Duet Display and iPad Pro

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Davide Bertolini
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Duet Display and iPad Pro

Postby Davide Bertolini » Wed Feb 06, 2019 14:21


anyone using an iPad Pro as a second monitor on location with Duet Display?
Configurations: both Pyramix Masscore on PC (windows 7, Pyramix 9) and Pyramix Native on a MacBook Pro (windows 10, latest Pyramix).
Mainly interested in display, but touch screen would be an extra bonus.



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Re: Duet Display and iPad Pro

Postby yaveresivoy » Wed Mar 27, 2019 12:48

Hi! Which model of MacBook Pro are your using? I’ve tried with late 2012 but it didn’t work

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Re: Duet Display and iPad Pro

Postby charlienyc » Thu Mar 28, 2019 20:43

I've been doing it successfully with a Native system on PC. Win10, Native v11.5, iPad gen 3 (old and otherwise nearly useless!).
2x MassCore v11.0.6 Win7/64 i5-3450
3x Horus for 72 In / 24 out in PCM
Native V11 Win10/64 Xeon 3520 2.67GHz RME HDSP MADI
Native V11 Win10/64 ThinkPad P51 i7-7700HQ w/Hapi, iFi iDSD nano
Native V11 Win10 Bootcamp Mac Mini i5-4278U

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Re: Duet Display and iPad Pro

Postby Perfect Record » Thu Mar 28, 2019 21:01

Amazon was sending me ads a couple months back for a very compact 15" monitor which looks to be aimed at video producers. No bulky stand. It's in a form factor much like an iPad, but much cheaper.

If memory serves, it was from Asus. Worth a search. I'd love to have one for location work, as I can slip it in the same bag as my MacBook pro.