue” icon (MP4 video clips will load but NOT play). I am able to load and play “JPG/picture” files and “Paint/image” files, using the “Insert Video Cue” icon (Power Point files will NOT load). Are there any other formats I can use for: “video clips” or “image files”? I stop the video cues using the “Insert Control Cue” icon. Is there any way to fade in and fade out “image” files (i.e. the same way Power Point brings slides In and Out)?