Windows 7 sound output question

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Found 3rd Jan 2009
When I used to have Vista it was a simple case of opening one bit of software and then changing the default audio output on control panel.

What I am trying to say is that I want to use sound on my dual screens each with its own sound i.e if I play a movie on screen 1 I want the built in speakers to have the sound of the movie.

On screen 2 I may want a game with its own audio output.

Is there any simple way of doing this? As I say I got it working with Vista as it only changed the sound output for software not in use i.e so as long as I had the movie on and didnt close the player it outputted fine.

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Use a music/video player with the ability to select an output source. Unfortunately most game developers are about ten years behind the times so you won't find many games that'll let you choose.
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